Sega Sammy to quit game arcade business in Japan

Business / Corporate Nov 5, 2020

Sega Sammy to quit game arcade business in Japan

Sega Sammy Holdings Inc. said Wednesday it will pull out of game arcade operations in Japan by the end of this year amid the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The Japanese company will sell an 85.1% stake in Sega Entertainment Co., a subsidiary that operates ...

Business Jun 24, 2014

Exec pay continues to reach new heights

by Atsushi Kodera

While Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn was raking in around ¥1 billion last year, executives at other listed companies in Japan were also making more money than ever amid the economic recovery. Executive pay for fiscal 2013 announced as of Monday showed that Hajime Satomi, chairman ...

Commentary Dec 10, 2011

Civil reawakening in Russia?

by Tina Burrett

It came as no surprise to Russian citizens that parliamentary elections held Dec. 4 were neither free nor fair. Elections in Russia have become increasingly managed since Vladimir Putin's first stint as prime minister in 1999. Even before Putin, under President Boris Yeltsin, elections were ...

Commentary Nov 24, 2011

U.S. lays out its Asia-Pacific plans

by Michael Richardson

The United States has set out more clearly than before how it plans to shape Asia-Pacific security and prosperity in the 21st century. The key question that countries in the region must now decide is the extent to which U.S. terms for long-term engagement ...

Commentary / World | SENTAKU MAGAZINE Oct 10, 2011

Tepco guarding its ground

Recent moves by Tokyo Electric Power Co. vis-a-vis Tepco's Management and Finance Investigation Committee, an independent government panel, show how the power company has tried to avoid being forced to sell large chunks of its assets. As part of its maneuvers, Tepco has insisted that ...