Japan and automaker Toyota are looking to kick-start the fuel-cell vehicle industry with plans to produce hydrogen-powered cars that experts believe can lessen greenhouse gas emissions.
New US liquefied natural gas (LNG) suppliers are seeing a shrinking window of opportunity as new supplies come online and Japan considers restarting some of its nuclear reactors. What does this mean for new LNG suppliers and the difference in natural gas pricing in North America and Asia?
Nissan originally said the automaker will release a fully autonomous car by 2020, but Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says its self-driving car could be ready two years earlier. The technology could be ready then, but it is also a matter of legislation, Ghosn says.
The Internet was outraged after Google posted a Doodle honoring a Japanese game player on Google.co.uk without mention of the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Though Google made amends for the mistake with an extensive online collection of D-Day artifacts, this isn't the first time the tech company has caused controversy with its Doodle choice.
Ohio's legislature came up with a compromise bill on its income tax cut, while Japan is cutting its corporate tax. What does this mean for their finances?
Japan's government announced plans to change guidelines for fuel-cell vehicles to promote sales. Toyota and Honda have been concentrating on developing fuel-cell vehicles.
Defense leaders in East Asia, including those from the US, meet as the region roils over China's aggressive acts over islands and watery resources. A few nations, however, take legal action to show how disputes can be resolved peacefully.