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Landis+Gyr Lays Out its Financial Health, as Parent Company Toshiba Faces Crisis

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba, smart meter and grid networking player Landis+Gyr doesn’t have to report its financials in the same detail as public rivals like Itron and Silver Spring Networks. But with Toshiba facing a financial crisis tied to cost overruns at its U.S. Show More Summary

Toshiba Samples 64-Layer 512 Gb BiCS 3D NAND, Announces 1 TB BGA SSD

Toshiba on Wednesday said that it had begun to sample its latest BiCS 3D NAND flash memory chips with 64 word layers and 512 Gb capacity. A co-development project with Western Digital, the two companies intend to produce the new ICs (integrated circuits) in high volume sometimes in the second half of this year. Show More Summary

Apple, Foxconn & TSMC consider swooping in on Toshiba's flash memory business

Apple, Foxconn, and TSMC are among a group of over 10 companies hoping to win a majority stake in Toshiba's flash memory business, reports say.

Toshiba selling medical leasing unit to Canon

AP — Embattled Japanese electronics maker Toshiba is selling its stake in a medical equipment leasing company to Canon for 31.4 billion yen ($277 million). Toshiba said Tuesday it is selling its entire 65 percent stake in Toshiba Medical Finance Co. Show More Summary

Money-losing Toshiba selling medical leasing unit to Canon

Embattled Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp. is selling its stake in a medical equipment leasing company to Canon Inc. for 31.4 billion yen ($277 million).

Why Its Big Bet On Westinghouse Nuclear Is Bankrupting Toshiba

Submitted by Michael Shellenberger via EnvironmentProgress.org, Toshiba, the venerable 80 year old Japanese electronics giant, appears to be going bankrupt. Toshiba was supposed to have announced at least $6.3 billion in losses during an earnings call yesterday. Show More Summary

One Toshiba Lesson - Organizations With Venerable Corporate Names Can Be Risky Acquisitions

Toshiba is struggling to survive. After a series of purchases and deals that gradually took Toshiba a long way from its core competencies, the company is facing large future losses. It is responsible for completing a massive amount of difficult work with little or no upside potential.

Nuclear Revival Hits Another Pothole

(Steven Hayward) Japan’s electronics giant Toshiba is on the verge of bankruptcy, and the Financial Times is reporting that this is attributable to Toshiba’s decision to go big into a revival of nuclear power through its acquisitionShow More Summary

Toshiba Considering Selling Majority Of Its Flash Business

The Toshiba sale of a majority of its flash business could change the NAND flash market. As solid-state memory finds its way into more and more current and enables new applications companies will be vying for advantages.

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For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning: –Up to 40% off select PC Networking, Storage and Drives accessories –Toshiba Canvio Premium 2 TB Portable Hard Drive...Show More Summary

Toshiba Announces MN-Series HDDs: Up to 8 TB

Toshiba has announced a new family of 3.5" hard drives for home and SOHO NAS devices. The new MN-series HDDs have up to 8 TB of capacity and support some of the features found in Toshiba’s enterprise-class hard drives. The performance...Show More Summary

Toshiba facing bankruptcy, total disintegration thanks to bad bets on nuclear power

Toshiba went into meltdown today, announcing a $3.4 billion loss, a write-down of $6.2 billion, and the collapse of its nuclear construction business. The firm, which employs more than 200,000 people worldwide, is facing bankruptcy. The post Toshiba facing bankruptcy, total disintegration thanks to bad bets on nuclear power appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Toshiba Might Sell Majority Of Semiconductor Business Following $6.3 Billion Nuclear Loss

Toshiba announced today that it is taking a $6.3 billion write-down due to losses in its nuclear business, and as a result, it may sell a majority stake in its semiconductor business.

Toshiba Is $6.3 Billion in the Hole After Some Terrible Business Decisions

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Toshiba, one of Japan’s most storied companies, is in serious trouble. The company was supposed to report its quarterly earnings on the Tokyo Stock Exchange today, but it never showed up. Instead, it said it wasn’t ready and begged for another month to file. Read more...

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