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Nikkei cuisine and where to find it

“Nikkei” just sounds like a word people are going to use wrong. You can almost hear a half dozen people sitting around a violet-lit table in some SoHo hotspot asking stuff like, “Is the octopus tonight Nikkei? Perhaps you could go back and ask the chef.” While the waiter looks on confused another chimes in, “Kylie ONLY eats Nikkei now. It’s like sushi, but lower-carb.” “And, like, all the fish has to be flown in from Peru,” says another. “And they mix it with six different kinds of pomegranat...
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US Tech Firms Fear China Could Be Spying On Them Using Power Cords, Report Says (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNBC: Fearing that China could be spying on them using power cords and plugs, several U.S. technology companies have asked their Taiwanese suppliers to shift production of some components out of the mainland, Nikkei Asian Review reported on Friday. The report cited unnamed executives from two Taiwanese companies: Lite-On Technology, a manufacturer of electronic parts, and Quanta Computer, a supplier of servers and data centers. Lite-On's clients include D...
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US Tech Firms Fear China Could Be Spying On Them Using Power Cords, Report Says

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNBC: Fearing that China could be spying on them using power cords and plugs, several U.S. technology companies have asked their Taiwanese suppliers to shift production of some components out of the mainland, Nikkei Asian Review reported on Friday. The report cited unnamed executives from two Taiwanese companies: Lite-On Technology, a manufacturer of electronic parts, and Quanta Computer, a supplier of servers and data centers. Lite-On's clients include D...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Washington, China, Nikkei, US, Tech, Taiwan, Beijing, Ibm, Cnbc, Quanta, Nikkei Asian Review, Quanta Computer, Lite On Technology, Dell EMC Hewlett Packard


Toyota warns could leave UK under no-deal Brexit: report

Toyota Europe's CEO has warned the firm could end production in Britain by 2023 if the country exits the European Union without a deal, the Nikkei business daily said Thursday. Speaking at the Geneva Motor Show, Johan van Zyl told reporters that "if the business environment becomes very, very difficult to operate," a withdrawal "should be on the agenda as well," the Nikkei said. A Toyota spokesman confirmed van Zyl's comments.
Tags: UK, News, Nikkei, European Union, Britain, Toyota, Geneva Motor Show, Toyota Europe, Zyl, Johan van Zyl


Nintendo to open its first official store located in Japan

Fourteen years after unveiling its first location in New York, Nintendo is finally opening an official store in Japan, too. Nintendo Tokyo will be located in Shibuya Parco, the new flagship of the Parco department store chain. Nintendo Tokyo is scheduled to open at the same time as the shopping center in fall. In an announcement, Nintendo said “we are preparing to make this store, which will be a new base for communicating Nintendo information in Japan, an enjoyable place for a wide range of ...
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Gaming, Japan, New York, Video Games, Nikkei, Tech, Nintendo, Rockefeller Center, Parco, Nintendo Tokyo, New York Nintendo, Shibuya Parco


Japan's Nikkei: Ghosn says arrest due to plot within Nissan

TOKYO (AP) — The major Japanese business newspaper Nikkei says Nissan's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn blames his arrest for alleged falsifying of financial reports and breach of trust on a "plot" by other executives at the Japanese... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Japan, Nikkei, Ap, Tokyo, Nissan, Ghosn, Carlos Ghosn


Asian markets gain after US suspends government shutdown

BANGKOK (AP) — Shares rose in Asia on Monday after President Donald Trump temporarily re-opened the U.S. government. Japan was the main regional outlier, as the Nikkei 225 index lost 0.5 percent to 20,759.48 with uncertainty over... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Asia, Business, Japan, Nikkei, US, Ap, Donald Trump, Bangkok


Apple's top manufacturer, Foxconn, has reportedly cut 50,000 seasonal jobs earlier than usual amid slowing iPhone demand

The iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has laid off 50,000 seasonal workers since October at its factory in China, according to a new report. Though the jobs were filled by temporary employees Foxconn hires under contract each year, the cuts were made much earlier than usual, sources told the Nikkei Asian Review. The cutbacks follow news Apple would reduce its iPhone production by about 10% in response to slowing sales. Apple's production slowdown has also led to employee cuts at other companies in t...
Tags: Apple, China, Nikkei, India, US, Trends, Wall Street Journal, Foxconn, Nikkei Asian Review, China Reuters, Pegatron, Daniel Ives, Foxconn Apple


