Mariko Iwasaki is a London-based reporter focused on covering the technology sector in Europe and Asia. Prior to joining The Street, Iwasaki covered Japan’s major banks at Bloomberg News in Tokyo.
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The World's Largest Steel Maker Expects 'Robust' Buying from U.S., One Key Emerging Market
The world's largest steelmaker said it expects demand to expand in 2017.
Infineon Shares Fall Sharply After U.S. Authorities Flag Wolfspeed Purchase
Infineon Technologies shares plunged Thursday after it expressed concern that its acquisition of Wolfspeed from Cree will collapse following a warning by U.S. authorities.
Nissan Reports Profit Drop on Stronger Yen, Weak Domestic Sales
The maker of the Leaf and Note models kept its full-year outlook unchanged, unlike rivals Toyota and Honda.
SoftBank's Son Challenges Traditional Businesses With New Tech Fund
The $100 billion tech fund will in principle invest 20% to 40% in businesses for a meaningful period, Masayoshi Son says.
SoftBank Doubles 9-Month Profit; Hails Ongoing Sprint Turnaround
SoftBank said its nine-month profit doubled from last year as the Japanese wireless carrier enjoyed boosts from its domestic broadband business and noted a turnaround at U.S. Sprint.
Japan's Abe Heads to The Links With Trump Hoping Trade Surplus Doesn't Spoil The Good Walk
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit President Donald Trump later this week with the ink of details of his country's rising trade surplus with the United States barely dry.
Investors Are Flocking to Nokia Because It May Soon Unveil a New $900 Smartphone
Here's what has Wall Street abuzz on Nokia.
Apple Supplier AMS Jumps on Robust Growth Outlook
The maker of sensor chips expects the newly acquired Heptagon business to start contributing from mid-2017.
SoftBank Expected to Book Surging Profit Growth on ARM Purchase, Sprint Turnaround
SoftBank should report surging profit growth Wednesday as the Japanese telecom-to-internet group enjoys boosts from a newly acquired chip unit as well as a turnaround in its U.S. wireless unit.
Toyota Lifts Earnings Outlook on Weaker Yen, Higher Sales Forecasts
The Japanese automaker expects to benefits from a weaker yen and has lifted its sales volume forecast.