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IF THE United States is to regain its position in the global semiconductor industry, it may need help from bankers as much as engineers.
TOKYO (Reuters) - For one minute this week, workers at the Fukushima nuclear station fell silent to mark the 10-year anniversary of a natural disaster that triggered the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.
NAMIE, Japan (Reuters) - A decade after Japan's devastating nuclear meltdown, the governor of Fukushima hopes the prefecture can step out of the shadow of disaster and become a symbol for green energy, although some residents are sceptical.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Effissimo Capital Management has gained further backing in its push for a probe into Toshiba Corp, but big stakes built up by investors like BlackRock have raised questions over how much influence it and other activist shareholders will ultimately wield.
TOKYO: A Japanese fund backed by veteran activist investor Yoshiaki Murakami cancelled its offer for energy and environment firm Japan Asia Group (JAG), after pressuring private equity firm Carlyle Group to withdraw a competing bid last month.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp shareholders should vote in favour of a proposed independent investigation into allegations that investors were pressured ahead of last year's annual general meeting, an influential proxy adviser has recommended.
If your USB looks to have too much space to be true, and come at a very low price, it may just be a fake.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The start of Japan's Top League rugby union competition has been delayed due to COVID-19 outbreaks at several clubs, the league and Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU) said on Thursday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Kobe Steelers, the most recent winners of Japan's Top League, said on Thursday 10 people at the club had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the latest setback for the domestic rugby union competition due to start this weekend.
With a special SIM card and app, some China Telecom smartphone users in Anhui province can make phone calls protected by quantum encryption. The race to develop quantum technology could both threaten traditional encryption and lead to new, more secure forms of cryptography.