/ Jan 12, 2016

Sharp to seek additional financial assistance from creditor banks

Sharp Corp. is planning to ask its major creditor banks for ¥150 billion in additional assistance, in line with a rehabilitation plan under a government-backed corporation turnaround fund, sources said. Under the restructuring plan of the Innovation Network Corp. of Japan, the struggling electronics manufacturer ...

Another presidential first: Obama visits U.S. prison

/ Jul 17, 2015

Another presidential first: Obama visits U.S. prison

Barack Obama got a first-hand look at the U.S. criminal justice system Thursday, becoming the first sitting president to set foot inside a federal prison and meet with incarcerated men there. Obama's visit to the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution, a medium-security prison for male ...

/ Mar 4, 2015

Skymark to suspend Yonago route from September

Bankrupt Skymark Airlines Inc. said Wednesday it will suspend flights to and from Yonago Kitaro Airport in Tottori Prefecture from Sept. 1 as one measure of many to restore its financial health. The suspension will remain through Oct. 24, but no decision has been taken ...

/ Feb 23, 2015

ANA Holdings to help Skymark recover from bankruptcy

ANA Holdings Inc., parent of All Nippon Airways Co., said Monday it has notified bankrupt Skymark Airlines Inc. of its plan to take part in the struggling airline's restructuring. Its support may include a capital tie-up, joint purchase of jet fuel and code-sharing, ANA Holdings ...