July 29, 2014
Skymark abandon to get Airbus A380
The amount of penalty Airbus suggests seems $700 billion. The president of Skymark declared he would never surrender to larger carriers again and again. But the situation is quite tough.
July 19, 2014
Malaysian airplane destroyed
Several rumors are flying about the case. Pro-Russia separatists are suspected to shoot the jet with an antiaircraft missile from the ground. Some media have doubt that Ukraine army is to be blamed. More or less, the airline industry is confused.
Financial Times: Airline insurers face biggest bill since 9/11
July 6, 2014
Banned account case of Instagram for child porn
Her account in question is still alive. Any children in her photos are quite pretty. I believe the decision by Instagram not to delete her account is right.
July 4, 2014
GSK bribe and Honeytrap
In relation to this issue, Chinese prosecutors accused British investigator and his wife for a suspect of obtaining private information.
Financial Times: Date set for GSK China bribe trial
It is not certain whether the trial will be opened. Worrying about the secretiveness of Chinese court are described in this article.
July 2, 2014
Japan has right of collective self-defense
I feel that attention to this matter is decreasing in Japan, although it is a big issue. I do not like the tendency of Japanese citizens easy to boil and forget after that.
July 2, 2014
Murder case of Olympic athlete
The trial is still continuing. The judge seems to proceed carefully.
Sports World News: Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial: Judge Thokozile Masipa Has Considerable Testimony To Consider