News and Articles About Japan
Digital sales are on the decline in the country, while CD sales are still going strong.
Burger King Japan is rolling out a burger that's treated with bamboo charcoal to give its cheese and buns and unnaturally dark shade.
Talk about a pivot. Sanrio received a boatload of publicity yesterday with the revelation that Hello Kitty is not, in fact, a cat.
On trips abroad, the local customs, dress code and etiquette are often very different.
Mt. Gox isn't rising from the ashes after all and its customers will likely never see the hundreds of thousands of bitcoins the shattered exchange lost.
The two companies will have a combined user base of 500 million.
The struggling Japanese electronics maker is undergoing a costly restructuring.
A six-liter bottle of rare Macallan 'M' whisky became the most expensive bottle ever sold at an auction.
In a unanimous decision by its board of directors, the maker of Maker's Mark, Laphroaig Scotch whisky and Courvoisier is selling to Japanese beverage company Suntory.
Japan has reportedly offered to partially fund a magnetically levitating train that will slash the commute between Baltimore and Washington D.C. to a mere 15 minutes.
The latest cost of living survey from ECA International shows that China became more expensive in 2013 and Japan less so.
Music group Arcade Fire embraces new web technology for latest video, Japan looks to women to save its startup economy, the story behind iPhone's fingerprint technology. . . This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits.
The American Red Cross is just one of many outlets for entrepreneurs interested in helping out the people of Japan.
Small companies aren't just waiting for someone else to help out the people of Japan, they're championing the cause.
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