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January 4, 2013
08:14 EDTSHAW, TOSBFShaw's NEH sells 20% interest in Toshiba Nuclear Energy Holdings
Shaw (SHAW) says in an 8-K filing that on January 4, Nuclear Energy Holdings, a wholly owned special purpose subsidiary, sold its 20% equity interest in Toshiba Nuclear Energy Holdings (US) Inc. and Toshiba Nuclear Energy Holdings (UK) Limited, and their subsidiaries to Toshiba Corp. (TOSBF). Toshiba purchased the Shares at a price of Y$124.7B, the price prescribed in the Put Option Agreements entered into by the parties at the time of NEH’s original investment. The cash proceeds were deposited in trust to fund 96.7% of the future repayment of limited recourse bonds issued through the Japanese private placement market to fund NEH’s investment in Westinghouse. NEH will separately fund the Trust with the remaining 3.3%, $4.3B JPY, of the principal amount of the Westinghouse Bonds, plus the regularly scheduled semi-annual interest payment by March 15. The Trustee will repay the Westinghouse Bonds at their maturity on March 15.
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April 15, 2014
06:12 EDTTOSBFMicron is expected to invest in Kingston Solutions, DigiTimes says
Micron (MU) plans to contribute equity investments into NAND device supplier Kingston Solutions, a joint venture between Toshiba (TOSBF) and Phison Electronics, reports DigiTimes. According to the sources, Kingston Solutions will be able to optimize NAND flash from Toshiba and mobile RAM from Micron following the investment. Reference Link
April 11, 2014
06:08 EDTTOSBFMemory suppliers look to bundle NAND flash sales with DRAM chips, DigiTimes says
Some memory device suppliers may be pushing sales of NAND flash chips with DRAM chips in an effort to easy the oversupply of NAND flash products, reports DigiTimes. According to market sources, the prices of NAND chips have continued to decline this year due to the capacity ramps from major companies. Reference Link

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