The last Terrie's Take of the year, a quick review of events that have shaped Japanese business in 2009.
According to Symantec, the spam-busting software company, 87 percent of all unsolicited email was spam...
The Wall Street Journal's new Japanese online edition launches on December 15th here in Tokyo.
The nation's leading seller of condominiums in Japan in 2007, filed for bankruptcy this last week...
A restaurant chain, Watami, is providing people with a way to enjoy themselves but at a much lower price than a year ago.
It's not just fast fashion that's beating the recession.
Is Japan unlikely to sink back into a double-dip recession?
Will Japan's mystifying piece of legislation actually improve safety? Or is it another piece of bureaucratic ridiculousness?
The market for titanium is glutted so Osaka Titanium has decided to expand its other major product line.
And how the clampdown will change things.
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