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This article is about the company, but the infobox is about the newspaper. A cleanup and break out page is probably required, perhaps at Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc., and a ー社 added to the Japanese. Anyone have any thoughts on how to do this painlessly? - BanyanTree 21:55, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
I think it's clear that they're most notable for that newspaper. I think it could probably stay the way it is. -Theanphibian(talk • contribs) 14:47, 19 July 2007 (UTC)
This issue should be re-visited. Nikkei launched an English language publication, Nikkei Asian Review, which replaces both www.nni.nikkei.co.jp and e.nikkei.com/e. At first glance, the new website appears to be, basically, an English language version of www.nikkei.co.jp (which now redirects to www.nikkei.com). The redirect and the new English publication suggests a broader realignment of Nikkei Inc.'s publications. Also, note, there are now seven (7) redirect to this page:
Finally, as the article notes, the company itself is legally Nikkei Inc., so I would expect there to be a page under that name (or its formal name as is currently) which talks about the company formation, history, joint ventures (with, for example, McGraw Hill), etc. ... and separate page for its publications. That would remove some of the confusion. Alternately, keep as is, and change Infobox Newspaper to Infobox Company (maybe put Infobox Newspaper in section for each publication). Of course, review in context with the more recent realignment of its publications.
The logo displayed on the wiki page is squashed vertically. While the original logo is also quite squashed-looking, it's not as severe as that on the wiki. See below for comparison. Logo on Wikipedia: Logo on Nikkei's own site
Proposing a change to the logo with its correct proportions. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:01, 24 May 2017 (UTC) Non-registered user