Company Overview of Sharp Corporation
Sharp Corporation manufactures and sells electronic communication equipment, electronic equipment, electronic application equipment, and electronic components in Japan and internationally. The company’s digital information equipment comprise LCD color televisions, color televisions, projectors, Blu-ray disc recorders and players, mobile phones, tablet devices, electronic dictionaries, calculators, facsimiles, telephones, etc. Its health and environment equipment include refrigerators, superheated steam ovens, microwave ovens, small cooking appliances, air conditioners, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, air fans, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, plasmacluster ion generators, electr...
Founded in 1912
Key Executives for Sharp Corporation
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Sharp Corporation Key Developments
Sharp Corp. Announces Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended September 2015
Oct 30 15
Sharp Corp. announced earnings results for the six months ended September 2015. For the period, the company posted an JPY 83.6 billion net loss, down from a small profit a year earlier, while revenue fell 3.6% to JPY 1.28 trillion.
Sharp Corporation In Talks For Sale Of LCD Business
Oct 30 15
Sharp Corporation (TSE:6753) said it was in talks with several companies about LCD business. "I cannot provide any names, but we are currently in negotiations with multiple companies," Kozo Takahashi, Chief Executive Officer of Sharp Corporation told an earnings briefing, adding that he could not say when any deal would be finalized.
SoftBank Group Corp. Plans to Form a Joint Venture with Sharp Corporation
Oct 29 15
SoftBank Group Corp. is planning to form a joint venture (JV) with Sharp Corporation to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for developers of solar projects. Both the companies are based in Japan. SoftBank will own a majority stake in the new JV, which is expected to have capital of around $1 million. The JV, which will be launched in December, will offer panel installation and maintenance services, initially to some 30 solar power plants operated by SoftBank's solar energy subsidiary in Japan.
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