tokyo broadcasting system
(9401:Tokyo Stock Exchange)
Honorary Chairman and Representative Director,Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc.
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 49 board members in 4 different organizations across 4 different industries.|
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Mr. Hiroshi Inoue served as the President of Tokyo Broadcasting System Inc. of Tokyo Electron Ltd. since June 2002. Mr. Inoue served as the President of Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc. since June 2002. Mr. Inoue served as Managing Director of Tokyo Broadcasting System, Incorporated since June 1996 and Senior Managing Director since June 1997. He served as Vice President of Tokyo Broadcasting System, Incorporated since June 2001. He served as the Chairman of ...
5-3-6 AkasakaPhone: 81 3 3746 1111
Tokyo, -- 107-8006
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Vice President of the Board
Honorary Chairman and Representative Director
External Corporate Director and Chairman of the Board of Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings Inc
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