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  • ...f France, which owns the Moulinex brand, and De”Longhi of Italy, are valued at multiples of 7.2 and 7.9 respectively. Based on other ratios such as price/book value, and EV/revenue, Philips ranks at the lower end of the <strong>group</strong>”s range. And with roughly one third of Philips” units still underperforming and in need of turnaround, according to Van Houten, there should be further upside for investors. “There is much more potent...

    Philips switches off the TV in turnaround bid

    ...f France, which owns the Moulinex brand, and De”Longhi of Italy, are valued at multiples of 7.2 and 7.9 respectively. Based on other ratios such as price/book value, and EV/revenue, Philips ranks at the lower end of the group”s range. And with roughly one third of Philips” units still underperforming and in need of turnaround, according to Van Houten, there should be further upside for investors. “There is much more potent...

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  • ...ly known for making televisions, small appliances and light bulbs but has in the last decade branched out to the health and lifestyle sector. The company reported “better operating results across all sectors.” The <strong>group</strong>”s best performer was digital LED lighting which showed a 28 percent jump in sales over the previous year. It made up 25 percent of the <strong>group</strong>”s total lighting sales which reached 2.04 billion euros for the s...

    Philips posts three-fold jump in profits

    ...ly known for making televisions, small appliances and light bulbs but has in the last decade branched out to the health and lifestyle sector. The company reported “better operating results across all sectors.” The group”s best performer was digital LED lighting which showed a 28 percent jump in sales over the previous year. It made up 25 percent of the group”s total lighting sales which reached 2.04 billion euros for the s...

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  • ...wer bank shareholders, may prove something of an exception. That”s the hope, at least, of Californian billionaire Daniel Loeb, whose Third Point hedge fund has built up a more than 6 percent stake in Sony, making it the <strong>group</strong>”s biggest stockholder. Loeb wants CEO Kazuo Hirai to sell as much as a fifth of the <strong>group</strong>”s money-making entertainment arm – movies, TV and music – to free up cash to revive an electronics busin...

    Is Sony un-Japanese enough to entertain change?

    ...wer bank shareholders, may prove something of an exception. That”s the hope, at least, of Californian billionaire Daniel Loeb, whose Third Point hedge fund has built up a more than 6 percent stake in Sony, making it the group”s biggest stockholder. Loeb wants CEO Kazuo Hirai to sell as much as a fifth of the group”s money-making entertainment arm – movies, TV and music – to free up cash to revive an electronics busin...

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