Masaaki Tanaka, the president and CEO of a state-backed investment fund, said Monday he and eight other executives will resign following a dispute with the industry ministry over their remuneration, which the government called "too high." The resignation of all nine private-sector executives from Japan ...
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Japan decided on a policy Monday that will effectively exclude Chinese telecommunication equipment giants Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. from public procurement starting in April next year, the government said. The decision comes amid concerns about security breaches that have already prompted the United ...
The Japan Gymnastics Association announced Monday it has lifted the temporary suspension of two senior officials over the alleged harassment of 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympian Sae Miyakawa. The sport's governing body reinstated Chieko Tsukahara and her husband and association vice president Mitsuo Tsukahara after ...