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Fujitsu Ltd Says To Buy Back Up To 2.71% Of Own Shares Worth 50 Billion Yen
Fujitsu And Autonomic Collaborate To Bring Advanced Mobility Services To Global Automakers
Fujitsu Bought Back 655,600 Own Shares For About 5 Billion Yen In Off-Floor Trading On Thursday
Fujitsu Limited is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the business of development, manufacture, sales and maintenance of a range of products and electronic devices. The Company is engaged in providing solutions in the field of information and communication technology. The Company's segments are Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Solutions and Device Solutions. The Technology Solutions segment provides system integration, solution / system indicator (SI), outsourcing service, network service, system support service and infrastructure service, among others. The Ubiquitous Solutions segment provides personal computers and mobile phones, audio / navigation equipment, mobile communication equipment, as well as mobile wear such as automotive electronic equipment. The Device Solutions segment provides large scale integrated circuits (LSI), semiconductor packages, batteries, mechanical parts such as relays and connectors, optical transceiver modules, electronic parts such as printed boards.
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Vingroup JSC, Vietnam's biggest-listed firm by market value, said on Friday it had signed a deal with Qualcomm and a unit of Japan's Fujitsu Ltd to produce 5G smartphones in the country.
Former Fujitsu executive Simon Blagden has been in talks about taking a seat in Britain's House of Lords and joining the Department for International Trade in a ministerial role, Sky News reported on Monday.
Fujitsu plans to close a personal computer and laptop factory in Germany, its last hardware production centre in Europe, potentially costing 1,800 jobs, it said on Friday.
* COMPLETES FORMING JV WITH FUJITSU Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Says it plans to transfer image retrieval and analysis business of sporting fields to a Tokyo-based successor preparatory company, with effective date on June 12
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* FUJITSU CAN NOW FORMALLY SELL AND DELIVER FUJITSU PC'S AND NOTEBOOKS WITH EMBEDDED HIDDN'S SECURE SAFEDISK SOLUTIONS
* SAYS FUJITSU'S CHINA UNIT SIGNS AGREEMENTS TO SELL 184.9 MILLION SHARES TO THREE COMPANIES INCLUDING NATIONAL INTEGRATED CIRCUIT INDUSTRY INVESTMENT FUND, FOR A COMBINED 1.7 BILLION YUAN ($269.35 million)
* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "A"-R&I
* FUJITSU RECALLS BATTERY PACKS FOR FUJITSU NOTEBOOK COMPUTERS AND WORKSTATIONS DUE TO FIRE AND BURN HAZARDS
Fujitsu Ltd said on Wednesday it had agreed to sell a majority stake in its wholly-owned mobile phone unit to investment fund Polaris Capital Group, as it sharpens focus on its main IT services business.
* Says it will set up a new company(JEMS) in February, to take over portable terminal manufacture business from unit FUJITSU PERIPHERALS LIMITED (FPE)
* Says it will transfer operation of SNS for senior to unit FUJITSU CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, effective March 30
Japan's Fujitsu Ltd said on Friday it was in talks about selling its mobile phone business to investment fund Polaris Capital Group, becoming the latest Japanese electronics maker to withdraw from the sector.
Japan's Nikkei share average edged up on Friday morning, with exporters supported by both the dollar regaining strength and a rise in U.S. stocks overnight, while Fujitsu soared after revealing talks to sell its mobile phone business.
Fujitsu Ltd said on Friday it was in talks to sell its mobile phone business to private equity firm Polaris Capital, a deal that the Nikkei newspaper reported could be worth around up to 50 billion yen ($455 million).
Fujitsu Ltd is planning to sell a majority stake in its mobile phone business to Japanese investment fund Polaris Capital Group for 40 billion yen to 50 billion yen ($365.6 million-$457.0 million), the Nikkei newspaper reported on Friday.
* FUJITSU WILL SELL MAJORITY STAKE IN UNIT FUJITSU CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES TO POLARIS CAPITAL GROUP FOR 40 BILLION YEN TO 50 BILLION YEN - NIKKEI Source text : (http://s.nikkei.com/2GiPSgc) Further company coverage:
* FUJITSU CHOOSES LATTICE'S SIBEAM SNAP WIRELESS CONNECTOR TECHNOLOGY TO SIMPLIFY USB CONNECTIONS IN NEXT-GENERATION TABLET PC Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* FLOWSCAPE ENTERS FIVE YEAR COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH SWEDISH FUJITSU Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
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