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Panasonic slims down, dolls up
Panasonic slims down, dolls up
Consumer and electronics giant Panasonic is looking to the Middle East and largely untapped African markets to boost its sales after two years of...
Panasonic said to cut 40 000 workers
Panasonic said to cut 40 000 workers
Japanese consumer electronics giant Panasonic will slash 40 000 jobs over the next two years in a bid to pare costs and keep up with ever-harsher competition from Asian rivals, a source said on Thursday....
TV makers bet big on 3D but pay off uncertain
TV makers bet big on 3D but pay off uncertain
Television manufacturers are banking on 3D TVs for their next sales boost, with sets capable of adding that extra visual dimension expected to hit...
Sanyo to cut a thousand workers
Sanyo to cut a thousand workers
Sanyo Electric Corporation is considering cutting up to 1 000 domestic workers in the next few months as it scales back unprofitable businesses ahead of an expected buyout by Panasonic Corporation, a press report said on Tuesday....
Lock your front door -- from your car
Lock your front door -- from your car
Drivers in Japan can check on their pets, turn lights off and on and lock their front door, all from inside their cars -- with a new car navigation...
Rocking Roodepoort
Rocking Roodepoort
Producer Ronnie Apteker describes the fundamental difference between the humour of Footskating 101 and that of his other movie, Crazy...
Toyota to offer plug-in hybrids by 2010
Toyota to offer plug-in hybrids by 2010
Toyota will produce a small fleet of plug-in hybrids by 2010, the Japanese automaker's chief said on Sunday.

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