Apple's top manufacturer, Foxconn, is reportedly cutting 50,000 seasonal jobs earlier than usual amid slowing iPhone demand

Top iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has let go 50,000 seasonal workers since October at its factory in China, according to a new report. Although these are temporary employees Foxconn hires under contract each year, these job cuts were made much earlier than usual, sources told the Nikkei Asian Review. These cutbacks follow news Apple would reduce its iPhone production by about 10% in response to slowing sales. Apple's production slowdown has not only affected Foxconn, but has also led to employee...
Tags: Apple, China, Nikkei, India, US, Trends, Wall Street Journal, Foxconn, Nikkei Asian Review, China Reuters, Pegatron, Daniel Ives, Foxconn Apple, Nikkei Asian Review These


U.K's Nuclear Future Fades as Hitachi Exit Follows Toshiba

The U.K. government has put atomic energy at the heart of its effort to attract 100 billion pounds ($130 billion) of investment to upgrade its aging reactors it needs to keep the lights on. Japanese conglomerate Hitachi Ltd. will halt work on the Wylfa project and take a one-time charge as negotiations with the British government over funding stalled, the Nikkei newspaper reported. After Toshiba Corp.’s withdrawal from its Moorside plant in November, it leaves the nation with just Electricite ...
Tags: Science, Nikkei, Hinkley Point, Toshiba Corp, Hitachi Ltd, Moorside, Hitachi Exit Follows Toshiba, Electricite de France SA


Apple is reportedly cutting iPhone production by 10% after one of the darkest weeks in its history

Apple is cutting iPhone production by 10% between January and March, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. It is reportedly the second time in two months that Apple has trimmed production plans. The revelation comes just a week after Apple shook global markets with its first earnings warning in nearly 17 years. Apple is cutting its production plan for new iPhones by about 10% between January and March, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Wednesday. The company late last month asked its suppli...
Tags: Apple, Steve Jobs, China, Nikkei, US, Trends, Tim Cook, Donald Trump, Wedbush, Nikkei Asian Review, Daniel Ives


Japanese stocks join global sell-off after Apple China warning

Japan's Nikkei index slumped on Friday, in the market's first day of trading following the New Year break.
Tags: Japan, Nikkei, Cnn, Apple China


Japan's Nikkei index slides amid US uncertainty

A fall in Japan's Nikkei index comes after Wall Street suffersthe worst Christmas Eve on record.
Tags: Japan, News, Nikkei, US


Tokyo stocks plunge in Christmas rout amid fears over US economy

Nikkei falls 5% as government shutdown in Washington spooks marketsTokyo stocks plunged on Tuesday as the few Asian markets open on Christmas Day suffered a holiday rout on fears about the US economy and a government shutdown in Washington.Tokyo markets, which were closed on Monday for a national holiday, plummeted at the open on Tuesday, with the Nikkei down more than 5% – over 1,000 points – shortly before the morning break. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, Japan, Washington, China, Nikkei, US, World news, Asia Pacific, Tokyo, WASHINGTON TOKYO


FTSE 100 hits fresh six-month low amid fears over trade, oil and rates – business live

It’s a very jittery start to the week amid the Khashoggi standoff, US-China trade tensions and concern about US borrowing costs. Follow all the action live Latest: FTSE falls againEuropean stocks hit 22-month lowSummary: Losses mount as Asia reopens UK: forecasts say economy could see worst year since crashTheresa May vulnerable as Brexit talks on knife-edge 11.24am BST The main Asian stock markets have all closed in the red today.Japan fell by almost 1.8%, Hong Kong lost 1.5%, Shanghai she...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Business, Japan, UK, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Nikkei, US, Economics, UK News, Stock Markets, Global Economy, Currencies, Shanghai, US economy


