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Lawson, Inc. is a company mainly engaged in the operation of convenience stores. The Company operates in four segments. The Domestic Convenience Store segment operates chains of convenience stores under the names LAWSON, NATURAL LAWSON, and LAWSON STORE 100. The Seijoishii segment operates the supermarkets. The Entertainment related segment sells tickets for concerts, music and video software, as well as operate complex cinemas. The Finance related segment operates the banking business.
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Japanese companies are ramping up the use of artificial intelligence and other advanced technology to reduce waste and cut costs in the pandemic, and looking to score some sustainability points along the way.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei share average inched up to close at a fresh three-decade high on Tuesday, as drug makers led the charge on a report that Chugai Pharmaceutical's drug was effective in treating COVID-19 patients.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei share average recovered from early falls on Tuesday to hit a fresh three-decade high, with drug makers leading the charge following a report of another effective COVID-19 treatment.
Japan's Toyota Motor Corp put its revamped Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car, with 30% greater range, on sale on Wednesday in a fresh push to promote the zero-emission technology amid rapidly growing demand for electric vehicles, including its own.
Japanese anti-monopoly regulators on Wednesday told convenience store chains to stop forcing franchises to stay open 24 hours a day, after complaints from franchise owners struggling to find late-night staff and make a profit during quiet business hours.
Japanese trading house Itochu Corp <8001.T> boosted its stake in convenience store chain FamilyMart Co <8028.T> to about two-thirds after a $5.5 billion tender offer that was criticised by some activist investors as being too low.
A convenience-store takeover doesn't check out. Japanese trading house Itochu, which already owns just over 50% of FamilyMart, wants to buy the rest of the convenience-store chain in a $5.4 billion deal. The premium is thin, and governance concerns should give investors...
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Japanese trading house Mitsubishi Corp <8058.T> reported on Thursday a 77% plunge in net profit for the April-June quarter and predicted annual profit will tumble by 63% as the COVID-19 outbreak will wipe out 300 billion yen ($2.8 billion) in profit.
(This July 15 story corrects paragrph 5 to clarify investor is Airbus Ventures, not Airbus SE)
Japanese trading house Itochu Corp <8001.T> on Wednesday announced a 581 billion yen ($5.4 billion) tender offer for the rest of convenience store FamilyMart Co <8028.T>, seeking full control of a business facing slow growth and tough competition.
Japan's Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) plans to boost its renewable energy capacity manifolds to 7.5 gigawatts (GW) by 2030 as the telecommunications giant steps up its energy business to drive growth, its spokesman said on Tuesday.
Japanese retail group Seven & i Holdings <3382.T> has abandoned a bid for Marathon Petroleum Corp's <MPC.N> Speedway gas stations in the United States after balking at the price, which media reports had put at $22 billion, a source said on Monday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Monday:
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1000 GMT on Monday:
Japanese telecom company KDDI Corp <9433.T> is taking a 2.1% stake in convenience store chain Lawson <2651.T> as part of a tie-up in smartphone payment services, amid a push by the government and businesses to bolster their digital options.
Japanese telecom company KDDI Corp will pay more than 12 billion yen ($110.46 million) for about a 2% stake in convenience store chain Lawson as the pair tie up in smartphone payment services, the Nikkei Shimbun reported.
Cash is king in Japan, and more so for the country's fast-ageing population who are still deeply reluctant to give it up.
Uber Eats and Japanese convenience store chain Lawson <2651.T> on Tuesday announced a delivery partnership in central Tokyo, seeking to capitalize on growing demand for quick home delivery of food and everyday items.
Japanese shares dropped on Wednesday as renewed worries about a global recession weighed on risk assets, while the U.S.-China trade war and political uncertainty in Italy and Britain added to the general air of caution in markets.
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