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Sony Corp could take on an equity partner in its TV unit, which has racked up losses every year for a decade, but the Japanese consumer giant was not thinking about selling or exiting the business, its chief executive said on Thursday.
BlackBerry Ltd posted a narrower-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as the troubled smartphone maker's turnaround efforts started to pay off, raising hope that its chief executive can deliver on a pledge to return the company to steady profits.
In an industry dominated by Apple Inc, Samsung Electronics Co and other Asian firms, the differing strategies used by Japan's technology firms to try to cope have led to losses for some and profits for others.
Hewlett-Packard Co shocked investors by putting a US$2bil-plus price tag on its planned separation into two companies and provided only scant evidence that its highly touted enterprise segment is on a growth track.
Swiss-American gadget maker Logitech has set aside US$3.25mil (RM12.24mil) to cover a potential civil penalty stemming from a previously disclosed investigation by US securities regulators, the company said in a filing.
Stealthy or direct price cuts on iPhones have cushioned the blow for Apple Inc. It should go even further if it’s serious about changing its complexion.
Amazon plans to pass on the costs of France's new digital tax on Internet giants to the businesses that use its Marketplace platform for finding customers, instead of taking the hit itself, the US online retailer said Aug 1.
Amazon.com Inc’s commercial messages in product searches are a risky way to levy additional fees on the companies that sell through its digital mall. Apple Inc is increasingly wading into similar waters.
A new generation of cybersecurity companies is creating billions of dollars in market value for investors as businesses increasingly turn to cloud-based products for better protection from sophisticated attacks.