World stock markets dive as Trump attacks 'crazy' US rate hikes

President adds to borrowing costs concern as China tension fuels febrile market moodShares in the Asia-Pacific region dropped sharply on Thursday following a big sell-off on Wall Street overnight as Donald Trump condemned “crazy” US interest rate hikes.The Nikkei index in Tokyo fell more than 3% at the opening of trade, while in Sydney the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down almost 2%, slipping below the 6,000-point mark for the first time since early June. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, China, Nikkei, US, International Trade, Economics, Australia news, Stock Markets, Asia Pacific, Global Economy, Sydney, US economy, Tokyo, Federal Reserve, Donald Trump, US Interest rates


South Korea says Pompeo complained about inter-Korean military pact

The deal was sealed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their third summit in Pyongyang on Sept. 18-20. During an annual parliamentary audit on Wednesday, an opposition party lawmaker asked Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha if Pompeo had complained about the agreement during a phone call reported earlier by Japan's Nikkei newspaper. While maintaining that it remains in lockstep with the United States, South Korea has forged ahead with efforts to engag...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, News, North Korea, Nikkei, Pyongyang, Kim Jong, United States South Korea, Pompeo, Moon Jae, Kang Kyung


Google Looking to Ship Its Own Smart Display This Holiday Season (Report)

Google is making its own smart display device and wants to ship it in time for this holiday season, Nikkei reported Friday. The company has ambitious plans for the device, with the goal of shipping three million units, according to the report. The device would directly compete with Amazon’s Echo Show, and offer access to […]
Tags: Google, Amazon, News, Nikkei, Amazon Echo Show


Confirmed: Sequoia has already secured three-quarters of what will be an $8 billion global fund

Sequoia Capital, the 46-year-old venture firm, has secured $6 billion in capital commitments for an $8 billion global fund, according to a new report in the Financial Times. The report echoes a late April piece in the Wall Street Journal that reported Sequoia investors had already committed “roughly” $6 billion to the new fund. A source familiar with the matter confirms for us that both stories are accurate. The capital commitments thus far have come from investors with no prior relationship to ...
Tags: Hong Kong, China, Nikkei, Softbank, Funding, Tech, Fundraising, Shanghai, Alibaba, Venture Capital, Silicon Valley, Sequoia Capital, KKR, Blackstone, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times


Nintendo’s new president aims to build a billion-dollar mobile gaming business

It’s a time of optimism and transition at Nintendo, where brisk sales of the Switch have bolstered its bottom line and new leadership signals a fresh approach to the market. Shuntaro Furukawa, the new president, told the Nikkei that one of his plans is to pursue mobile gaming with more vigor, aiming to build it into a billion-dollar business. Furukawa is taking over from Tatsumi Kimishima, who took the helm temporarily after the tragic and sudden death of the beloved Satoru Iwata in 2015. He’...
Tags: Mobile, Gaming, Asia, Nikkei, Tech, Nintendo, LAYTON, Satoru Iwata, Tatsumi Kimishima, Mario Run, Furukawa, Shuntaro Furukawa


Kobe Steel CEO to step down over quality scandal: Nikkei

(Reuters) - Kobe Steel Chief Executive Officer Hiroya Kawasaki will step down in connection with quality control lapses that resulted in substandard materials being supplied to more than 500 companies, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Tags: Money, Nikkei, businessNews, Kobe Steel, Reuters Kobe Steel, Hiroya Kawasaki


Weak iPhone X demand isn't just hurting Apple — it's also causing problems for Samsung (AAPL)

Fewer people are buying the $1,000 iPhone X than expected. Apple has decided to produce fewer iPhone X phones as a result, halving its production order in January. That's impacted suppliers who make parts for the iPhone X, according to a new report from Nikkei. Specifically Samsung, which supplies OLED screens for the iPhone X, is looking for other customers who might buy the tech. Samsung has been left with more OLED panels than it needs, but other potential customers have been slow to switch...
Tags: Apple, Nikkei, Samsung, Trends, Wall Street Journal Apple, Samsung AAPL, Nikkei Specifically Samsung, Nikkei Samsung


Foxconn is working with RED to make cheaper and smaller 8K cameras

 Foxconn, AKA Hon Hai Precision Industry, AKA the company that made your iPhone, is working with digital cinema pioneer RED to create affordable 8K cameras, the company announced. Chairman Terry Gou told reporters in Taipei, the Nikkei’s among them, that the goal is to reduce both the price and the size of such camera systems by two thirds. Read More
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Asia, Hardware, Nikkei, Tech, Taipei, Foxconn, Terry Gou, Foxconn AKA Hon Hai Precision Industry AKA


