News Headlines - 06 April 2017

Japan's economy marks third-longest postwar recovery - Nikkei Asian Review

March would mark the 52nd month of recovery since Shinzo Abe returned to the prime minister's office in December 2012, ushering in the pro-growth policy dubbed Abenomics. That streak edges out the 51-month expansion during Japan's asset-price bubble from 1986 to 1991. Should it last through September, it will surpass the 57-month recovery seen in the 1965-1970 "Izanagi boom" as well.

Toshiba rises on reports Hon Hai offers more than $18bn for chip unit

Shares in Toshiba have jumped in morning trade following renewed reports Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry is offering more than \‎2tn ($18bn) for the conglomerate’s prized memory chip business.

USITC says investigating Toshiba flash memory devices | Reuters

U.S. International Trade Commission says investigating Toshiba flash memory devices
USITC says investigating at request of Taiwan's Macronix International
USITC says Macronix International alleges patent violations by Toshiba flash memory devices

Crown-of-thorns starfish DNA reveals coral killer's weakness - Science News - ABC News

A unique messaging system used by the crown-of-thorns starfish to 'talk' to each other could hold the key to saving the Great Barrier Reef from the marine predator's devastating attacks.

Leicester’s Ahmed Musa considering legal action over reports he beat up wife | The Guardian

The Leicester forward Ahmed Musa is considering legal action after his agent described reports that he was arrested for beating up his wife on her birthday as “inaccurate”.








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