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All Change at Sony, but the Comeback May Have to Wait

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February 6, 2014
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Japanese tech giant Sony cuts its losses, selling its PC business and spinning off its TV division. But will investors be convinced its restructuring drive has gone far enough? Yonggi Kang reports. Video provided by Reuters


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