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Canon Inc - COO Maeda To Step Down For Health Reasons, CEO Mitarai To Concurrently Serve As COO
Canon Withdraws Earnings Forecasts Citing Difficulty In Predicting End Of Coronavirus Impact
Kazuto Ogawa Assumes Role As President And CEO Of Canon U.S.A.
Canon Inc. is mainly engaged in the development, production, sale of office equipment, imaging systems, medical systems, industrial equipment and the provision of related services. The Company operates in four business segments. The Office segment provides office multifunction machines, laser multifunction machines, laser printers, digital continuous slip printers, digital cut sheet planters, wide format printers, and document solutions. The Imaging System segment's products include lens-interchangeable digital cameras, compact digital cameras, digital video cameras, digital cinema cameras and others. The Industrial Equipment and Others segment provides semiconductor exposure devices, FPD exposure devices, vacuum thin film forming devices, organic EL display manufacturing devices, die bonders, micromotors, network cameras, handy terminals and others. The Medical System segment provides digital radiography, X-ray diagnostic equipment, ultrasound diagnostic equipment and others.
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Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Director of Imaging Products Business, Representative Director
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Japanese camera and printer maker Canon <7751.T> was hit with a 28-million-euro (25 million pounds) fine on Thursday for jumping the gun in its acquisition of Toshiba Corp's <6502.T> medical unit three years ago before securing EU antitrust clearance.
Japan's Canon Inc expects its annual operating profit to drop for the first time in three years, as a Chinese economic slowdown and a stronger yen hit sales of cameras and panel-making equipment.
Japan's Canon Inc said on Wednesday it expected operating profit to drop 5.2 percent in 2019 as a Chinese economic slowdown hit demand for cameras and panel-making equipment.
Japan's Nikkei edged lower on Friday morning despite a rebound on Wall Street, as worries about earnings of domestic firms kept investors risk averse after Canon disappointed the market by lowering its annual profit forecast.
Japan's Canon Inc <7751.T> on Thursday lowered its full-year earnings outlook for the second time this year, citing lower sales of single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras and lean demand for semiconductor-producing equipment.
Japan's Canon Inc on Thursday lowered its full-year earnings outlook for the second time this year, citing lower sales of single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras and lean demand for semiconductor-producing equipment.
* Q2 operating profit climbs 4.4 pct to 98 bln yen (Adds comments from executive, background)
Japan's Canon Inc reported a 4.4 percent rise in second-quarter operating profit on Thursday, but lowered its full-year earnings outlook due to slower demand for its flat panel-making equipment.
* Analysts cautious about OLED panel-making equipment sales (Adds CFO comment, background)
Japan's Canon Inc reported a 5.3 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit on Wednesday due to strong demand of semiconductor-making equipment. The firm, which also makes of cameras and printers, posted operating profit of 77.1 billion yen ($707.14 million) for the...
* MEMJET SAYS TERMS OF AGREEMENT REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Japan's Canon Inc said it expects operating profit to surge in 2018 to its highest level in a decade, helped by cost cuts in its copier and printer business as well as growth in new fields such as medical equipment and surveillance cameras.
Japan's Canon Inc said on Tuesday it expects operating profit to climb 27 percent in 2018, marking its second consecutive year of profit gains as its efforts to diversify away from copiers and cameras pay off.
* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "AA+"-R&I
* CANON TO SPEND UP TO 400 BILLION YEN ($3.53 BILLION) ON ACQUISITIONS OVER NEXT 3 YEARS - NIKKEI
* Canon unit sales seen at 9.5 million units for year ending december, up 8 percent on previous outlook - Nikkei Source text: (s.nikkei.com/2hGabNh) Further company coverage: (email@example.com)
* Canon plans to lift its regular dividend for fiscal 2018 by 10 yen per share over current-year projections to 160 yen - Nikkei
Japan's Canon Inc hiked its annual profit forecast for the third time on Tuesday on the back of expanding demand for "business-to-business" products from surveillance cameras to organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen production equipment.
Japan's Canon Inc raised its annual operating profit forecast on Tuesday, its third upward revision this year, on the back of increased demand for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen production equipment and a weaker yen.
Canon Inc CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (in billions of yen unless specified) 6 months ended 6 months ended Year to Jun 30, 2017 Jun 30, 2016 Dec 31, 2017 LATEST YEAR-AGO COMPANY RESULTS RESULT FORECAST Sales 1.97 trln 1.66 trln 4.05 trln (+18.6 pct) (-9.5 pct) (+19.1...
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