Chairman Shigenobu Nagamori says it was naive of him to bring in someone from outside and appoint that person as successor, sources say.
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Spending approved this week should be just the start of its efforts to reverse decades of decline, says Tetsuro Higashi, the leading chip expert advising the Kishida administration.
On top of inflated base cargo fees fueled by high demand, batteries shipped via air incur extra handling charges because they’re a fire hazard.
The invention by two Panasonic Corp. engineers is designed to help people with swallowing difficulties.
The pair rejected the conclusions of a 139-page report by a law firm that determined the firm had worked with Japan’s trade ministry to prevent shareholders from exercising their rights.
The EUV process unlocks today’s smallest-scale designs, enabling more powerful and efficient microprocessors, referred to as logic chips in the industry.
The focus of acquisitions will be the United States and Europe, while expansion in Asia can come from organic growth, Chief Executive Officer Takayuki Morita has said.
Nagamori recently told his senior managers that they need to do more to boost Nidec’s business performance
When the Tokyo Paralympic Games came to a close on Sunday, many athletes had managed to get to the finish line, some with medals, thanks to technology from Japan’s largest firms.
Resistance from within Japan, China and Kioxia's own management are among the challenges ahead.