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Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

Onkalo aims to solve the 100,000-year problem of nuclear waste storage

Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

Toshiba

Business In a major restructure, Toshiba has announced that it will split its four in-house companies into wholly owned subsidiaries

Toshiba to be split into four entities

In a major restructure, Toshiba has announced that it will split its four in-house companies into wholly owned subsidiaries

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Business Unable to get auditors to sign off on its results, Toshiba has elected to publish them anyway while warning that its future is at risk

Toshiba’s future is in doubt

Unable to get auditors to sign off on its results, Toshiba has elected to publish them anyway while warning that its future is at risk

Business Amid financial turmoil, the announcement of a $6bn loss from its US nuclear project has forced Toshiba to step up existing selloffs to avoid a bailout

Toshiba to sell Westinghouse after $6bn loss

Amid financial turmoil, the announcement of a $6bn loss from its US nuclear project has forced Toshiba to step up existing selloffs to avoid a bailout

Business Toshiba's US arm is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission as its accounting problems continue

Toshiba confirms SEC investigation

Toshiba’s US arm is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission as its accounting problems continue

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Business The struggling Japanese conglomerate has unveiled a list of measures to counteract a recent accounting scandal

Toshiba racks up record losses

The struggling Japanese conglomerate has unveiled a list of measures to counteract a recent accounting scandal

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Opinion Politicians, investors and the public are increasingly aware of the dangers of poor corporate governance; the result is a better sort of corporation

Handle that scandal: how corporations use problems to grow

Politicians, investors and the public are increasingly aware of the dangers of poor corporate governance; the result is a better sort of corporation

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Business In a drastic change to the market, a global price war is shutting out Japanese television manufacturers from overseas sales

Japan increasingly shut out of overseas television markets

In a drastic change to the market, a global price war is shutting out Japanese television manufacturers from overseas sales

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Technology In a drastic change to the market, a global price war has shut out Japanese television manufacturers from overseas sales

Japanese brands exit the global television market

In a drastic change to the market, a global price war has shut out Japanese television manufacturers from overseas sales

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