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SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION is a Japan-based company engaged in the printing solutions business, visual communication business, as well as wearable and industrial products business. The Company has three business segments. The Printing Solutions segment is engaged in the provision of printer products such as inkjet printers, page printers and color image scanners, as well as professional printing products such as industrial inkjet printers and label printers. The Visual Communication segment is engaged in the provision of liquid crystal projectors, high temperature polysilicon thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal panels and smart glasses. The Wearable and Industrial Products segment is engaged in the provision of wearable devices such as watches and sensing devices, robotics solutions products such as industrial robots and integrated circuit (IC) handlers, as well as microdevices such as crystal devices and semiconductors. The Company is also engaged in the group services business.
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President, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director
Chief Financial Officer, Managing Executive Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Chief Director of Business Strategy & Administration, Manager of Sustainability P
Executive Officer, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Director of Human Resources, Manager of Health Management Promotion Office, Director
Executive Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Director of Technology Development
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Japan's Nikkei share average fell to a six-month low on Tuesday, tracking a broad sell-off on Wall Street as concerns grew that rising coronavirus cases globally could derail a nascent economic recovery.
Japan's Nikkei share average plumbed a six-month low on Tuesday, following a broad sell-off on Wall Street as concerns grew that rising coronavirus cases globally could derail a nascent economic recovery.
Japan's Topix changed course to close lower on Monday, while the Nikkei ended little changed, as concerns around a resurgence of COVID-19 outweighed gains from chip-related shares.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei stock average snapped a five-session rally on Friday, slipping from a more than 30-year high hit in the previous session, while losses were capped by tech shares after Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC posted its best-ever quarterly profit.
Japan's Nikkei share average ended lower on the last trading day of the year, retreating from a more than three-decade high hit in the previous session as investors booked profits, but it logged gains for a second straight year.
Japan's Nikkei share average retreated from a more than three-decade high in early trade on Wednesday as investors locked in some profits after a rally, but the market stayed on course for a second year of gains.
Japanese shares fell on Friday and posted their biggest weekly loss in three months as mixed earnings, rising coronavirus cases and uncertainty over the U.S. presidential election hurt sentiment.
Japanese shares fell on Friday and were set for their biggest weekly loss in more than two months as mixed earnings, rising coronavirus cases and uncertainty over the U.S. presidential election hurt sentiment.
Japanese stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Thursday, hit by concerns the country was on the verge of a coronavirus crisis as the global death toll continued to climb.
Japanese shares closed lower on Monday, tracking a sharp sell-off in Chinese equities, on rising worries over the economic impact from the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Japanese shares fell on Monday, tracking the sharp sell-off in Chinese shares on their first trading day after the Lunar New Year break, as worries mounted about the economic fallout due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday ahead of Christmas holidays, as some investors booked profits to cash in on a recent rally sparked by a preliminary U.S.-China trade deal.
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