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U.S. Ambassador Hagerty says China needs to change its behavior
William Hagerty, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, talks about the trade spat between the U.S. and China. He speaks at Bloomberg’s The Year Ahead Summit in Tokyo.
U.S. Marines missing in Japan after 'mishap'
Five U.S. Marines are missing following a still-unexplained mishap off the coast of Japan on Thursday involving two Marine Corps aircraft, which may have collided mid-air during a refueling exercise gone wrong, U.S. officials said.
South Korea orders Mitsubishi to pay WWII forced laborers
South Korea's top court has ruled that the Japanese group Mitsubishi should compensate individuals for their forced labor during World War II. Japan immediately retaliated, calling the ruling "totally unacceptable."
Nissan stood out for bad governance structures, Jefferies' Khan Says
Zuhair Khan, head of research at Jefferies Japan, talks about the dismissal of Carlos Ghosn as Nissan Motor chairman, and what it says about corporate governance in the country.
Renault is still in shock by Ghosn arrest, says CLSA's Richter
Christopher Richter, deputy head of Japan research at CLSA, discusses the surprise arrest of Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's shareholder structure and his outlook for the companies involved.
Uber bets on Japan, Germany and Argentina ahead of its IPO
Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on Uber Technologies Inc.'s global expansion plans ahead of its initial public offering.
Powerful typhoon approaches southern Japan
Trami has caused power outages in more than 30 towns.
Japan takes the first step toward asteroid mining
Tom Risen, Aerospace America reporter, discusses the future of asteroid mining with Bloomberg's Brad Stone on "Bloomberg Technology."
World's richest economies enjoy biggest pay raise in a decade
Workers in the world's richest countries are getting their biggest pay bump in a decade as companies seek to attract staff amid shrinking unemployment in the U.S., Japan and the Euro area.
China's plan to crack down on video-game usage
China’s regulators plan to curtail the number of online games and discourage play-time, part of a broader effort to tackle device addiction and other ills that sent shares reeling from the U.S. to Japan.
Death toll in Japanese flooding climbs to over 100
9 Jul 2018
Rescuers in Japan dig through mud and rubble, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that killed nearly 100, with dozens missing.
Soccer-Japan's oracle octopus boiled and butchered
4 Jul 2018
An octopus that successfully predicted all of Japan's World Cup group stage matches was boiled, butchered and sent away to be sold on June 27, according to the fisherman who originally caught the psychic cephalopod.