The glaring need for creators has fueled investor expectations for local startup Yappli Inc., which designs off-the-shelf apps.
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With U.S. partners seeking out suppliers from friendlier nations, vendors in the close U.S. ally suddenly seem a lot more attractive to carriers around the world upgrading their networks.
Yuta Tsuruoka's Base Inc. has been a beneficiary of a rally in small-cap technology stocks in Japan as retail investors sought to pick winners in the pandemic.
With shares up almost 25% since its last earnings, all eyes will be on its performance in the latest quarter when it announces results Oct. 30.
While TKP shares are still down 43 percent for the year, they have jumped 165 percent from their March trough as investors look for a rebound.
AI inside Inc. has ambitious plans to expand outside Japan and into other business lines.
When the coronavirus pandemic sent shares plunging, you didn’t have to be a professional investor to spot a buying opportunity. In fact, it might be better if you weren’t. The can’t-miss rise of equity markets around Asia is fueling the explosion of interest among retail ...
Surging interest in ventilation and how air conditioners can curb the coronavirus is doing wonders for the company's stock price.
Chugai Pharmaceutical is now Japan's biggest drug company by market value after overtaking Daiichi Sankyo and Takeda Pharmaceutical.
Keyence is famed for its dizzying profitability with an operating profit margin of more than 50 percent, among the country’s highest.