Yoshihide Suga said that it is safe to host the Olympic Games in Japan’s current situation-Wall Street Journal

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga defended his decision to host the Tokyo Olympics during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that Japan has far fewer COVID-19 cases than Western countries and is stricter in preventing infections. With critics calling the Olympics a threat to Japan and the world, Yoshihide Suga was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal … Read more

TikTok’s parent company ByteDance surged to $34.3 billion in revenue last year-Wall Street Journal

Bytedance Inc. told employees that the company’s revenue more than doubled last year to $34.3 billion. This highlights why the Chinese technology giant can rank among the world’s hottest startups. ByteDance has a popular short-frequency application TikTok. The non-listed company shared its 2020 financial performance highlights with employees on Thursday. According to an excerpt from … Read more

Before Nike terminated its contract with Neymar last year, it was investigating an employee’s allegations of Neymar’s sexual assault-The Wall Street Journal

According to information disclosed by people familiar with the situation and documents seen by The Wall Street Journal, Nike Inc. (NKE) began investigating an allegation of sexual assault by a Brazilian athlete Neymar by an employee of the company. Later, he parted ways with the football superstar last year. Neymar is one of the most … Read more