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  • Sony said Thursday it has sold one of its main buildings in Tokyo for $1.2 billion as the embattled Japanese electronics giant offloads assets to help repair its tattered balance sheet. The news comes after the company in January announced the sale of its US headquarters in Manhattan for more than $1.0 billion while this month it also sold part of its online medical services unit. Sony said its had sold the<strong> 2</strong>5-storey central Tokyo building, whic...

    Sony sells Tokyo office building for $1.2 billion in a bid to raise funds

    Sony said Thursday it has sold one of its main buildings in Tokyo for $1.2 billion as the embattled Japanese electronics giant offloads assets to help repair its tattered balance sheet. The news comes after the company in January announced the sale of its US headquarters in Manhattan for more than $1.0 billion while this month it also sold part of its online medical services unit. Sony said its had sold the 25-storey central Tokyo building, whic...

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  • 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...

    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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  • For Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world”s No.1 maker of smartphones, TVs and memory chips, this week”s deal to invest in a Japanese display maker spotlights an uncomfortable fact it is no longer the undisputed global leader in displays. Cross-town rival LG Display Co Ltd overtook Samsung”s display unit last year as the world”s top maker of liquid crystal displays. LG Electronics Inc, an affiliate of the display company,...

    Samsung’s Sharp deal indicates worries about own display unit

    For Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world”s No.1 maker of smartphones, TVs and memory chips, this week”s deal to invest in a Japanese display maker spotlights an uncomfortable fact it is no longer the undisputed global leader in displays. Cross-town rival LG Display Co Ltd overtook Samsung”s display unit last year as the world”s top maker of liquid crystal displays. LG Electronics Inc, an affiliate of the display company,...

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