Kojima, who became president in June 2021, would succeed CEO Toshiaki Higashihara, who would be appointed chairman, Nikkei Asia reported
The coronavirus viral load fell by as much as 80% after four days and three doses compared with those who took only a placebo
Third-quarter earnings figures contrasted with the previous year, which had benefited from high trading activity thanks to a massive injection of cash into capital markets by the Fed.
His widow and eldest daughter launched the suit, claiming the man's suicide was due to depression caused by overwork and harassment
Remark underscores how a weak yen has become a tricky political issue for Japan, which has historically focused on preventing a strong currency from hurting the country's export sector
MPs in Japan adopted a resolution on Tuesday on the "serious human rights situation" in China, and called for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's government to take steps to relieve the situation
Factory output shrank for the first time in three months in December as a decline in machinery production outweighed a small rise in autos, casting a cloud over the economic recovery.
Kyoto is struggling to offset billions of dollars in debt racked up through big-budget infrastructure projects with persistently low tax receipts and millions in lost tourism revenue