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Sprint starts mobile partnership talks with 2 US cable TV providers

SoftBank unit also set to continue merger talks with T-Mobile US

  • Toshiba could ink memory unit deal Tuesday

    Western Digital still opposed, leaving chance of renegotiation

  • Taiwan welcomes investment in offshore wind power: premier

    Island sharpening focus to aid shift away from the atom

  • Toyota-backed fund invests in Israeli auto chip venture

    Autotalks raises $40m from multiple investors

  • Aiwa brand revived by Japanese contract manufacturer

    Towada Audio purchases dormant audiovisual products maker from Sony

  • Company in focus

    Maybe Masayoshi Son's successor will be AI

    With $93bn to invest, SoftBank founder's timing must be impeccable

  • Itochu banks on P2P lending in Indonesia

    Trading house to invest $50m in local fintech startup

  • PanaHome faces lawsuit as Panasonic plans full takeover

    Hong Kong's Oasis says bid hurts minority interests

  • SK Hynix involvement complicates top Toshiba chip bid

    Past incident raises specter of tech leaks; Western Digital fumes over peer's role

  • Alipay brings rewards to Japan's Lawson

    Points can be redeemed at convenience chain's Chinese, Japanese locations

  • Japan trio to develop small-jet engines with Pratt & Whitney

    Mitsubishi Heavy, partners see demand for better fuel efficiency

  • Japan Post weighs its options following failed takeover bid

    Nomura Real Estate deal falls through, forcing a return to the company's roots

  • Rio Tinto taps Yancoal for Australian coal assets over Glencore

    Chinese miner beat Swiss trader's last-minute bid by restructuring payments

  • Chinese investor to buy 60% share of Parma

  • Daikin set to buy Australian A/C maintenance company

    Japanese manufacturer sees repairs, inspections as key to growth

  • Japan fund seeks majority stake in Toshiba Memory to protect tech

    Government-led consortium's proposal would give foreign members veto power

  • Toshiba prioritizes Japan-led alliance on memory unit sale

    Non-binding decision, but company aims for 'definitive agreement' by June 28

  • Western Digital lawsuit hangs over Toshiba sale

    Outlook for compromise between embittered partners still unclear

  • Toshiba weighs memory bid from alliance of Japan, US, South Korea

    Board debates Wednesday whether to favor group including Bain, possibly SK Hynix

  • Mitsui to buy US biopesticide company

    Trading house sets sights on green alternatives to farm chemicals