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Vita sales continue to disappoint as Sony scales back expectations

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Back in May, Sony was confident that its newly launched Playstation Vita and aging PlayStation Portable would combine for a robust 16 million in sales for the fiscal year. Three months later, having sold only 1.8 million portable systems, the company lowered that forecast to 12 million units. Now, after...
Vita sales continue to disappoint as Sony scales back expectations

Sony earns first annual profit in five years after HQ sales

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Sony has managed to earn its first annual profit in five years, according to its most recent full-year financial report. Net income for the year ending March 31st saw the company earn 40 billion yen ($403 million), an improvement from the 456.7 billion yen ($6.4 billion at the time) loss...
Sony earns first annual profit in five years after HQ sales

RIAA Revenue Dwindles As Labels Cut Back

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The RIAA has submitted its latest tax filing to the IRS, covering the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011. Despite the long reporting delay, the figures are well worth a look as they show a massive decline in revenue for the music group. In just two years the RIAA’s entire...
RIAA Revenue Dwindles As Labels Cut Back

Sony forecasts record $6.4B loss as Samsung overtakes it in U.S. HDTV demand

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The pressure is building on new Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai to shape up the electronics giant. The company announced this morning that it will see a record $6.4 billion loss for the 2012 fiscal year (which ended in March) due to a tax hit, double its past projected annual...
Sony forecasts record $6.4B loss as Samsung overtakes it in U.S. HDTV demand
Sony is dumping nearly $1B into massive layoff and restructuring effort
iPhone 5 nears: Sharp to start shipping screens to Apple this month

EA’s focus: Brands, platforms, and talent

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Electronic Arts is a complex, multi-faceted company with $4 billion in annual revenues. But the company has simplified its strategy to focus on “brands, platforms, and talent,” according to chief executive John Riccitiello (pictured above, on left). In a conference call yesterday with analysts after EA reported its fourth-fiscal-quarter...
EA’s focus: Brands, platforms, and talent
Ballooning losses at Sharp lead to 5,000 job cuts

Fujitsu slashes profit target by 42 percent, blames Thai floods

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NEC revealed its financial woes to the world yesterday and now Fujitsu is doing the same. The Japanese computer giant originally expected to make ¥60 billion ($790 million) in the fiscal year ending March 31st, but its latest estimate suggests ¥35 billion ($460 million) may be closer to the mark....
Fujitsu slashes profit target by 42 percent, blames Thai floods
Panasonic reports $10.2 billion loss for 2012, plasma TV sales fall more than 40 percent
Sony Corp Sells Its U.S. Headquarter Building for $1.1B

Capcom reports $644.3M in digital revenue, up 6.4% quarter-over-quarter

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Capcom today reported net sales of 94.1 billion yen ($952.8 million) and 3 billion yen ($30.4 million) in net income for the 2013 fiscal year, which ended March 31, 2013. Compared to the Japanese gaming company’s yearly results in 2012, net income was down in 2013 by 55.8 percent and...
Capcom reports $644.3M in digital revenue, up 6.4% quarter-over-quarter

Capcom digital revenues up 39.2 percent year-over-year to $536.1M

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Capcom today saw increased revenue and profit in the first nine months of the 2012 fiscal year that ended Dec. 31, 2012, reporting net sales of 72.7 billion yen ($780.5 million), up 44.6 percent from the same term last year. Profit more than doubled, with a 104.9 percent increase from...
Capcom digital revenues up 39.2 percent year-over-year to $536.1M

Sharp posts $1.4 billion loss for the year, refocuses on mobile displays

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Sharp has announced that it made a loss of 117.1 billion yen ($1.4 billion) for the financial year ending March 2012. It comes after the company sold part of its LCD manufacturing business to Hon Hai, Sony withdrew from a joint venture and refused to deal with Sharp in...
Sharp posts $1.4 billion loss for the year, refocuses on mobile displays

Sony Says It Lost US$6.4 Billion Last Fiscal Year, Over Twice Earlier Forecast

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Sony expects its net loss for the fiscal year ending March 31 will be more than double what it forecast two months ago....
Sony Says It Lost US$6.4 Billion Last Fiscal Year, Over Twice Earlier Forecast

Sony expects full-year net loss to amount to $6.4 billion. Yes, that’s billion.

