If the government goes on with the Olympics even as circumstances don’t support it, some fear investors overseas will view Japan as incapable of dealing with emergencies.
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In corporate Japan, activist investors have gone from largely impotent onlookers to kingmakers in the space of just a few years.
Shares in Yoshio Tsuchiya’s Workman Co. have more than quadrupled since the start of 2018.
The Tokyo Games and a recently forged Asia trade pact will serve as some of the reasons for investors to seek Japan-specific exposure.
The central bank is going to continue with its current monetary easing to meet its objectives despite Abe’s resignation, according to people familiar with the matter.
Founder Masayoshi Son has made a career out of confounding his doubters, and analysts see plenty of upside to his company's share price despite all its recent troubles.
AI inside Inc. has ambitious plans to expand outside Japan and into other business lines.
Shareholder activists are saying they have more than enough cash to weather the coronavirus pandemic and boost shareholder returns.
Masayoshi Son had offered to buy Shunji Sugaya’s business idea for $2.8 million.
The coronavirus pandemic is yanking corporate Japan into the 21st century and raising the shares of Bengo4.com Inc.