A daughter of the late Aum Shinrikyo cult leader Shoko Asahara has asked a court to decide who should take possession of his ashes.
Sources say the fourth daughter of Asahara, whose real name was Chizuo Matsumoto, filed the request with the Tokyo Family Court last December. She has said she wanted to be the keeper of his remains in line with her father's wishes.
Sources say former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn owed about 27 million dollars in debt to the owner of a dealership in Oman, to which he allegedly moved Nissan's funds.
Tokyo prosecutors allege that Ghosn directed Nissan's funds to the dealership and shifted part of the money for his private purposes. They suspect that the scheme caused Nissan losses worth more than 5 million dollars.
The owner of a food shop selling popular local cuisine in Osaka, western Japan, has been accused of evading more than one million dollars in income tax.
The Osaka Regional Taxation Bureau has filed a complaint with local prosecutors that Tatsuko Miyamoto, has been hiding roughly 330 million yen, or about 3 million dollars, in income.
Mazda drivers are the most satisfied in Australia, at least according to new research by Ray Morgan.
Part of the firm’s ‘Automotive Satisfaction Report’, the study is based on over 40,000 interviews yearly with Australian motorists, with 95.3 per cent of Mazda owners ‘Very’ or ‘Fairly’ satisfied with their vehicle in the 12 months leading into July 2017.