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Olympus Corp - Received Request From Individual Shareholder To Sue Auditor Kpmg Azsa Llc For 88.67 Billion Yen For Past Breach Of Duty
Monday, 4 Mar 2019 

Olympus Corp <7733.T>::OLYMPUS CORP - RECEIVED REQUEST FROM INDIVIDUAL SHAREHOLDER TO SUE AUDITOR KPMG AZSA LLC FOR 88.67 BILLION YEN FOR PAST BREACH OF DUTY.  Full Article

Olympus VP Yasuo Takeuchi To Be President And CEO From April 1
Friday, 11 Jan 2019 

Jan 11 (Reuters) - Japan's Olympus Corp <7733.T>::VP YASUO TAKEUCHI TO BE PRESIDENT AND CEO FROM APRIL 1.TO FORMULATE A TRANSFORMATION PLAN AIMED AT BECOMING A GLOBAL MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANY.WILL STRENGTHEN SUPERVISING AND MONITORING FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD BY APPOINTING NEW DIRECTORS WITH GLOBAL AND MULTILATERAL EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE.  Full Article

Olympus Corp Cancels $88 Million Bond Float - Nikkei
Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018 

Nov 22 (Reuters) - NIKKEI::OLYMPUS CORP CANCELS $88 MILLION BOND FLOAT - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Olympus says unit Olympus (Shenzhen) Industrial suspends operation
Monday, 7 May 2018 

May 7 (Reuters) - Olympus Corp <7733.T>:Says its unit Olympus (Shenzhen) Industrial Ltd., suspends operation on May 7 .  Full Article

Hon Hai Precision Industry unit disposes 273,600 shares of Olympus for 1.17 bln yen
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017 

Dec 20(Reuters) - Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd <2317.TW>:Says co's unit HEROIC LEGEND ENTERPRISES LTD disposes 273,600 shares of Olympus Corporation <<<7733.T>>> for 1.17 billion yen in total (4,269.1146 yen per share).Gain from sale of these shares is T$110.9 million .  Full Article

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Breakingviews - Toshiba invites foreigners to strut their stuff

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - Toshiba is back at the vanguard. The embattled $18 billion conglomerate led the way in Japan on everything from radar to laptop computers. Now it has nominated four non-Japanese directors for an expanded and more independent board. It’s a bold step in a country slowly rethinking corporate governance. Given previous failed experiments with outsiders, the company’s experience will be a litmus test.