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Media Kobo to sell property in Tokyo for 316.6 mln yen
Friday, 7 Oct 2016 03:24am EDT 

Media Kobo Inc <3815.T>:Says it plans to sell property in Tokyo for 316.6 million yen on Oct. 31.  Full Article

Media Kobo unit to buy social game secondary business for 110 mln yen
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2016 02:00am EDT 

Media Kobo Inc <3815.T>: Says its wholly owned unit LEWIS FACTORY, INC. plans to buy social game secondary business from a Tokyo-based company, which is engaged in development and operation of mobile social game . Says the acquisition price is 110 million yen .Says effective date on Sep. 1.  Full Article

Media Kobo to set up digital contents unit
Friday, 5 Aug 2016 02:09am EDT 

Media Kobo <3815.T>: Says it will set up a wholly owned subsidiary named Lewis Factory, Inc. in Tokyo .Says the new subsidiary with registered capital of 30 million yen will be engaged in planning, production and sale of digital contents.  Full Article

Media Kobo signs business alliance with KOREA MCN for information content delivery
Friday, 8 Jul 2016 03:32am EDT 

Media Kobo Inc <3815.T>:Says it formed business alliance with KOREA MCN for the purpose of information content delivery to South Korea and China.  Full Article

Media Kobo to issue year-end dividend for FY 2015
Friday, 9 Oct 2015 02:00am EDT 

Media Kobo Inc:To issue a year-end dividend of 10 yen per share to all the shareholders of record as of Aug. 31, for FY ended Aug. 2015.Payment date Nov. 26.  Full Article

Media Kobo expects extraordinary loss for FY 2015
Friday, 10 Apr 2015 04:00am EDT 

Media Kobo Inc:Says it expects an extraordinary loss of 196 million yen for FY ending Aug. 2015.Says the loss is recorded for the merger between subsidiaries on March 1.  Full Article

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BRIEF-Media Kobo announces change of top shareholder

* Says its current top shareholder and president Kazuo Nagasawa cuts stake in co to 17.00 percent from 62.37 percent