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Sony, oh Sony. It’s not enough that you’re replacing your president and CEO as well as the president and CEO of Sony Mobile in a matter of months. No, you had to go and tell the world that you’re forecasting a whopping $6.4 billion net loss (PDF) for the full...
Sony expects full-year net loss to amount to $6.4 billion. Yes, that’s billion.

Sony confirms 40 Sony Executives will forgo bonuses as electronics arm struggles

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It seems that struggling Sony is doing all it can to bolster its funds, after it emerged that senior executives are forgoing their bonuses following two straight unprofitable years from the company’s electronics arm. Earlier this morning, Bloomberg reported that a proposal from CEO Kazuo Hirai, asking that management forgo...
Sony confirms 40 Sony Executives will forgo bonuses as electronics arm struggles

Sony sells off Tokyo office for $1.2 billion to raise cash

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Sony has announced that it has sold off its Sony City Osaka, Tokyo-based headquarters for $1.2 billion. The struggling Japanese technology giant has sold the property to Nippon Building Fund and an unspecified Japanese institutional investor, but will remain the lessee for the next five years. About 40 percent of...
Sony sells off Tokyo office for $1.2 billion to raise cash

TweetDeck Twitter app will continue despite Companies House letter

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Multi-column app will soon cease to exist as an independent entity but will remain part of TwitterThe British company TweetDeck Ltd, which was bought by Twitter so it could gain control of the multi-column app for viewing the social networking site, will soon cease to exist as an independent entity...
TweetDeck Twitter app will continue despite Companies House letter

Panasonic Forecasts $10 Billion Loss

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Panasonic Corp. said Friday that it now expects to post a loss of more than $10 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, and cited a write-down related to its acquisition of a rival and hefty restructuring costs in its loss-making television business. If the company’s revised net-loss forecast...
Panasonic Forecasts $10 Billion Loss
Square Enix sells off its free-to-play titles Sleepy Giant, implements restructuring

Nintendo records its first annual loss, upbeat about 2013

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Nintendo has posted (pdf) its first annual loss turning in a result around $458 million into the red. The downturn has been blamed on the rise of mobile gaming on smartphones, and a lackluster holiday quarter where its aging Wii console and dramatic price reduction on the 3DS blew a...
Nintendo records its first annual loss, upbeat about 2013

Fujitsu Cuts Full-Year Profit Target 42% to 35 Billion Yen

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Fujitsu Ltd., Japan’s largest provider of computer services, cut its profit forecast about 42 percent from a previous estimate to 35 billion yen for the year ending March 31....
Fujitsu Cuts Full-Year Profit Target 42% to 35 Billion Yen

Fujitsu: weak Windows 8 demand means we'll miss target

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Fujitsu President Masami Yamamoto blamed weak demand for Microsoft's newest operating system for soft PC sales, telling reporters that that weak demand would cause Fujitsu to miss its annual shipment target for personal computers. For the year ending March 31, Fujitsu may ship more than six million units, well below...
Fujitsu: weak Windows 8 demand means we'll miss target
Sony announces 2,000 more layoffs

Sony says it lost $6.4 billion last fiscal year, over twice earlier forecast

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Sony expects its net loss for the fiscal year ending March 31 will be more than double what it forecast two months ago....
Sony says it lost $6.4 billion last fiscal year, over twice earlier forecast

Experian agrees $175m deal with Ybrant Digital to offload PriceGrabber and other comparison sites

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Information and financial services company Experian today announced that it has sold off PriceGrabber, LowerMyBills, and ClassesUSA.com to digital marketing firm Ybrant Digital for a $175 million. The deal will see the Indian company pay Experian $100m cash upon closing, with the further $75m arranged as a loan note, which will be used to repay money it...
Experian agrees $175m deal with Ybrant Digital to offload PriceGrabber and other comparison sites
Sharp said to be cutting 10K jobs, selling 3 plants to Foxconn
Sharp posts biggest ever annual loss amid another executive reshuffle

RIAA Makes Drastic Employee Cuts as Revenue Plummets

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The RIAA has submitted its latest tax filing to the IRS, covering the fiscal year ending March 31, 2012. The figures follow the trend we spotted last year and show a massive decline in revenue for the music group. In just two years overall revenue has reduced from to $34.8...
RIAA Makes Drastic Employee Cuts as Revenue Plummets
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