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Sharp Corp - To Spin Off Camera Module Business
Sharp Corp - To Spin Off Display Devices Business
U.S. Itc Votes To Probe Liquid Crystal Display Devices And Components After Sharp Corp Files Complaint -Statement
Sharp Corporation is engaged in the manufacturing and sale of telecommunications equipment, electric and electronic application equipment, and electronic components. The Company operates through seven segments. The IoT Communication segment provides mobile phones, tablet terminals, electronic dictionaries, calculators and facsimiles, among others. The Health & Environment System segment provides refrigerator, overheated steam oven, microwave oven, small cooking appliances. The Business Solution segment provides Point of Sale (POS) system equipment, electronic register, business projector, information display, among others. The Camera Module segment provides camera modules, camera module manufacturing facilities. The Electronic Device segment provides sensor module, proximity sensor and dust sensor, among others. The Energy Solution segment provides solar cell, and storage battery. The Display Device segment provides liquid crystal diode (LCD) color TV and Blu-ray disc recorder.
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* U.S. ITC VOTES TO PROBE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY DEVICES AND COMPONENTS AFTER SHARP CORP FILES COMPLAINT -STATEMENT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, reported a 37% decline in annual operating profit and refrained from releasing an earnings outlook for the current year because of uncertainty over the novel coronavirus impact.
Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, cut its full-year profit forecast by 48% on Friday, as demand for technology devices took a hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
* SHARP CORP TO PRODUCE SURGICAL MASKS AT SITES IN EUROPE, INDIA & CHINA TO MEET INCREASED DEMAND CAUSED BY CORONAVIRUS - NIKKEI
Sharp Corp has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the Japanese unit of Tesla Inc, seeking an injunction to halt imports of some electric vehicles (EV) to Japan, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
Japan's Sharp Corp said on Wednesday it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against U.S. TV brand Vizio Inc and two others, seeking an injunction to ban one of Vizio's TV products in the United States.
Japan's Sharp Corp <6753.T> on Tuesday reported a 38.5% increase in third-quarter operating profit thanks to gains at its smart appliance division and cost reduction efforts.
Cash-strapped Japan Display Inc <6740.T> is discussing the sale of its main smartphone screen factory to Apple Inc <AAPL.O> and Sharp Corp <6753.T> for as much as $820 million, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday.
* Japan Display still owes Apple more than $800 mln for the plant
Japan Display Inc is discussing the sale of its key smartphone screen factory to Apple Inc and Sharp Corp for 80 billion to 90 billion yen ($730 million-$820 million), the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday.
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY HAS DECIDED TO EXPAND BRAND LICENSING AGREEMENT BETWEEN ITS 100%-OWNED UNIT VESTEL TICARET AND SHARP CORPORATION BY INCLUDING SMART PRODUCTS UNTIL END OF 2024
Japan's Sharp Corp <6753.T>, an Apple <AAPL.O> supplier, posted a profit that beat expectations and was its first rise in five quarters, driven by the strength in the laptop business it bought from Toshiba <6502.T>.
Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple supplier, posted a 0.6% rise in quarterly operating profit on strength in the laptop business it bought from Toshiba.
Shares of Apple supplier Sharp Corp tumbled 14% on Friday given concerns about an escalating China-U.S. trade war, even as the Japanese firm said a day earlier that it would build a plant in Vietnam to ease any impact on its business.
Sharp Corp reported a 41% drop in quarterly operating profit as an escalating trade war between the United States and China dampened demand for its electronics devices and television sets.
Laptop computer maker Dynabook, a unit of Japan's Sharp Corp <6753.T>, on Tuesday said it aimed to go public in the fiscal year 2021.
Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, said on Thursday it would not meet its mid-term profit target in the current fiscal year after a shift in focus, and that a U.S.-China trade war is impacting its relationship with clients.
Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, said on Thursday it expects its operating profit to rise 18.8 percent this year, but well below its target.
Sharp Corp will re-enter the U.S. TV market later this year, the Japanese electronics company said on Wednesday, adding it had effectively regained the license for its own TV brand sold to China's Hisense Group four years ago.
Japanese electronics maker Sharp cut its full-year outlook, citing U.S.-China trade frictions and weaker demand from a major unnamed client.
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