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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Naoki Shibata
"The biggest difference between Silicon Valley and Japan is when I hack something in Japan, I'll be punished first," Shibata said of making unscripted modifications. "But in Silicon Valley, when I hack something, I will be encouraged to do more."
"I wanted a global company from the first moment," he said. "If you want to reach a global market, then you have to start from Silicon Valley."