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  • Shares in Japan”s troubled electronics maker Sharp surged 13.22 percent Tuesday morning on a reported plan for a hefty asset sale, the day after rocketing 17 percent. Shares in the Osaka-based firm jumped 73 yen to 625 by the break after a news report said Sharp planned to raise 40 billion yen ($39 million) through selling overseas holdings. The Asahi Shimbun reported the firm planned to sell its television factory in <strong>Malaysia</strong> and Recurren...

    Sharp shares soar on asset sales report

    Shares in Japan”s troubled electronics maker Sharp surged 13.22 percent Tuesday morning on a reported plan for a hefty asset sale, the day after rocketing 17 percent. Shares in the Osaka-based firm jumped 73 yen to 625 by the break after a news report said Sharp planned to raise 40 billion yen ($39 million) through selling overseas holdings. The Asahi Shimbun reported the firm planned to sell its television factory in Malaysia and Recurren...

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  • ...potential hidden in the smaller cities. For big metro, we are focusing on value strategy. We are trying to sell high-end products in metros. We want to approach right customers with right products,” Sony India Managing <strong>Di</strong>rector Kenichiro Hibi told PTI. He added that the company would launch a new range of affordable and compact TV sets by the end of this year. “We will launch affordable television sets for tier II and III cities this...

    Sony India to launch affordable Bravia sets to target Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities

    ...potential hidden in the smaller cities. For big metro, we are focusing on value strategy. We are trying to sell high-end products in metros. We want to approach right customers with right products,” Sony India Managing Director Kenichiro Hibi told PTI. He added that the company would launch a new range of affordable and compact TV sets by the end of this year. “We will launch affordable television sets for tier II and III cities this...

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  • The Philips name has been synonymous with trusty TV sets and reliable video players; but in the overhaul of this lumbering Dutch behemoth over the past two years, both have been <strong>di</strong>tched. Nothing, it seems, is sacred in Chief Executive Frans van Houten”s makeover of Philips to focus on the healthcare, lifestyle and energy needs of ageing and increasingly prosperous consumers whether high-margin electric toothbrushes and shavers, street ligh...

    Philips switches off the TV in turnaround bid

    The Philips name has been synonymous with trusty TV sets and reliable video players; but in the overhaul of this lumbering Dutch behemoth over the past two years, both have been ditched. Nothing, it seems, is sacred in Chief Executive Frans van Houten”s makeover of Philips to focus on the healthcare, lifestyle and energy needs of ageing and increasingly prosperous consumers whether high-margin electric toothbrushes and shavers, street ligh...

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