Toyota Motor Corp. outsold General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG for a third straight quarter, helped by rising demand in Japan and China.
H.I.S. Co.’s Dutch-themed amusement park along Japan’s southwestern coast is considering buying a deserted offshore island in an expansion to boost its appeal as a possible site for a casino resort.
Japan’s effort to set up a natural gas exchange may be hampered by the lack of a pipeline network across the country, according to a government subcommittee.
Sharp Corp.’s bond risk, the highest among Japanese credit-default swaps, is falling as the supplier of displays for iPhones takes steps that may allow a return to the bond market for the first time since 2009.
Osaka Gas Co., Japan’s second- biggest city-gas distributor, is seeking another U.S. gas asset even after losing money on a similar investment.
Osaka, Japan’s third-biggest metropolis, plans to sell the city’s 81-year-old subway operator in an initial public offering to lure private investment after ceding ground to Tokyo.
Sharp Corp., a supplier of displays for Apple Inc.’s iPhone and iPad, fell the most in more than 10 months after the company said it’s considering ways to increase capital.
Japan Exchange Group Inc. scrapped a plan to adopt tougher disclosure rules, saying the nation’s companies are getting better at communicating with investors.
Sharp Corp. plans to increase capital through a public share offering in the fiscal year ending March 2015, the Asahi newspaper reported today.
Sony Corp. is considering a recall of the Vaio Fit 11A notebook computer because of a problem of overheating on a battery supplied by a unit of Panasonic Corp.
Osaka Exchange to List ETFs for Start-Ups