Panasonic Plunges on $9.6 Billion Loss Forecast

Panasonic Corp., Japan’s second-biggest TV maker, plunged by the daily limit in Tokyo trading after forecasting a loss 30 times bigger than analyst estimates because of restructuring costs and falling demand.
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42:18 - Kevin Plank, founder and chief executive officer at Under Armour, and author and Bloomberg View Columnist Michael Lewis discuss the merits of doing an initial public offering and the mistake most businesses make when they become a public company. They speak on "Bloomberg ‹GO›" (Source: Bloomberg)
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