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    1. July 22, 2014

      UK taxman criticised over £10bn IT costs

      HM Revenue & Customs has been lambasted by an influential MP for its “unacceptably poor” management of its multibillion IT...

    2. April 27, 2014

      Japan Inc: Topix of conversation

      Asked to name the best-performing sector in Japan’s broad Topix index over the past year, few would think of electronics. It...

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    1. Special Report: Investing in Japan 2013

      The government is stirring hopes that it will adopt bold measures to deregulate indust...
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    1. November 28, 2013

      Sony is last Japanese company standing in tough smartphone market

      One by one, Japanese electronics makers have fallen by the wayside as competition intensifies in the smartphone market:...

    2. August 11, 2013

      SMEs to be given greater share of government IT contracts

      Big technology companies risk losing share of the £7bn market for government IT projects under a shake-up in Whitehall...

    3. MBA blog

      April 9, 2013

      A global business experience

      A recent addition to the London Business School MBA programme has been an initiative called Global Business Experiences, in...

    4. March 27, 2013

      Manufacturing: Countless efforts fail to produce employment

      In the northwestern provincial city of Komatsu, a vast factory that once produced metal stamping presses has been...

    5. March 24, 2013

      Fujitsu to inject £800m into UK business

      Fujitsu, the UK’s largest Japanese employer with 14,000 staff, will inject £800m into its British business to boost growth...

    6. March 14, 2013

      Rural broadband plans descend into farce

      Plans to boost superfast broadband in rural areas descended into farce as BT was left as the only bidder for £530m of state...

    7. February 27, 2013

      Tizen joins phone software contenders

      The mobile industry’s push to develop competitors to the Google and Apple platforms continued with the Tizen Association...

    8. January 15, 2013

      Record subscription bookings for Wandisco

      Wandisco, the AIM-listed software company, has reported record subscription numbers for the fourth quarter, building on the...

    9. January 15, 2013

      Myanmar opens telecoms to foreign groups

      Myanmar’s government has begun the process of opening up the country’s telecoms industry, inviting foreign companies to...

    10. October 7, 2012

      EU happy with UK rural broadband plan

      Europe’s competition watchdog is ready to approve plans to pump £530m of UK state aid into rural broadband, a move which...

    11. September 17, 2012

      Lobby group attacks suppliers ‘blacklist’

      Britain’s largest business lobby group has attacked a Cabinet Office initiative to prevent underperforming suppliers from...

    12. FT Alphaville

      September 11, 2012

      The 6am Cut London

      Asian shares tracked Wall Street lower as caution crept in ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting and German court ruling on...

    13. September 10, 2012

      ‘High risk’ groups face outsourcing ban

      The performance of troubled Olympics contractor G4S will be reviewed “very carefully”, the Cabinet Office has warned, in a...

    14. July 30, 2012

      Fujitsu and Hitachi – IT contrasts

      Two numbers sum up Fujitsu – Y4,660 and Y295. The first is the Japanese electronics conglomerate’s share price from 12 years...

    15. July 30, 2012

      Asian stocks rise on policy easing hopes

      Asian stocks have extended last week’s gains, supported by growing hopes that European policy makers will take action to...

    16. July 27, 2012

      Rural schemes bring broadband to countryside

      From church spires to school roofs, broadband masts are springing up in the British countryside as residents try to avoid...

    17. July 19, 2012

      BT to supply Wales with superfast broadband

      Superfast broadband will be deployed across most of Wales at a cost of about £425m in the largest fibre rollout project in...

    18. July 13, 2012

      Asian stocks end losing streak

      Asian stocks rose, ending a six-day losing streak, as investors took heart from data showing increasing new loans in China...

    19. July 10, 2012

      Fujitsu withdraws from broadband bidding

      Fujitsu has withdrawn from two further areas being tendered under the £530m rural broadband delivery programme, which is...

    20. July 2, 2012

      Broadband contract attracts two bidders

      Just two companies have been picked to compete for government funds allocated to rolling out broadband to far-flung parts of...

    21. May 21, 2012

      Asia rallies on China growth pledge

      Asian stocks regained some ground after Friday’s sharp fall with resource stocks rising after Wen Jiabao, China’s premier,...

    22. May 16, 2012

      Asia dives as risk aversion takes hold

      Asian shares fell sharply on heightened risk aversion after Greece failed to form a coalition government, raising the...

    23. May 9, 2012

      Asian stocks dip over Greece doubts

      Asian shares were under pressure amid questions about Greece’s future within the eurozone as the country struggled to form a...

    24. March 22, 2012

      Computacenter misses out on Cumbria IT deal

      Computacenter has failed to clinch a contract with a potential value of more than £60m to provide IT and telecommunications...

    25. March 2, 2012

      Latest generation of smartphones unveiled

      The latest generation of smartphones featuring the highest speeds and sharpest cameras as well as more quirky selling...

    26. February 23, 2012

      Wolfson keen to prove life after Apple

      Since Apple pulled the plug on its contracts with Wolfson Microelectronics, the Edinburgh-based chipmaker has endeavoured to...

    27. February 20, 2012

      Panasonic sets European smartphone target

      Japanese electronics group Panasonic has set a target to sell 1.5m smartphones in Europe next year from a range of mobile...

    28. FT Alphaville

      February 20, 2012

      Fujitsu plans European smartphone entry

      Fujitsu will launch a wide range of smartphones and tablets for the first time in Europe, as the Japanese electronics...

    29. February 19, 2012

      Fujitsu plans European smartphone entry

      Fujitsu will launch a wide range of smartphones and tablets for the first time in Europe, as the Japanese electronics...

    30. February 9, 2012

      Revitalisation of industry moves up Japan’s agenda

      Japanese companies have been passive for too long, says Shin Horiguchi. “We need to compete more aggressively.” The comment...

    31. FT Alphaville

      February 8, 2012

      Japan lines up national chip champion

      Three Japanese semiconductor manufacturers including Panasonic and Fujitsu are in talks to merge their operations to create...

    32. February 8, 2012

      Japanese chipmakers: SoC it to me

      Science versus economics, or Moore’s law meets the law of diminishing returns. The global chipmaking industry has famously...

    33. February 8, 2012

      Nikkei rallies after Toyota outlook

      Asian shares had a robust session as earnings season continued with some encouraging guidance from Japan’s Toyota, while...

    34. February 8, 2012

      Japan lines up national chip champion

      Three Japanese semiconductor manufacturers including Panasonic and Fujitsu are in talks to merge their operations to create...

    35. February 7, 2012

      Wolfson reports third straight year of losses

      Weak consumer demand for electronics and smartphone product delays contributed to increased losses at Wolfson...

    36. January 4, 2012

      Shanghai Composite falls on downbeat outlook

      Stocks in Shanghai and Hong Kong fell, bucking the regional trend of an upbeat start to 2012 after Wen Jiabao, China’s...

    37. December 5, 2011

      Agriculture: Traditional way of farming must change to be profitable

      Seiyo, a rural town of just over 42,000 residents on the southwestern island of Shikoku in Japan, prides itself on its...

    38. November 30, 2011

      Talk is cheap in the world’s factory

      Wang Yang, the Communist party secretary of Guangdong and the wealthy southern Chinese province’s most powerful official,...

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