TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Sharp Corp is considering having its chairman, Mikio Katayama, retire and also scrapping advisory posts as part of efforts to speed up a business revival under its president, Takashi Okuda, Kyodo news agency reported on Sunday...
Not even a full moon cycle has passed since Sharp's president, Takashi Okuda, trumpeted the fact that his firm was one of the chosen few selected to provide screens for the new iPhone. Now, according to Reuters the troubled company has...Show More Summary
Takashi Okuda, Sharp's new president, acknowledged at press briefing about the company's quarterly earnings that Sharp is one of the key display suppliers of Apple's upcoming iPhone that will begin shipping in August. Okuda declined to make any more further comments on the displays.
Sharp president Takashi Okuda said that panels will begin to ship next month, bringing a glimmer of hope to investors.
In what amounts to another major chunk of evidence suggesting that Apple’s 6th generation iPhone is coming soon, on Thursday in Toyko, Sharpp’s new president Takashi Okuda confirmed the August shipment of screens for the refreshed iPhone. Okuda wouldn’t, however, reveal any additional details about the eagerly anticipated Apple smartphone. Sources earlier told Reuters that [...]
On Thursday, Sharp’s new president, Takashi Okuda, said that his company will begin shipping iPhone displays starting this month, according to a report from Reuters. Okuda made the statement at a press event following the release of Sharp’s quarterly earnings report. Sharp’s president didn’t make note of the display’s size, but Reuters reports that the [...]
Apple's component suppliers seem almost eager to stoke iPhone rumor fires, and all the hot, hot consumer anticipation surrounding them. On Thursday, Sharp's new president, Takashi Okuda, said that his company will begin shipping iPhone displays starting this month.
Further evidence that Apple's next generation iPhone is on track for a fall release: Sharp president Takashi Okuda said today that the company will begin shipping screens for the new device this month. Sources say those screens will measure 4-inches diagonally, significantly larger than those used in the iPhone 4S. Show More Summary
Sharp revealed today that it will begin shipping new smartphone screens to Apple this month, which are widely expected to end up in the iPhone 5, Reuters reports. Sharp President Takashi Okuda said simply, “Shipments will start in August,” during …
Speaking at a press event after announcing its quarterly earnings, Sharp president Takashi Okuda said then company was preparing to ship displays for the new iPhone. Reuters quotes Okuda as saying, "Shipments will start in August." He did not provide any additional details on the phone or the technology behind the display. Show More Summary
It would appear that everything is on schedule for a new iPhone release in the next few months. The most recent evidence of this fact comes by way of Takashi Okuda, Sharp’s president who informed journalists that the display screens for the iPhone 5 are excepted to leave Sharp manufacturing plants this month and begin [...]
Reuters reports that Sharp president Takashi Okuda today made a rare public reference to an unreleased Apple device, acknowledging that his company will begin shipping displays for the next-generation iPhone this month.Japan's Sharp Corp. Show More Summary
Breaking the #1 rule of Apple partnership (not talking shipping Apple products), Sharp President Takashi Okuda today said that the company would be shipping iPhone displays this month. Japan’s Sharp Corp. said it will start shipping screens destined for a new Apple iPhone that is widely expected to be released in October ahead of the pre-Christmas shopping [...]
Japan's Sharp Corporation will begin shipping display components to Apple in August. This according to their new president, Takashi Okuda, who made the statement during Sharp's latest quarterly earnings report. The report wasn't exactly...Show More Summary
Sharp will supply Apple with screens for a new redesigned iPhone starting this month, according to Reuters. The news comes from Sharp's president Takashi Okuda, who briefed reporters this week. The next iPhone is expected to have a larger, 4-inch screen, new design, and the ability to connect to LTE data networks. Show More Summary
In an effort to end today's dismal earnings report on a high, Sharp's president Takashi Okuda has purposefully let slip that his company is among those contracted to manufacture displays for a new iPhone. We already have numerous reasons...Show More Summary
TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) - An expected $3.5 billion record net loss as TV sales slumped is raising a red flag with investors worried that Sharp has fumbled its business strategy. Takashi Okuda's appointment as its new boss suggests it is not about to fli...
In a move similar to the ones seen at fellow struggling Japanese electronics giants Sony and Panasonic, Sharp has announced a change at the top, swapping out president Mikio Katayama (kicked upstairs to the position of Director, Chairman) for current executive officer Takashi Okuda. Show More Summary