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LIM RUGER LAWYER APPOINTED TO THE BENCH

May 23, 2012

Bruce G. Iwasaki appointed Superior Court Judge

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ANGRY BIRDS TAKE ON JAPAN’S MOBILE MARKET

March 20, 2012

Angry Birds, the mobile game that has been downloaded over 700 million times worldwide, is ramping up efforts in the land of the rising sun. (WSJ)

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EU, U.S., JAPAN LAUNCH RARE EARTH WTO CASE AGAINST CHINA

March 16, 2012

The European Union, the United States and Japan formally ask the World Trade Organization to settle a dispute with China over Beijing’s restriction on exports of raw materials, including rare earth elements critical to electronics makers. (Reuters)

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OKADA VIDEO REBUTS CASINO MOGUL WYNN IN LEGAL FIGHT

March 16, 2012

Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada, embroiled in a legal fight with former partner Steve Wynn, the chairman of casino operator Wynn Resorts, used a video on Tuesday to deny claims by the Las Vegas mogul that he was “unsuitable” to be a company director. (Reuters)

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ZOLL STOCK JUMPS ON $2.2 BIL ASAHI KASEI BUYOUT

March 12, 2012

Zoll Medical shares vaulted to an all-time high near 93 early Monday on news that it would be bought by a Japanese chemical giant. Asahi Kasei agreed to pay $2.2 billion for Zoll, a Chelmsford, Mass.-based specialist in cardiac resuscitation devices such as defibrillators. (IBD)

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JAPAN PROPERTY TYCOON MINORU MORI DIES AT AGE 77

March 12, 2012

Property tycoon Minoru Mori, who was one of Japan's most influential developers and built China's tallest building, has died. He was 77. (WSJ)

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