Now in its 18th year, the Tokyo Game Show has seen out many revolutions in the games industry.
Sony will not pay a dividend for the first time in its 56-year history as a public company after it warned that troubles at its smartphone division will push it into an annual loss of more than ¥230bn (£1.3bn).
Microsoft's flagship consoles isn't doing well in Japan.
A push for growth in the US.
Mizuho Financial Group plans to encourage equity research analysts to become investment bankers as Japan’s third-largest banking group competes for business arranging share sales and advising on mergers.
Japan’s biggest banks are breaking tradition by promoting foreigners to top management roles to retain and lure overseas talent as growth abroad buoys profit.
Citigroup earned less from running a bank in Japan than its global chief executive officer’s salary last year, helping explain why the U.S. bank is considering selling the consumer business as Abenomics crushes loan returns.
Legg Mason has announced the acquisition of Martin Currie, an active international equity specialist based in the United Kingdom.
On the face of it, Formula One and the World Cup share very little in common.
Japan's economic growth was revised sharply higher in the first quarter, data on Monday showed, indicating the economy is in better shape than anticipated to weather a rise in the country's consumption tax.