Japanese giant Olympus has dropped to new lows in recent times, mainly because of the false reporting of accounts that made it one of the biggest and longest-running loss-hiding arrangements in Japanese corporate history. The company has failed to shake off its negative perception since then, and I am quite sure that the top management too, are having a hard time trying to win back the public’s confidence in their corporation. Perhaps all of the stress proved too much to handle, as Tsutomu Omori, the head of the medical equipment business, was reported to have hung himself from a park boundary wall in Gurgaon, where it is located just outside of New Delhi, in what is most probably a clear cut suicide case. Omori is just 49, and he leaves his family behind to mourn his death. Police have managed to recover a couple of suicide notes that were written in Japanese, with one directed at Omori’s family, while the other mentioned “I am sorry for bothering you.” It is disheartening to hear news such as this, but perhaps there is another way out from extremely difficult moments in life that do not require such drastic measures?
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