Mlb: Tazawa, Red Sox Agree At $3,375,000, Avoid Arbitration

MLB: Tazawa, Red Sox agree at $3,375,000, avoid arbitrationJunichi Tazawa and the Boston Red Sox have avoided salary arbitration, agreeing to a one-year contract worth $3,375,000.
As part of the agreement announced Wednesday, Tazawa could earn a $25,000 performance bonus for pitching in 70 games. The deal is not guaranteed.

S. Korea, U.s., Japan Agree To Ramp Up Pressure On N. Korea

S. Korea, U.S., Japan agree to ramp up pressure on N. KoreaTop negotiators of the United States, Japan, and South Korea -- three of six countries involved in stalled talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear program -- agreed Wednesday to increase "pressures and sanctions" on North Korea to dissuade the North from military provocations.

Lawson, Sagawa Agree To Tie Up In Delivery Services

Lawson, Sagawa agree to tie up in delivery servicesRetailer Lawson Inc. and logistics company SG Holdings Co. said Tuesday they have agreed to form an alliance to offer a delivery service out of convenience stores, with the aim of better coping with the needs of the growing number of working women and the elderly.

Fujitsu And Ntt Docomo Agree To Partner On 5g Experimental Trials

Fujitsu and NTT DOCOMO Agree To Partner on 5G Experimental TrialsFujitsu Limited has announced an agreement with NTT DOCOMO that will deepen their relationship through R&D collaboration on fifth generation (5G) mobile communications systems and cooperation on 5G experimental trials. Under this agreement, Fujitsu Limited, along with Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., will work with DOCOMO to conduct experimental trials in stages, and, while promoting development of 5G technology, will actively undertake efforts on 5G standardization initiatives that are set to begin in 2016.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries And Fuji Xerox Agree On Comprehensive Tie-up In Document Services Business

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Fuji Xerox Agree on Comprehensive Tie-up in Document Services BusinessMitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) and Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. have reached an agreement on comprehensive business alliance in document services to build a printing environment and optimize the document services operations in the MHI group. MHI is to establish a spin-off company by splitting the document-related business of its consolidated subsidiary, RYOIN Co., Ltd. Fuji Xerox will acquire shares of the newly established company and take over the business concerned from RYOIN.