Toshiba Corp (6502.T)
19 Feb 2019
TOKYO Japan Display Inc said it expects to post its fifth straight year of net losses, with a late shift to organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens and slowing iPhone sales costing it orders from Apple Inc, its biggest client.
* Says in talks with multiple investors (Adds comments on talks with investors, background)
Hong Kong, Dec 28 (LPC) - Syndicated lending in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, grew for the first time in four years to US$484.82bn in 2018 and recorded the second-biggest annual tally since US$523bn in 2014, despite a muted year for event-driven financings amid increasing equity and bond market volatility.
TOKYO, Dec 27 Hong Kong-based activist fund Argyle Street Management asked Japan's Toshiba Corp on Thursday to exit more non-core businesses such as office machinery company Toshiba TEC to bolster margins of the once-mighty conglomerate.
TOKYO Toshiba Corp has no immediate plans to sell its 40.2 percent stake in Toshiba Memory Corp, its chief executive told Reuters, as the world's No. 2 producer of NAND flash memory chips prepares to go public within the next three years.
TOKYO, Dec 21 Toshiba Corp has no immediate plans to sell its 40.2 percent stake in Toshiba Memory Corp, its chief executive told Reuters, as the world's No. 2 producer of NAND flash memory chips prepares to go public within the next three years.
HONG KONG Global private equity firm Bain Capital LLC has closed its new Asia-focused fund at $4.65 billion, a person with direct knowledge said on Tuesday, exceeding its target and adding to the region's already record-high dry powder.
TOKYO Toshiba Corp announced on Thursday it is shedding assets, cutting jobs and buying back its stock starting this week, sending its shares up 13 percent, as the once-mighty Japanese conglomerate aims to regain investor confidence. | Video
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TOKYO/SINGAPORE Japan's Toshiba Corp will exit its U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) business by paying China's ENN Ecological Holdings Co more than $800 million to take over the unit as part of a plan to shed money-losing assets.