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January 9, 2013
07:54 EDTSKUL, SNESkullcandy's share decline makes it a takeover target, Bloomberg reports
Audio accessories firm Skullcandy (SKUL) has become a takeover target after its shares dropped more than nearly every other IPO over the past year and a half, reports Bloomberg. It's down 66% since it began trading in July 2011, and has performed worse than all but seven of the 185 U.S. IPOs completed since its debut, according to Bloomberg data. The shares slid to a record low of $6.70 last week after Jefferies Group recommended selling the stock. Potential suitors include Bose Corp. and Sony Corp. (SNE). Reference Link
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January 28, 2015
12:20 EDTSNESony to shut down 'Music Unlimited' service on March 29
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05:58 EDTSNESony to focus on Taiwan mid-range to high-end smartphone market, DigiTimes says
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05:58 EDTSNESharp estaimtes LCD TV shipments to reach 6M in FY14, DigiTimes reports
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January 27, 2015
13:19 EDTSNESony to cut additional 1,000 employees in smartphone business, Nikkei says
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January 23, 2015
10:07 EDTSNEHigh option volume stocks
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06:17 EDTSNESony to delay earnings report due to last year's cyberattack
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January 22, 2015
06:54 EDTSNESony sees mobile success in Middle East and Africa, WSJ says
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January 21, 2015
06:36 EDTSNESony's 'The Interview' nets $40M in online and TV sales, Re/code says
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06:35 EDTSNESony planning to reduce headcount in Japan by 1,500, Variety reports
According to media reports in Japan, Variety reports that Sony is planning to reduce its headcount in various divisions in Japan by about 1,500 by the end of FY14 through early retirement programs. The process, which began last August, involved Sony's corporate planning and finance departments, but has now been expanded to include corporate headquarters staff. Reference Link
January 20, 2015
18:38 EDTSNESony probed Indian operations for corruption, Bloomberg reports
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January 16, 2015
09:47 EDTSNEPolice arrest U.K. man in connection with Sony, Microsoft hack, Bloomberg says
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06:08 EDTSNESony may look to sell handset business, DigiTimes reports
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