e991 lost saga Archive

  • ...mer lifestyle, healthcare and lighting and is shaking up a stodgy culture in a firm that once led in R&D but sometimes fell short in the marketplace. The company which first experimented with televisions and radios later <strong>lost</strong> out in the videotape wars of the 1970s and 1980s and did not react quickly enough when consumers shifted online for their music and other entertainment. Van Houten has also cut jobs and overheads, including office space...

    Philips switches off the TV in turnaround bid

    ...mer lifestyle, healthcare and lighting and is shaking up a stodgy culture in a firm that once led in R&D but sometimes fell short in the marketplace. The company which first experimented with televisions and radios later lost out in the videotape wars of the 1970s and 1980s and did not react quickly enough when consumers shifted online for their music and other entertainment. Van Houten has also cut jobs and overheads, including office space...

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  • Is it much better to have enjoyed and <strong>lost</strong>, than to have never ever liked at all? That”s the question posed by a brand-new tablet computer that takes aim at one of the deficiencies of the iPad: that it”s tough to write on it with a stylus or pen. The HTC Flyer is a $500 tablet with a 7-inch display. At a glance, it”s not much different from the various other tablets that are rushing to take on Apple Inc.”s iPad. The iPad...

    Review: HTC Flyer tablet mates with slippery pen

    Is it much better to have enjoyed and lost, than to have never ever liked at all? That”s the question posed by a brand-new tablet computer that takes aim at one of the deficiencies of the iPad: that it”s tough to write on it with a stylus or pen. The HTC Flyer is a $500 tablet with a 7-inch display. At a glance, it”s not much different from the various other tablets that are rushing to take on Apple Inc.”s iPad. The iPad...

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  • ...n Manhattan and Tokyo. Last week, Sony doubled its annual net profit forecast for the last fiscal year to March, saying it expected to earn 40 billion yen as a weaker yen and the asset sales helped boost its bottom line. Sony <strong>lost</strong> 456.66 billion yen in the fiscal year to March 2012, its fourth year in the red. A tumble in the value of the yen in recent months losing about a fifth against the dollar since November has helped exporters make their p...

    Why key Sony executives are giving up their bonuses

    ...n Manhattan and Tokyo. Last week, Sony doubled its annual net profit forecast for the last fiscal year to March, saying it expected to earn 40 billion yen as a weaker yen and the asset sales helped boost its bottom line. Sony lost 456.66 billion yen in the fiscal year to March 2012, its fourth year in the red. A tumble in the value of the yen in recent months losing about a fifth against the dollar since November has helped exporters make their p...

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