Sharp mortgages itself to the hilt just to keep going

Sharp mortgages itself to the hilt just to keep going

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New Sharp has mortgaged its offices and factory buildings in order to raise the cash it needs to stay in business, according to Reuters. It's cut a deal with banks for nearly $2 billion in short-term credit secured on its assets -- including the factory that reportedly produces displays for...
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