Meet the Japanese Billionaire Behind Fast Retailing

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March 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Matthew G. Miller reports on Japan’s richest man, Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Fast Retailing. Miller speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Billionaires managing editor matt miller.

We may not know a lot about him up we know a lot about his brand.


It is a massive retailer that has taken america and the world by storm.

Really looking to take on some of the world's biggest retailers.

If you look at hmm, on every block in new york city, he has really taken his brand and is trying to take it to america and buy up land and become a global retailer.

We know he took his father's tailor shop and built it into fast retailing.

Everything in-between is constantly looking at the little details.

If you going to the store, you can walk in front of a mirror and change the color.

Everything is down to the finest detail.

All his employees are well trained and spent a lot of time training and making the experience of going into a store really impressive and bring people back for a second or third time.

In a very japanese management sent, informed and focused on attention to detail.

The 41st richest person in the world.

Asia posses riches man, tell us, he had a dispute about how much he is worth in the press.

He did and then he did not.

He was on a conference call with reporters friday and said his net worth was 40% undervalued by foreign magazines.

The next they came out, he said what he was referencing was 10

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