Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative

Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative

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New These are tough times at Sharp and the company is out to retain every yen that it can. Now the financially troubled Japanese firm has revealed it has set aside close to $350 million (27 billion yen) to offer its staff voluntary redundancy packages. Earlier this month the company announced...
Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative
                                       

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