Tokyo, Japan - Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation today announced that it has acquired the network virtualization technology developer Mido Holdings Ltd. by signing a share transfer agreement with the shareholders of Mido Holdings and completing the transfer of shares. Consequently, Mido Holdings has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Semiconductor Solutions.
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Swiss bank UBS and Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings will form an asset-management joint venture that will target wealthy Japanese individuals seeking global investment opportunities, Nikkei has learned.
Japan's national medical insurance system was given the go-ahead on Wednesday to cover leukemia treatment using expensive Kymriah from Swiss drugmaker Novartis.
Eight teams from Japan and overseas participated in an electric wheelchair race in Kawasaki on Sunday, competing along a challening course.
Takeda Pharmaceutical on Thursday said it will sell its dry-eye drug business to Swiss rival Novartis for up to $5.3 billion.
Japan's leading provider of conference rooms is paying approximately 50 billion yen ($446 million) to jump into the shared office market, an intensely competitive industry now that venture capital companies like SoftBank Group are putting billions of dollars into startups like WeWork of the U.S.
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on Monday hosted a group of students from the Tohoku region to discuss its recovery from the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster, as well as preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
The world’s largest food company Nestle SA is expanding its ruby chocolate range a year after the pink Kitkat became a viral sensation in Asia.
YXLON International, a division of the Swiss Comet Group, have today announced a collaboration with the Japanese company Nagoya Electric Works (NEW). The collaboration includes the development and distribution of specialized X-ray systems for the semiconductor industry.
With leaders from around the world as her audience, a young Japanese woman from Kamikatsu, Tokushima Prefecture, spoke about her small town’s “zero waste” initiatives, urging the globally influential audience to act to change society.