A former Deutsche Bank salesman’s admission in a Japanese court that he bribed a pension fund executive with lavish entertainment could attract the attention of prosecutors in other countries.
Japanese-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has given up plans to rebuild the company and has now filed for liquidation, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Japan international has had a slow start to life in Italy, but netted in the Rossoneri’s 2-1 win over Genoa on Monday night.
Natixis SA, the investment-banking arm of France’s second-largest bank by branches, plans to increase employees at its Japanese unit by 50% as part of efforts to boost revenue from abroad.
Masayoshi Son, the man behind Japan's leading internet venture Softbank, is the country's wealthiest individual with a net worth of $19 billion, according to Forbes.
Rise to 13,350 centenarians in 2012 attributable to better medical treatments, housing, nutrition and living standards, says ONS
MtGox, the defunct bitcoin exchange, has re-opened the ability to login to its site, but only to the extent of letting users see the balance in their wallets.
The Japanese cabinet is to consider how best to apply the country’s existing laws to bitcoin – with a view to taxing the currency.
Eight months of price rises suggest Japan is shaking off deflation, but analysts fear the country is still not getting the right kind of inflation.
Bitcoin is here to stay, despite a little hiccup in Japan.
We look at the route that Japan, Australia, Iran and South Korea have taken on their way to Brazil in 2014, with former Manchester United assistant Carlos Queiroz and current player Shinji Kagawa both booking their places via the Asia qualifying section.
Keisuke Honda put in a mesmerizing performance for Japan at the Confederations Cup to re-announce himself on the world stage.