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NTT Data says change of president
Friday, 11 May 2018 

May 11 (Reuters) - NTT Data Corp <9613.T>:Says it appoints Yo Honma as new president, effective June 19 .  Full Article

NTT Data says adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards
Thursday, 29 Mar 2018 

March 29 (Reuters) - NTT Data Corp <9613.T>:Says it will adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the Japanese Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.IFRS effective from financial statement for Q1 of fiscal year ending March 2019.  Full Article

R&I affirms NTT Data's rating at "AA" and says stable outlook-R&I
Wednesday, 29 Nov 2017 

Nov 29 (Reuters) - NTT Data Corp <9613.T>:Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "AA"-R&I.Rating outlook stable-R&I.  Full Article

DigitalGlobe and NTT Data announces partnership to expand usage of elevation data
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2017 

DigitalGlobe Inc - :Co, NTT Data Corporation announced expanded partnership involving use of elevation data in respective products, effective immediately.  Full Article

NTT Data Emea Ltd says co, Nefos AG entered agreement
Tuesday, 27 Sep 2016 

NTT Data EMEA Ltd:Co, Nefos AG entered agreement for NTT Data to buy Nefos.  Full Article

NTT's unit says outcome of ToB for NJK
Friday, 8 Jul 2016 

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp <9432.T> : Says its unit NTT data <9613.T> buys 6,165,181 shares in NJK Corp <9748.T> during the period from May 11 to July 7, with acquisition price of 675 yen per share . Settlement date from July 14 . NTT data will raise stake in NJK to 95.79 percent from 51.18 percent .In the previous plan, NTT data aims to fully acquire NJK.  Full Article


Silicon Valley-style coding boot camp seeks to reset Japan Inc

TOKYO Barely six months after inaugurating a tiny software-coding boot camp in a basement in Tokyo, Silicon Valley transplant Kani Munidasa stood before some of Japan's top business leaders in February with a warning: software was threatening their future.