"We would not be organizing the games if we believed they could cause a big spread of the virus,” said Andrew Parsons, the head of the International Paralympic Committee.
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The firm's former top lawyer says he endured retaliation, demotions and surveillance of his family after questioning the integrity of the investigation.
A fire at a semiconductor factory in Japan, cold weather in North America and ongoing competition for chips are all hitting the global auto industry at the same time.
Hari Nada, a senior vice president at the Yokohama-based company, was answering questions posed by the attorney representing Greg Kelly.
Sky Scape mimics a plane ascending and descending through clouds from sunrise to sunset, with no views of airports, cities or runways.
Nissan is exploring ways to sell some or all of its 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors.
The merger will help the Tokyo-based telecommunications giant keep up share buybacks and invest aggressively overseas, CEO Jun Sawada said in an interview Tuesday.
The documents show that a powerful group of insiders viewed his detention and prosecution as an opportunity to revamp Nissan’s relationship with Renault.
Michael Burry has vowed to stick with his long-term stock investments even as markets tumble on the coronavirus. The money manager who made his name betting against the securities that triggered the global financial crisis has been using the rout to add to holdings in ...
CEO Makoto Uchida promised to unveil a turnaround plan in May, on top of cutting more than 12,500 jobs amid decade-low profits and management turmoil caused by Carlos Ghosn’s 2018 arrest.