Shingo Ito

Nissan cuts forecast in first earnings since Ghosn arrest

It was Nissan's first earnings report since former chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested on November 19

UN stamps seal of approval on Japan’s reactor tests

The UN's nuclear watchdog gave its seal of approval to Japan's reactor safety checks, but said utilities should beef up plans for managing disasters.

Made in Japan, but it might not be for long

More firms face a tough choice over whether or not to move production in Japan overseas to escape the impact of the relentless rise of the yen.

Japan’s prime minister faces no-confidence vote

Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan, struggling with the nation's tsunami and nuclear disasters, on Thursday faced a no-confidence motion.

Doctors defy radiation woes in Japan’s Fukushima

When other doctors fled, 72-year-old Kyohei Takahashi stayed, and hundreds of patients in the town near a crippled nuclear plant will never forget.

Japan mulls reactor covers in nuclear crisis

Japan was on Wednesday weighing a series of creative solutions to its unfolding nuclear disaster.

Concern grows over Japan nuclear crisis

Concern over Japan's ability to contain its nuclear crisis grew on Thursday, as military helicopters dumped water on to an overheating power plant.

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