The operator of the Universal Studios Japan theme park in Osaka is planning to list in Tokyo as early as September, people with knowledge of the deal said.
American companies looking to do deals abroad are finding a welcome tailwind: a strong U.S. dollar.
Aston Martin, the maker of cars famously driven by James Bond, wants to reposition itself as a luxury lifestyle brand with greater appeal to women.
Toshiba’s accounting issues could be the setback the company needs to clean up its broader portfolio of businesses.
The yuan is now the region’s leading currency for doing business with China, trumping the Japanese yen and the Hong Kong dollar.
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Investors are pouring money into upscale youth hostels, betting the next big market in hospitality will be the scruffy, cost-conscious backpacking crowd.
Apple Inc. will likely issue the company’s first yen-denominated bonds in June, in the latest of several moves to take advantage of rock-bottom interest rates in some non-U.S. markets.
European stocks rose, shrugging off declines in the U.S. and Asia, while the euro steadied as tensions eased around the Greek situation.
The criminal trial of the alleged mastermind of a vast interest-rate-rigging scandal began, with prosecutors describing former bank trader Tom Hayes as dishonest and greedy.