Jul 29, 2015

Scandal-hit Toshiba eyes retaining Muromachi as president

Toshiba Corp. is looking at the possibility of retaining temporary President Masashi Muromachi when it appoints its new management team next month as it regroups following an accounting scandal, according to company sources. Muromachi, who is also Toshiba chairman, tentatively took over the presidency ...

British peer quits House of Lords over cocaine and sex sting

Jul 28, 2015

British peer quits House of Lords over cocaine and sex sting

A member of the upper chamber of Britain’s Parliament resigned Tuesday, apologizing for causing “pain and embarrassment” after he was filmed allegedly snorting cocaine during sessions with sex workers. John Sewel — whose title is Lord Sewel — caved in to pressure, telling parliamentary ...

Jul 27, 2015

Jiji Press disciplines reporter over Okinawa remarks

The Jiji Press news agency decided Monday to take disciplinary measures for employees over inappropriate remarks made by one of its reporters in connection with the Futenma base relocation plan in Okinawa Prefecture. The company decided to suspend the unnamed 47-year-old male employee, who ...

Jul 25, 2015

Muromachi to lead Toshiba recovery

Toshiba Corp. plans to have interim chief Masashi Muromachi relinquish the title of chairman to focus on the role as president, informed sources told Jiji Press. Muromachi will lead an effort to recover from the accounting scandal that rocked the industrial and electronics company. ...

New inquiry into Clinton emails fuels political questions

Jul 25, 2015

New inquiry into Clinton emails fuels political questions

A new letter by federal intelligence investigators says secret U.S. government information may have been compromised in Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private server, underscoring an inescapable reality for her presidential campaign: Email is forever. Clinton, the former secretary of state and now the leading Democratic ...