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  • Japanese electronics <strong>gia</strong>nt Panasonic will invest 15 billion rupees ($277 million) in advertising and marketing in India over the next three years, its president Kazuhiro Tsuga said on Tuesday. A Panasonic team, led by Tsuga are in India to explore how to increase their presence and business in the country, which currently contributes just one percent to Panasonic”s global revenues. India has been identified as a “centrepiece” f...

    Panasonic to invest Rs. 1500 crore over next three years in “centrepiece” India

    Japanese electronics giant Panasonic will invest 15 billion rupees ($277 million) in advertising and marketing in India over the next three years, its president Kazuhiro Tsuga said on Tuesday. A Panasonic team, led by Tsuga are in India to explore how to increase their presence and business in the country, which currently contributes just one percent to Panasonic”s global revenues. India has been identified as a “centrepiece” f...

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  • People will always want to watch movies in theatres despite the growing trend of watching videos at home and on mobile devices, the head of <strong>gia</strong>nt movie system maker Imax said. “People are social animals and I don”t think they want to be chained to their couches, mobile devices and tablets. They want to go out,” Richard Gelfond, chief executive of Canada-based Imax, told the annual President”s Conference in Israel on Thurs...

    ‘Mobile device boom no threat to movie theatre growth’

    People will always want to watch movies in theatres despite the growing trend of watching videos at home and on mobile devices, the head of giant movie system maker Imax said. “People are social animals and I don”t think they want to be chained to their couches, mobile devices and tablets. They want to go out,” Richard Gelfond, chief executive of Canada-based Imax, told the annual President”s Conference in Israel on Thurs...

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  • Shares in embattled Sharp soared Wednesday after reports that South Korean rival Samsung would become its biggest foreign shareholder, highlighting the fading fortunes of Japan”s electronics <strong>gia</strong>nts. Sharp”s stock jumped 17.06 percent to 350 yen in opening Tokyo trade before easing to 339 yen by the morning break. The huge move was stoked by reports in Japan”s leading Nikkei business daily and other media that Samsung was set to...

    Sharp shares soar on reports of Samsung tie-up

    Shares in embattled Sharp soared Wednesday after reports that South Korean rival Samsung would become its biggest foreign shareholder, highlighting the fading fortunes of Japan”s electronics giants. Sharp”s stock jumped 17.06 percent to 350 yen in opening Tokyo trade before easing to 339 yen by the morning break. The huge move was stoked by reports in Japan”s leading Nikkei business daily and other media that Samsung was set to...

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