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Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Sharp plans to spin off LCD panel unit, ask government-supported investment fund for help   —  Sharp Seeks to Spin Off LCD Panel Unit  —  Troubled Japanese electronics provider plans to ask government-supported investment fund for help  —  TOKYO—Sharp Corp., the troubled Japanese electronics provider …
Apr 5, 2015, 10:10 AMIn context
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Sony tries crowdfunding again for Qrio Smart Lock, which lets smartphones control door locks   —  Sony Taps Crowdfunding Wisdom on Smart Lock  —  After a positive response to its e-paper Fes Watch, Sony Corp. has turned to the Makuake crowdfunding site again as it seeks to fine-tune the Qrio Smart Lock …
Dec 13, 2014, 12:45 AMIn context
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Sony put its e-paper watch on a crowd-funding site in September under the name “FES Watch” to gauge interest, promises delivery after May   —  Who's Behind the E-paper FES Watch?  —  As it seeks to differentiate itself in a competitive market, Sony is developing watches and bow ties using electronic paper.
Nov 28, 2014, 2:30 PMIn context
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Sony replaces head of mobile division as its smartphone business continues to struggle   —  Sony Replaces Mobile Division Head  —  Hiroki Totoki Has Been Widely Viewed as Instrumental in Sony's Structural Reforms  —  TOKYO— Sony Corp. on Thursday named Senior Vice President Hiroki Totoki …
Oct 30, 2014, 6:20 AMIn context
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
New on Messaging App Line: Stock Trading   —  In Asia, people are using messaging apps to do a lot more than just send messages.  Popular Asian apps like Line, WeChat and Kakao Talk all offer many additional features like photo-sharing, games and online shopping.  Now, you can add one more to the list: stock trading.
Aug 13, 2014, 5:50 AMIn context
Takashi Mochizuki / Wall Street Journal:
Japan Government Says Bitcoin Not a Currency   —  Government Also Says Commercial Banks Not Allowed to Provide Bitcoin as a Product  —  TOKYO—The Japanese government officially said Friday that bitcoin is not a currency and will not be regulated as a financial product.
Mar 7, 2014, 1:55 AMIn context

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