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    1. October 22, 2014

      Japan: Power switch weighs on Abe

      ...to Japan’s “nuclear village” of the economy ministry, the power companies and plant-builders such as Hitachi and Toshiba. One complained that the final report on the Satsumasendai plant in September was little changed from the preliminary report...By Ben McLannahan

    2. October 16, 2014

      Japan Display shares tumble as it warns of swing into the red

      ...and low-end handset makers. Japan Display was created in 2012 by merging the liquid crystal display units of Hitachi, Toshiba and Sony, and had been touted as one of the few turnround stories in Japan’s crowded tech space. Analysts and investors...Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

    3. Nick Butler

      October 8, 2014

      Hinkley Point: the nuclear winners and losers

      ...rising prices. Much now depends on whether the other potential suppliers of nuclear power, including companies such as Toshiba, General Electric and Hitachi which we excluded from the negotiations around Hinkley, can now come forward with a deal which...Nick Butler

    1. August 21, 2014

      A laptop choice for every price range

      ...Aspire S7, which costs $1,300 (£1,000), because of its superb screen and spectacularly thin design. Similarly, Toshiba’s Kira ultrabook (from $1,000) with an Intel Core i7 processor is worth considering because of its powerful processor...By Paul Taylor

    2. July 31, 2014

      Japan’s workers still wait for wage boost

      ...have indeed been creeping up since March. Yet in spite of higher settlements at big companies such as Toyota, Honda and Toshiba during the spring round of wage negotiations, the aggregate figures suggest most companies are still reluctant to cast off...By Ben McLannahan in Tokyo

    3. July 7, 2014

      When the gadgets get tough

      ...technology. Earlier this year Sony announced plans to jettison its Vaio laptop business following years of disappointing sales. Toshiba, meanwhile, split its PC business from its television unit after a bid to make cost savings by combining them in 2011 failed...By Jennifer Thompson in Tokyo

    4. June 28, 2014

      O’Reilly faces prospect of forced asset sale

      ...mansion in Fitzwilliam Square in central Dublin. He also owned substantial stakes in smart grid maker Landis+Gyr, acquired by Toshiba for $2.3bn in 2011, and Heinz, which was bought by Warren Buffett for $28bn last year.By Vincent Boland in Dublin

    5. June 25, 2014

      Foxconn sues Toshiba, Funai and Mitsubishi over patents

      ...to monetise its growing technology base. The suit against Toshiba Corporation, Funai Electric Company, and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation...notebooks, tablets and smart phones. Representatives from Toshiba, Funai, and Mitsubishi could not be reached for comment...By Charles Clover in Beijing

    6. May 29, 2014

      Dish Network signs up to accepting Bitcoin

      ...merchants, 50 per cent of which are in the US and 30 per cent in Europe. It recently signed a deal to integrate its technology with Toshiba cash registers in the hope of encouraging more small businesses to accept Bitcoin.By Stephen Foley in New York

    7. May 16, 2014

      Toshiba turns a new leaf with diversification into lettuce

      ...that breadth was a source of strength. Toshiba is proving no exception with the electronics...just south of Tokyo. But the move by Toshiba – which also constructs power plants and...costs and focus on their core businesses. Toshiba argues its farming project is logical as...By Jennifer Thompson in Tokyo

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