Sony Corp News

The Sony Corp news email is designed to help you to stay up-to-date with the giant electrical equipment manufacturer. This includes staying informed about the company's products as well as changes in its business, and its financial performance. Sony Corp is one of the largest electrical manufacturing companies in the world. It was established in 1946 and is based in Japan. The current chairman is Osamu Nagayama and the CEO is Kazuo Hirai. Its products include consumer devices like the Playstation as well as televisions, mobile phones, cameras, and audio/video equipment. It is also involved in several other industries, including music distribution. Its annual revenue is over $7 trillion (2014) but it is going through a period of restructuring, which is set to continue. This could see more product lines sold off, while other parts of the business will be shut down completely. So it is a period of change for Sony. If you have an interest in the company you can get the latest articles delivered straight to your email inbox through the Wiser Sony Corp digest service.

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