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Keiko Erikawa, a self-made billionaire, founded Koei Tecmo with her husband and built it into one of Japan’s largest video-game developers over four decades #ForbesOver50 

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A self-made billionaire, Keiko Erikawa founded Koei Tecmo with her husband Yoichi and built it into one of Japan’s largest video-game developers over four decades. Learn more about Erikawa, who is on our #ForbesOver50  Asia list, here:

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Keiko Erikawa, a self-made billionaire, founded Koei Tecmo with her husband and built it into one of Japan’s largest video-game developers over four decades #ForbesOver50 

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Ferry Huang, owner of Glover Park’s popular Sushi Keiko, has officially opened a modern sushi bar at the new Western Market food hall in D.C.’s Foggy Bottom.

Opposition lawmakers in Peru, including from the party of narrowly defeated right-wing presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori, presented a motion in Congress on Thursday seeking to remove leftist President Pedro Castillo.

#AndinaEnglish Peru: Criminal proceedings against Keiko Fujimori to continue into intermediate stage

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If you’re in Atlanta, go see my friend Keiko’s new play

@KeikoMorris  of @WSJ  hired by @nytimes  as director of journalism recruiting:

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20 YEARS AFTER 9/11 | Keiko Sakai sees Islam, democracy as compatible FV8jfseEwh#September11 

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In Peru's presidential election, left-wing teacher and union leader Pedro Castillo has taken a lead against right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, daughter of ex-dictator Alberto Fujimori. "The difference is very big," says political scientist Carlos León Moya@contracultural ).

The peasant schoolteacher Pedro Castillo, who defeated Keiko Fujimori as an unabashedly socialist candidate, has been sworn in as the new president of Peru. PE

Political novice Pedro Castillo has been declared the winner of Peru's presidential election. Castillo, a school teacher whose supporters included Peru's rural poor, defeated right-wing opponent Keiko Fujimori by just 44,000 votes.

U.S. describes Peru’s contested presidential elections as “free, fair, accessible and peaceful,” contradicting claims made by right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori

Pedro Castillo, the candidate of the far-left Perú Libre party, appeared to eke out the narrowest of victories — a margin of less than 1 percent — over right-wing Keiko Fujimori, the daughter of Peru’s last strongman

With 99 percent of votes counted Peru's election, Pedro Castillo, a left-wing former teacher, leads Keiko Fujimori, the daughter of a former autocrat. But Ms. Fujimori's attempt to toss out thousands of votes is pushing Peruvian democracy to its limit.

The first official results from Peru's presidential elections gave a small lead to right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, but the election was too close to call as of early Monday.

Peruvian socialist Pedro Castillo overtakes right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori in the country's presidential election vote count, taking the lead in the official tally for the first time on the back of a late surge of rural votes

Thousands of Peruvians marched through the streets of Lima against Keiko Fujimori, the conservative candidate in upcoming presidential elections

WATCH: BGYO covers Keiko Necesario’s ‘While We Are Young’

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