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Dec 16, 2020
Seagulls deny Frontiers on final play of X Bowl to return to X League summit
The Obic Seagulls made their long-awaited return to the X League summit Tuesday night, knocking off the league's current dynasty.
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BUSINESS / FOCUS
Dec 11, 2020
U.S. crackdown on Huawei hands Japan a 5G lifeline
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.
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BUSINESS / Markets
Dec 3, 2020
Fujitsu president given 50% pay cut over Tokyo Stock Exchange outage
Takahito Tokita will see his earnings slashed for four months as a result of the bourse's one-day outage in October.
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BUSINESS / Markets / FOCUS
Dec 1, 2020
Tokyo bourse outage exposes need for investment in human resources
The TSE has admitted its procedures for resuming trading were inadequate as it had not taken into account a glitch that would require a total system reboot.
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BUSINESS
Nov 30, 2020
TSE president to step down after trading outage in October
The glitch was the worst since 1999, depriving investors of trades worth around u00a53 trillion as government sought to boost the nation as an Asian trading hub.
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Nov 23, 2020
Fujitsu Frontiers secure eighth straight trip to Japan X Bowl
The Frontiers sealed a 34-3 victory Sunday over the Elecom Kobe Finies in their regular-season finale.
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BUSINESS / Markets
Oct 16, 2020
Tokyo bourse compiles system failure report for financial watchdog
The bourse suspended all trading Oct. 1, the only time such an incident has occurred since 1999 when its trading system was fully computerized.
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BUSINESS / Markets
Oct 5, 2020
Tokyo bourse blames setting error for glitch, sets up outside panel
The bourse said that at this point, it does not plan to seek compensation from Fujitsu.
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BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 5, 2020
Fujitsu chief apologizes for Tokyo Stock Exchange glitch, vows probe
The system failure 'shook confidence in the Japanese financial system,' Takahito Tokita admitted.
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BUSINESS / Markets
Oct 1, 2020
Tokyo trading halted due to hardware failure
Trading was suspended from the start of the morning session at 9 a.m., and the exchange is preparing to resume trading Friday by restarting the overall system.
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BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 6, 2020
Fujitsu to halve office space in push for remote work amid pandemic
The tech giant is making flexibility a priority so it can get more of its 80,000 employees in Japan to telecommute and stay safe.
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BUSINESS / Tech
Jun 29, 2020
Japan to aid firms working on next-gen 5G in bid to catch up with China
The 5G technology will enable the transmission of large amounts of data at extremely high speeds.
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JAPAN
Jun 23, 2020
Need for speed: Fugaku, Japan's new supercomputer, ranked fastest in world
The supercomputer, named Fugaku after Mount Fuji, also took the top spot in three other categories that measured performance.
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BUSINESS / Tech
Jun 20, 2020
Fujitsu brings hand-washing AI to COVID-19 fight in Japan
The artificial intelligence program was developed based on thousands of hand-washing patterns that can help it detect when people aren't using soap.
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BUSINESS
Feb 18, 2020
Fujitsu gets Japan's first preliminary local 5G license
Japan's communications ministry on Tuesday gave major electronics maker Fujitsu Ltd. the country's first preliminary license to build a local fifth-generation, or 5G, communications network.
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BUSINESS / Tech
Feb 18, 2020
Lawson shows off experimental automated convenience store
Lawson Inc. unveiled for the media Tuesday an experimental checkout-free convenience store that will allow customers to make purchases using a smartphone app.
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BUSINESS / FOCUS
Feb 12, 2020
Japan's efforts to raise wages wane as firms embrace merit-based pay
More Japanese companies are shifting to merit-based pay as competition for workers heats up, but the change risks holding back the sort of blanket wage hikes the prime minister says are needed to inflate the economy.
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BUSINESS
Jan 30, 2020
Japan firms delay restarting China operations after holiday as virus spreads
Japanese companies with a foothold in China are delaying their plans to restart operations suspended due to the Lunar New Year holiday in the country, amid the spread of a new strain of coronavirus originating in Wuhan in the Chinese province of Hubei.
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Jan 3, 2020
Fujitsu Frontiers rout Kwansei Gakuin University for fourth straight Rice Bowl title
The Fujitsu Frontiers had no intention of spoiling the last game for Kwansei Gakuin University Fighters head coach Hideaki Toriuchi. The defending champions, however, were not ready to become the first X League title holder since 2009 to give away the Rice Bowl crown to its collegiate opponent.
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BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 23, 2019
Japan's electronics makers break the bank to woo talented AI engineers
Electronics makers are revising pay scales to attract competent engineers, including by throwing salaries of more than ¥10 million per year at recruits fresh out of college.

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