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Last $48.75 USD
Change Today -5.02 / -9.34%
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kyocera corp (KYOCF) Key Developments

Kyocera Announces Deployment of Recrystallized Ruby in Casio Oceanus Watches

Kyocera Corporation has announced the deployment of its recrystallized blue sapphire gemstones for the new Casio OCEANUS lineup of solar-powered, radio-controlled watches. Developed based on Kyocera's unique crystal technology, the synthetic mineral realizes luminous elegance in the new watch design. As the latest model of the OCEANUS lineup, the watch features Kyocera's recrystallized blue sapphire on its crown and the pipe at the center of the second hand. Imagining a view from space, the deep blue radiance of the sapphire is reminiscent of the earth at night, highlighted by gold coating to express the brightness of the city. The blue sapphire adds elegance to its design and appropriately fits with Casio's OCEANUS product concept. In addition to the OCEANUS, Kyocera's recrystallized ruby has been utilized for a limited-edition model of Casio's G-SHOCK watch design, which expressed the strength and beauty of the watch. Kyocera also offers synthetic opal material featuring unique iridescence, which were also utilized in Casio's watches including the G-SHOCK lineup and SHEEN lineup of women's watches. Launched last month as a limited edition, the new product is available worldwide (excluding some regions). In addition to watches, Kyocera's gemstones have been utilized in a wide range of applications including jewelry, eye glasses and brassiere ornaments.

Kyocera Corp., Q1 2016 Earnings Call, Jul 30, 2015

Kyocera Corp., Q1 2016 Earnings Call, Jul 30, 2015

Kyocera Corp. Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended June 30, 2015; Provides Earnings Guidance for Fiscal 2016

Kyocera Corp. reported consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015. The company reported net sales of JPY 339,247 million, profit from operations of JPY 32,583 million, income before income taxes of JPY 47,010 million, net income attributable to common shareholders of JPY 31,575 million or JPY 86.07 per diluted share against net sales of JPY 334,714 million, profit from operations of JPY 18,782 million, income before income taxes of JPY 30,680 million, net income attributable to common shareholders of JPY 19,467 million or JPY 53.06 per diluted share a year ago. Capital expenditures were JPY 16,014 million compared to JPY 14,984 million a year ago. The company expects net sales of JPY 1,600,000 million, profit from operations of JPY 160,000 million, income before income taxes of JPY 184,000 million, net income attributable to common shareholders of JPY 120,000 million or JPY 327.10 per diluted share for fiscal 2016 and capital expenditures of JPY 70,000 million.

Kyocera Corp. and Microsoft Settle Patent Suit over Android Phones

Microsoft sued Kyocera Corp. over allegations its Android phones violated seven Microsoft patents, in March. The two companies settled the suit and simultaneously signed an expanded patent-licensing arrangement. The new patent agreement "enables the companies to use a broader range of each other's technologies in their respective products through a patent cross license. No further details - including which technologies were being cross-licensed, details of payments etc, were disclosed by the two companies.

Kyocera Corporation and Microsoft Corp. Expand Technology Sharing Agreement

On July 3, 2015, Kyocera and Microsoft Corp. announced that they have signed an agreement expanding on a prior patent licensing arrangement. The new agreement enables the companies to use a broader range of each other's technologies in their respective products through a patent cross license. In addition to strengthening the partnership between the two companies, it also resolves a patent infringement lawsuit brought earlier in 2015 in U.S. District Court. The remaining details of the agreement are confidential.

 

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