Global stock markets recover after sharp losses

Market rout started in New York but Dow Jones back on track, with FTSE gaining nearly 2%Global stock markets have rallied after sharp losses earlier in the week, with London’s leading share index gaining almost 2%.The FTSE 100 index of the most valuable companies listed in London rose 138 points to 7,279 on Wednesday, still well below its all-time closing high of 7,779 on 12 January. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, New York, London, Money, Investments, Nikkei, Economics, Shares, UK News, World news, Stock Markets, US economy, Ftse, Federal Reserve, Dow Jones


European stock markets recover after sharp losses

FTSE gained nearly 2% but Dow Jones recovery failed to last with index falling back by close to end more than 19 points downEuropean stock markets have rallied after sharp losses earlier in the week, with London’s leading share index gaining almost 2%.The FTSE 100 index of the most valuable companies listed in London rose 138 points to 7,279 on Wednesday, still well below its all-time closing high of 7,779 on 12 January. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, London, Money, Investments, Nikkei, Economics, Shares, UK News, World news, Stock Markets, US economy, Ftse, Federal Reserve, Dow Jones


Stocks tumble as concerns grow over febrile global markets

FTSE 100 slumps 2.6% to 7,141 to wipe all gains from this year’s tradingStock market turmoil – live updatesShares in London plunged for a sixth day and by the largest amount since the Brexit vote, as concerns grew that febrile global stock markets, which have lost $4tn (£2.9tn) in value since Friday, were in the grip of panic-selling.The FTSE 100 slumped 2.6% to 7,141 to wipe all the gains from this year’s trading and set the index of Britain’s most valuable companies on course for a second week...
Tags: Europe, Business, Japan, London, Nikkei, Spain, London Stock Exchange, UK News, World news, US news, Stock Markets, Britain, Asia Pacific, Ftse, Dow Jones, Germany France


UK stocks tumble as concerns grow over febrile global markets

FTSE 100 slumps 2.6% to 7,141 to wipe all gains on year’s trading but New York recovers late onShares in London plunged for a sixth day and by the largest amount since the Brexit vote as concerns grew that febrile global stock markets, which have lost $4tn (£2.9tn) in value since Friday, were in the grip of panic-selling.The FTSE 100 slumped 2.6% to 7,141 to wipe out all the gains from this year’s trading and set the index of Britain’s most valuable companies on course for a second week of losse...
Tags: Europe, Business, Japan, UK, New York, London, Nikkei, Spain, London Stock Exchange, UK News, World news, US news, Stock Markets, Britain, Asia Pacific, Ftse


Stocks are getting whacked

The Dow is set to open lower by about 220 points on Monday following last week's slide. Monday's selling comes as stock markets around the world are under pressure. Watch the Dow trade in real time here. The US stock market is set for another day of selling on Monday. After a 666 point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average on Friday, premarket trading of the index has it down another 220 points on Monday. Friday's decline marked the biggest single-day point drop since October of 2008, whe...
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Apple continues its slide from iPhone X production cuts (AAPL)

Apple continues a multiday slide on Tuesday as more reports confirm the company has cut its iPhone X production targets in half. The company reports earnings on Thursday. Watch the stock price move in real time here. Apple continues its slide on Tuesday as more reports confirm that the company has cut production targets for the iPhone X in half. Shares are down 0.78% to $166.57 as The Wall Street Journal confirmed previous reports saying that Apple has told its suppliers to halve production ...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Wall Street, Nikkei, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Ubs, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Aapl, Brad Smith, Watch Apple, Steven Milunovich, Milunovich, Axios Apple


Saudi Aramco considering expansion to India: Nikkei

(Reuters) - Saudi Aramco, the state oil company of Saudi Arabia, is considering entering India as part of its Asian expansion, Nikkei said on Tuesday, citing Aramco's CEO who said that plans for an Indian refinery are crystallising.
Tags: Money, Saudi Arabia, Nikkei, India, businessNews, Aramco, Saudi Aramco, Reuters Saudi Aramco