24 Jul
It’s a full count. One more out will win you the game. Standing on the pitcher’s mound, you study the batter and aim for the outside corner. You take a deep breath and unleash the baseball toward home plate.
24 Jul
Japan's stock investors looked past some weaker-than-expected trade data and dwelt instead on a slight downturn for the yen, pushing the Nikkei Stock Average up 0.1% early Thursday, even as the Topix moved sideways.
22 Jul
Though U.S. markets ended lower, Japan stocks came rolling back from a three-day weekend to make early Tuesday gains, with the Nikkei Average up 0.6% and the Topix up 0.7% after a string of losses last week.
22 Jul
Japan stocks rise in post-holiday return, with Nikkei Average up 0.6%
22 Jul
The year's halfway over, and Japanese gaming company Nintendo Co. (TYO:7974) is already preparing for the holiday season with a lineup of games that will launch just in time for some of the most profitable months for retailers. We spoke to Nintendo last week and got some hands-on time with the developer’s most-anticipated games of 2014.
17 Jul
      LONDON, July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- has added a new market research report: Connected Living Room Market by Products (Smart/3D, LED/LCD/OLED TV, set top box, Home theater (Projector, ...
17 Jul
Look out, Nintendo. Sony has been gunning for the Wii U’s core demographics of players. During the Develop Conference in Brighton, U.K., a top Sony Corp. (NYSE:SNE) executive said that the PlayStation 4 was designed to attract owners of the Wii U, made by Nintendo Co. Ltd. (TYO: 7974), who skipped the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
16 Jul
LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. (LF) has made hit toys by creating kiddie versions of adult gadgets like Apple Inc.’s iPad. Now it’s trying to do the same thing with video-game consoles.
7 Jul
The Game Boy Color's Pokemon Trading Card Game shows its hand in the 3DS eShop this week in Europe, but there's no word on it coming to North America. The Virtual Console offering is priced £4.49/5 euros and is due for release on Thursday, July...
25 Jun
Nintendo Co's Chief Executive Satoru Iwata announced on Tuesday that he had surgery to remove a tumor in his bile duct and would need more time to return to work.
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