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  • Sharp Corp is likely to seek fresh <strong>bank</strong> loans to help it repay a $2.1 billion convertible bond due in September, with no further equity deals likely after Samsung Electronics Co agreed to buy a 3 percent stake in the company for $111 million, three sources familiar with the matter said. “With Samsung, the tie-ups in panels are over. I doubt there will be any more,” an executive at Sharp told Reuters on condition that he not be identi...

    Sharp likely to seek fresh bank loans after Samsung deal: Report

    Sharp Corp is likely to seek fresh bank loans to help it repay a $2.1 billion convertible bond due in September, with no further equity deals likely after Samsung Electronics Co agreed to buy a 3 percent stake in the company for $111 million, three sources familiar with the matter said. “With Samsung, the tie-ups in panels are over. I doubt there will be any more,” an executive at Sharp told Reuters on condition that he not be identi...

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  • ...reign income. The upbeat forecast comes as Sony overhauls its business, including a money-losing television division that has forced the firm to launch a massive corporate overhaul including thousands of job cuts. It has also unloaded real estate including its US headquarters in Manhattan for more than $1.0 billion and a building in Tokyo worth $1.2 billion, while selling of a chemical division and its holding in social networking firm DeNA. The...

    Sony doubles annual net profit forecast to $403 million

    ...reign income. The upbeat forecast comes as Sony overhauls its business, including a money-losing television division that has forced the firm to launch a massive corporate overhaul including thousands of job cuts. It has also unloaded real estate including its US headquarters in Manhattan for more than $1.0 billion and a building in Tokyo worth $1.2 billion, while selling of a chemical division and its holding in social networking firm DeNA. The...

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  • ...vember when then-opposition leader Shinzo Abe prescribed a dose of radical monetary easing to reverse years of sliding consumer prices as part of a deflation-fighting policy, dubbed “Abenomics.” The <strong>Bank</strong> of Japan, under a new Abe-backed governor, in April 2013 unleashed an intense burst of stimulus in promising to inject $1.4 trillion into the economy in less than two years to meet its pledge of achieving 2 percent inflation in roughl...

    Apple raises iPad and iPod prices in Japan

    ...vember when then-opposition leader Shinzo Abe prescribed a dose of radical monetary easing to reverse years of sliding consumer prices as part of a deflation-fighting policy, dubbed “Abenomics.” The Bank of Japan, under a new Abe-backed governor, in April 2013 unleashed an intense burst of stimulus in promising to inject $1.4 trillion into the economy in less than two years to meet its pledge of achieving 2 percent inflation in roughl...

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