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Japan investigators raid Dentsu in widening Olympic probe

Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at Dentsu, has been arrested four times in recent months on charges of receiving bribes from various sponsors. → Read More

Japan investigators raid Dentsu in widening Olympic probe

Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at Dentsu, has been arrested four times in recent months on charges of receiving bribes from various sponsors. → Read More

Japan investigators raid Dentsu in widening Olympic probe

Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at Dentsu, has been arrested four times in recent months on charges of receiving bribes from various sponsors. → Read More

Japan investigators raid Dentsu in widening Olympic probe

Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at Dentsu, has been arrested four times in recent months on charges of receiving bribes from various sponsors. → Read More

Japan investigators raid Dentsu in widening Olympic probe

Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at Dentsu, has been arrested four times in recent months on charges of receiving bribes from various sponsors. → Read More

Global shares mixed as investors eye China virus crisis

Global shares mixed as investors eye China virus crisis → Read More

Global shares rise on Fed rate hopes despite China worries

Global shares rise on Fed rate hopes despite China worries → Read More

Japan’s economy shrinks as consumers hold back on spending

TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese economy contracted at an annual rate of 1.2% in the July-September quarter, as consumption declined amid rising prices. Seasonally adjusted real gross domestic product for the world’s third-largest economy shrank 0.3% on-quarter, according to government Cabinet Office data released Tuesday. The annual rate shows how the economy would have grown […] → Read More

Asian benchmarks mixed as markets eye COVID, inflation risks

TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mixed in Monday trading as momentum faded from last week’s rally on Wall Street amid varied sentiments about coronavirus restrictions easing in China and global interest rate increases. Benchmarks fell in Japan and South Korea, while rising in China. Analysts say some investors are being cheered by signs inflation […] → Read More

Asian benchmarks mixed as markets eye COVID, inflation risks

TOKYO — Asian shares were mixed in Monday trading as momentum faded from last week’s rally on Wall Street amid varied sentiments about coronavirus restrictions easing in China and global interest rate increases. Benchmarks fell in Japan and South Korea, while rising in China. Analysts say some investors are being cheered by signs inflation is […] → Read More

Nintendo counting on forays beyond video games to boost fans

TOKYO (AP) — Nintendo hopes to leverage a new Super Mario movie, various merchandising... → Read More

Nintendo’s profit climbs on Switch machine, software sales

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese video game maker Nintendo recorded a 34% surge in its profit in the first half of the fiscal year on strong sales of products for its Switch console like “Splatoon 3,” a paint-shooting game, the company said Tuesday. That prompted the maker of Pokemon and Super Mario games to raise its […] → Read More

Americans convicted in Japan on Ghosn’s escape return home

TOKYO (AP) — An American father and son convicted in Japan on charges of helping Nissan former Chairman Carlos Ghosn escape to Lebanon, hiding in a box, have been returned to the U.S., their lawyer said Tuesday. Michael Taylor, a former Green Beret, was sentenced in July last year in Tokyo District Court to two […] → Read More

Asian stocks mostly rise as markets watch China, inflation

TOKYO — Asian stocks advanced Monday as investors weighed uncertainties such as the U.S. mid-term elections and China’s possible moves to ease coronavirus restrictions. Oil prices fell. China reported its trade shrank in October as global demand weakened and anti-virus controls weighed on domestic consumer spending. Exports declined 0.3% from a year earlier, down from […] → Read More

Asian stocks mostly rise as markets watch China, inflation

Asian stocks mostly rise as markets watch China, inflation → Read More

Wall Street swings as big gains evaporate after jobs data

NEW YORK — Stocks are bouncing between gains and losses Friday as Wall Street struggles with what to make of the latest reading on the U.S. jobs market and what it means for interest rates and the odds of a recession. The S&P 500 was 0.3% higher in afternoon trading after seeing an earlier gain […] → Read More

Husband of ex-Japanese princess passes New York bar exam

TOKYO (AP) — The man who married a former Japanese princess has passed the New York bar exam, defying detractors back home who had criticized their romance. Kei Komuro’s name is on the list of those who passed the July New York state bar exam, which was posted Friday on The New York State Board […] → Read More

Husband of ex-Japanese princess passes New York bar exam

TOKYO (AP) — The man who married a former Japanese princess has passed the New York bar exam, defying detractors back home who had criticized their romance. Kei Komuro’s name is on the list of those who passed the July New York state bar exam, which was posted Friday on The New York State Board […] → Read More

Bribes scandal continues to sully Tokyo Olympic legacy

On Wednesday, a former advertising executive at the centre of a widening scandal tied to Olympic sponsorships was arrested for the fourth time on suspicion of… → Read More

Asian shares decline as markets keep eyes on China meeting

TOKYO — Asian shares were mostly lower Monday as investors kept their eyes on the weeklong Communist Party congress in China. Benchmarks dropped in Tokyo, Sydney, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai in early trading. Oil prices and U.S. futures rose. The meeting in China, which opened Sunday, is expected to reappoint Xi Jinping as leader […] → Read More