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  • ts, which contributed heavily to its bleeding bottom line. Panasonic said last month it logged a nine-month operating profit of 121.95 billion yen ($1.29 billion), despite its whopping net loss, saying the positive result was <strong>du</strong>e “mainly to fixed cost reductions and streamlining material costs”. Weak demand for flat-panel televisions, however, helped push total sales down 8.8 percent to 5.44 trillion yen, it added. In a statement, Pan...

    Panasonic plans to scale down TV business, exit plasma: Report

    ts, which contributed heavily to its bleeding bottom line. Panasonic said last month it logged a nine-month operating profit of 121.95 billion yen ($1.29 billion), despite its whopping net loss, saying the positive result was due “mainly to fixed cost reductions and streamlining material costs”. Weak demand for flat-panel televisions, however, helped push total sales down 8.8 percent to 5.44 trillion yen, it added. In a statement, Pan...

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  • illion gain, but depress the share price by putting at arm”s length one of its few stable profit centres. Sony considered, and dismissed, such a <strong>plan</strong> over a decade ago, said the banker, who didn”t want to be named <strong>bec</strong>ause he was not authorised to speak to the media. © Thomson Reuters 2013...

    Is Sony un-Japanese enough to entertain change?

    illion gain, but depress the share price by putting at arm”s length one of its few stable profit centres. Sony considered, and dismissed, such a plan over a decade ago, said the banker, who didn”t want to be named because he was not authorised to speak to the media. © Thomson Reuters 2013...

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  • be 2 trillion yen ($21.3 billion) <strong>business</strong>es by 2018. Panasonic expects to spend 250 billion yen ($2.7 billion) on restructuring over the next two fiscal years. Like other Japanese manufacturers, Panasonic has been struggling <strong>bec</strong>ause of the March<strong> 2011</strong> tsunami disaster, weak global demand and until recently, a strengthening yen. It has been slammed in consumer electronics by flashier, often more cost-effective, rivals such as Apple Inc. and Samsun...

    Panasonic stays in TV business, chairman resigning

    be 2 trillion yen ($21.3 billion) businesses by 2018. Panasonic expects to spend 250 billion yen ($2.7 billion) on restructuring over the next two fiscal years. Like other Japanese manufacturers, Panasonic has been struggling because of the March 2011 tsunami disaster, weak global demand and until recently, a strengthening yen. It has been slammed in consumer electronics by flashier, often more cost-effective, rivals such as Apple Inc. and Samsun...

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