Japanese anti-trust officials raided Amazon Japan headquarters in Tokyo.

Amazon Japan probe tests antitrust doctrine in new era

E-commerce giant accused of abusing its power over vendors

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    TPP-11 principles to contain China could be counterproductive

  • Minimum wage rise in South Korea prompts automated response

    President Moon's 'worker-friendly' policy is pushing clerks out the door

  • Beijing clampdown robs China's savers of a fair return

    The authorities have stabilized the economy at the cost of curbing investment choices

  • Carlos Ghosn's short-term mindset puts Nissan in a fix

    The Japanese automaker's one-time savior might want to study Sony

  • Japan's 2% inflation sham

    Shinzo Abe, losing patience with the BOJ, maneuvers to declare victory

  • Narendra Modi's success belies persistent social ills

    For long-term prosperity, capitalism must spread its opportunities

  • QE unwinding is more dangerous than it appears

    Asia's emerging markets remain dependent on central bank liquidity

  • Sony's Akio Morita: Good-looking leaders just won't do

    But a jeans-and-sneakers CEO has breathed new life into the old brand

  • Poking the elephant: China's Belt and Road riles India

    Rivalry could provide regional balance -- or take a dangerous turn

  • Indian local election looking less certain for Modi

    BJP setback in Indian mountain state could influence important vote in Gujarat

  • Scandal-prone Japan Inc. could learn from airlines on crash avoidance

    Mistakes can inform best practices, but only if they are brought to light

  • Modi loses his luster as economy stutters

    India desperately needs new economic thinking after currency and GST upheavals

  • Blame mismanagement for tarnishing the 'Made in Japan' label

    Kobe Steel CEO expected workers to boost production with grit alone

  • The Japanese poet who inspired Nobel economist Richard Thaler

    University of Chicago scholar got 'nudge' at Mitsuo Aida Museum

  • BOJ boxed in by its own easy money policy

    Dogged pursuit of 2% inflation could damage Japan's economy

  • Philanthro-capitalism sprouts in South Korea

    Public outcry over economic disparity has companies advancing a social agenda

  • Public a willing audience for Abe's shallow show of progress

    Young and old eager to ignore growing cost of social programs

  • Reskilling key to survival in 'age of disruption'

    Thomas Friedman's new book describes AT&T's innovative retraining program

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    Wishful pessimism over China's 'Japanization,' Asia catching another flu