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Japan Display Inc (6740.T)

6740.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Mon, Jul 4 2016

UPDATE 1-Activist fund Effissimo buys 5.4 pct of Japan Display

* Fund run by former colleagues of activist shareholder Murakami

UPDATE 1-Japan Display's top investor INCJ to meet lenders - sources

* To meet Mizuho, SMBC & Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank on Wed-sources

Japan Display's top investor, INCJ, to meet lenders - sources

TOKYO, June 8 Japan Display Inc's top investor, the state-backed Innovation Network Corp of Japan, is set to meet with Mizuho Bank and other lenders on Wednesday to discuss the health of the smartphone display maker, four people familiar with the matter said.

Japan Display warns of bigger year-on-year loss on slow iPhone sales

TOKYO Apple Inc supplier Japan Display Inc warned on Tuesday of a bigger loss in the just-ended business year compared to the previous year as sluggish demand for iPhones dragged down sales of its display panels.

Japan Display warns of bigger year-on-year loss on slow iPhone sales

TOKYO, May 10 Apple Inc supplier Japan Display Inc warned on Tuesday of a bigger loss in the just-ended business year compared to the previous year as sluggish demand for iPhones dragged down sales of its display panels.

UPDATE 1-Japan Display to shut 2 Japan LCD lines, take $123 mln charge

* Aims to start OLED production from 2018 (Adds background on Apple and Sharp)

Japan Display to shut 2 Japan LCD lines, take $123 mln charge

TOKYO, March 16 Japan Display Inc said on Wednesday that it would close two liquid-crystal-display production lines in Japan as it seeks to boost profitability and raise funds for next-generation technologies.

Japan Display says will swing to January-March op loss as Apple orders sag

TOKYO, Feb 8 Japan Display Inc on Monday said it would swing to an operating loss in January-March, as client Apple Inc books slowing sales of its iPhone and while the costs of keeping up with rivals in smartphone screen technology rise.

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