Sprint Nextel Corp. will give private financial data to Dish Network Corp., letting the satellite carrier build a case for its $25.5 billion takeover offer.
The champagne used to flow at Heartland, the bar in Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills complex that drew bankers from the Japan headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. upstairs.
Google Inc. released images taken by its Street View service from the town of Namie, Japan, inside the zone that was evacuated after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in March 2011.
Samsung Electronics Co. has doubled mobile-phone sales in the U.S. since 2008. As the company faces anti-dumping measures and a protracted court battle with Apple Inc., its U.S. lobbying bill is growing even faster.
Sony Corp. will sell its entire stake in social-game website operator DeNA Co., the electronics maker’s fourth major asset sale this year as it tries to avoid a fifth straight annual loss.
In 2004, Kameyama, a town of 50,000 people in central Japan, boomed when Sharp Corp. started making liquid-crystal-display panels there.
Japan Inc. is coming back at the expense of Korea Inc.
Ringo Ng , chief financial officer of LJ International Inc., a Hong Kong-based jewelry maker, comments on the company’s prospects in China and the yuan. He spoke in a phone interview yesterday.
Toyota Motor Corp., the world’s biggest carmaker, was poised to rise in Tokyo trading after a report that the company will post a full-year operating profit.