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Sharp cuts 70 jobs from its mobile business in China but denies it will exit the market

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Sharp has confirmed that it is laying off 70 employees from its mobile business in China, but the company maintains it will not exit the country’s phone market, according to local media reports. A Sharp PR representative told Chinese new site National Business Daily that the firm is adjusting its business...
Sharp cuts 70 jobs from its mobile business in China but denies it will exit the market

Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative

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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

Guardian's 'digital-first' means more losses, more lay-offs

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Guardian News & Media is re-opening its voluntary redundancy programme after its “digital-first” survival strategy‘s first year resulted in much higher company losses. Operating loss grew 42 percent from £33.1 million to £44.2 million ($69 million) – blamed by the publisher on “investment in digital platforms and set-up costs for...
Guardian's 'digital-first' means more losses, more lay-offs

Ailing tech giant Sharp confirms key $4.6 billion financing deal

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Japanese tech firm Sharp has confirmed that it has close an agreement for a key $4.6 billion financing deal to help bail it out of the serious financial issues that are plaguing the 100-year-old company. A note on Sharp’s investor site details the “working capital loan” which will see Mizuho...
Ailing tech giant Sharp confirms key $4.6 billion financing deal

Microsoft mulls redundancy program in France, blames Google

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Microsoft’s subsidiary in France has presented a redundancy plan to its works council, a consultative committee, the French financial newspaper La Tribune reports. A first for the company, this plan would entail voluntary redundancy for 30 staff members of its ‘Advertising & Online’ division. According to Microsoft France, this division’s...
Microsoft mulls redundancy program in France, blames Google

Troubled Sharp plans to cut 11,000 jobs worldwide, raise $2.74 billion by selling assets

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It’s not been a great year for Japanese electronics giant Sharp, but things are going to take a turn for the worse before they get better, after plans to lay-off 11,000 staff and generate $2.74 billion from asset sales were leaked to Japanese news outlet Kyodo News. The company, which...
Troubled Sharp plans to cut 11,000 jobs worldwide, raise $2.74 billion by selling assets

Sharp's plan for 2,000 early retirements proves popular as 3,000 staff exit

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Sharp’s latest round of cost cutting has seen the Japanese tech struggler grant close to 3,000 staff voluntary retirement, that’s despite the company only setting out to let 2,000 employees go. The company opened the voluntary scheme back in August and it proved to be so popular with employees (well, who wouldn’t want the...
Sharp's plan for 2,000 early retirements proves popular as 3,000 staff exit

Sharp president reportedly heads to Taiwan to close key deal with Hon Hai

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Sharp is on the rocks right now, there’s little doubt in that, and its biggest hope for a revival lies in the hands on Hon Hai — the parent company of Apple partner Foxconn — and it looks like this week is d-time for a mooted deal between the companies....
Sharp president reportedly heads to Taiwan to close key deal with Hon Hai
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