Share Allocation Paved Way For Tense Toshiba-western Digital Reconciliation

Share allocation paved way for tense Toshiba-Western Digital reconciliation

Troubled Toshiba Corp. now looks likely to settle a dispute with its erstwhile U.S. partner Western Digital Corp. What made that possible, however, was the some 600-billion-yen third-party allocation of shares on Dec. 5 that saved the Japanese tech giant from financial oblivion.

Toshiba at first planned to extricate itself from its capital deficit by spinning off and selling its semiconductor unit, Toshiba Memory, by March 2018. If it didn't succeed, there were serious fears the iconic electronics firm would be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange. However, the massive share offering suddenly meant that Toshiba no longer had to rush the memory unit sale, giving it an advantage in its negotiations with Western Digital.

Tmeic Promotes Local Production Aiming For World No. 1 Share In Pv Inverters (1)

TMEIC Promotes Local Production Aiming for World No. 1 Share in PV Inverters (1)

Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corp (TMEIC), which boasts by far the top share in large-capacity PV inverters for domestic mega (large-scale) solar power plants, has been accelerating its overseas strategy.

The company started operation of new PV inverter factories in the USA and India in August and October this year, respectively. TMEIC has been improving the sales performance in the two countries and has been competing with major European manufacturers for the top share.

Late Try Sees Ntt Comms Share Spoils With Kobe Steel

Late try sees NTT Comms share spoils with Kobe Steel

Kobe Kobelco Steelers and NTT Communications Shining Arcs drew 28-28 on Saturday at Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground as the Japan Rugby Top League resumed after a five-week break.

A bizarre ending saw Kobe's Ryohei Yamanaka (deliberate knock-on) and Andries Bekker (high tackle) both sent to the sin bin after the final hooter, allowing NTT one last chance to draw level.

Switch Could Command 40% Market Share If Pokemon Releases In 2018

Switch Could Command 40% Market Share If Pokemon Releases In 2018

Earlier this year during E3 2017, it was confirmed that a new Pokemon RPG was being developed for the Nintendo Switch. No doubt this is pretty exciting news for gamers and Pokemon fans who probably relish the idea of playing the game on the Switch at home and on the go.

However fans and gamers aren't the only ones excited about the prospect. NPD analyst Mat Piscatella also seems to be pretty excited at the idea, where in a series of posts made on the  ResetEra forums (via DualShockers), he claims that if Pokemon for the Switch were to be released next year, it could easily see Nintendo claim as much as 40% of the console hardware market.

Hotel, Shops Will Share New Cruise Ship Terminal In Yokohama

Hotel, shops will share new cruise ship terminal in Yokohama

YOKOHAMA--The Minato Mirai waterfront district here will become even more bustling in spring 2019 with the opening of a new passenger ship terminal, which aims to attract additional foreign cruise ships.

Ocean liners including luxury Diamond Princess are scheduled to arrive at and depart from the terminal about 80 times annually as their home port in Asia.

Fujifilm Launches New Instax Share Sp-3 Photo Printer

These days with our photos being stored digitally on our smartphones, cameras, memory cards, and in the cloud, and with sharing being mostly done virtually, it doesn't really come as a surprise that there is a lesser need for physical prints of photos, unless they are for special occasions or for commercial purposes, or maybe you just like it the old school way.

If you do enjoy physical printouts of photos, then you'll be pleased to learn that Fujifilm has recently taken the wraps off the Instax Share SP-3 photo printer. This is sort of the successor to last year's Instax SP-2, although as you can clearly tell, Fujifilm has decided to give the printer a bit of a modern design. However putting the design aside, at its core the SP-3 is pretty much the same as its predecessors where users can print photos on the fly

With New Camry, Toyota Eyes Bigger Share Of Ailing Us Sedan Market

With new Camry, Toyota eyes bigger share of ailing US sedan market

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp on Monday said it was committed to the ailing U.S. sedan market and that it expected a new model of its Camry, the top-selling passenger car in the United States for decades, to help boost the company's sales in the segment. The automaker said it was "inconceivable" that mid-size sedans would disappear from the market, and that any move by its rivals to stop selling what was once among the most popular vehicles would allow Toyota to boost its presence. Cheap U.S. gasoline prices have prompted drivers to opt for larger SUVs and pick-up trucks.

Nissan Begins Campaign To Share Information On All-new Nissan Leaf

Nissan begins campaign to share information on all-new Nissan LEAFToday, the world gets its first glimpse at the next-generation LEAF, the next chapter in Nissan's Intelligent Zero-Emissions Mobility.
This "teaser" image, released via social media channels and to current LEAF owners, is the first in a series of photos and informational briefs scheduled this summer in preparation for the global reveal of the new Nissan LEAF later this year.

Crown Prince Eager To Share In Joys, Suffering Of The People

Crown prince eager to share in joys, suffering of the peopleCrown Prince Naruhito, marking his 57th birthday on Feb. 23, revealed he was "deeply moved" by his father's concerns about being able to continue to fulfill his role as a symbol of the state.
Naruhito shared his feelings on the matter at a news conference held two days earlier, his first since Emperor Akihito delivered a video message to the nation last August expressing his wish to eventually abdicate in favor of his elder son.

Share Our Passion: Stowmarket Judo Club

Share our passion: Stowmarket Judo ClubWant to try a new sport in 2017? Gail sings the praises of judo, where ‘the females always fight harder!’

Ealife: I’m a bit… ahem… more flabby than I ought to be. Does that rule me out?

Gail Aldous, Stowmarket Judo Club treasurer and welfare officer: No, not at all – all weights are catered for. Judo is a surprisingly tough and hard workout which would help with overall fitness for everyone.