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North Korea's chief negotiator denounced U.S.-South Korean air combat drills and threatened to halt all talks with the South unless its demands are met.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.3 hit eastern Japan on Thursday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
Japan is considering slapping tariffs on U.S. exports worth $409 million in retaliation against steel and aluminium import tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump, public broadcaster NHK said on Thursday.
Grady Summers of FireEye says cyber criminals remain in the market for stolen data despite the cheap prices.
Sung-Yoon Lee, an expert on the Koreas, says North Korea may never end its nuclear program. Instead, he predicts the country is simply trying to draw out the negotiation process.
This humanoid robot, RoBoHoN, wants to be a companion for humans in Japan. CNBC tested it out in Tokyo.
Michael Spencer of Deutsche Bank said that Japan's fourth quarter growth had been strong, and dip in consumer spending was expected.
Japan's economy shrank at an annualized rate of 0.6 percent in January-March, contracting for the first time in nine quarters, government data on Wednesday showed.
Vivek Vaidya of Frost & Sullivan says the alliance between Nissan, Mitsubishi and Renault will need to consolidate their platforms over "the next few years."
Nicholas Smith of CLSA says earnings in Japan managed to beat analysts' consensus by approximately 0.7 percent despite the yen's recent strengthening.
J.P. Morgan said 5G is still in development — and it's too early for its impact to be factored into analysts' forecasts.
Nissan Motor announced the company and its automaking partner Renault SA were considering options to ensure the existing alliance will survive beyond its current leadership.
Weaned from using a key, drivers have left cars running in garages, spewing exhaust into homes. Despite years of deaths, regulatory action has lagged.
Japan Airlines is launching a low-cost carrier offering medium to long-haul flights, aiming to tap growing Asian demand for budget air travel.
Xerox said it was ending a planned $6.1 billion deal with Fujifilm and had reached a settlement with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.
Declining housing investments and sluggish consumption in Japan are likely to weigh on the country's economic growth this year, says Sayuri Shirai of Keio University and a former board member of the Bank of Japan.