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US$ 5.97 billion (FY 2013) (¥ 614.56 billion) (FY 2013)

Net income

US$ 329 million (FY 2013) (¥ 33.91 billion) (FY 2013)

Owner INCJ
INCJ
(35.6%)[1]

Number of employees

16,000 (consolidated) (as of July 1, 2014)

Subsidiaries 12

Website Official website

Footnotes / references [2][3]

Japan
Japan
Display Inc. (株式会社ジャパンディスプレイ, Kabushiki-gaisha Japan
Japan
Disupurei) (JDI) is an LCD technology joint venture by Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi.

Contents

1 Outline 2 History 3 Technology 4 Business 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Outline[edit] The Innovation Network Corporation of Japan
Japan
(INCJ) financed the merger of Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi's LCD divisions into one entity by investing two hundred billion yen. The agreement was finalized November 15, 2011 and operations began April 1, 2012.[4] History[edit]

2011

August 31 - INCJ, Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi
Hitachi
agree to the merger of their respective LCD divisions. November 15 - The agreement is finalized. INCJ
INCJ
and Panasonic
Panasonic
begin talks on the acquisition of one of Panasonic's factories.[5] Japan
Japan
Display, Inc is established.

2012

April 1 - Operations begin

2013

April 1 - Japan
Japan
Display West, Japan
Japan
Display Central, and Japan
Japan
Display East are merged. October 23 - New Subsidiary "Taiwan Display Inc." is established.

2014

March 19 - The company is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.[6][7]

Technology[edit] JDI has developed several technologies to differentiate its LCD panels from those of the competitors.

Active-matrix displays driven by TFTs based on a low-temperature polycrystalline-silicon ("LTPS") process instead of amorphous silicon. These higher performance transistors allow a higher resolution (more ppi = pixels per inch).[8] Most LCDs manufactured by JDI use the In-Plane-Switching concept, as do many of its competitors. JDI has developed an improvement for darker black pixels (true-black appearance), called "IPS-NEO", which reduces the light shining through from the backlighting.[9] The conventional combination of a transparent touch-screen device in front of an LCD panel has been replaced by integrating the touch-screen function into the LCD panel itself, called "Pixel Eyes".[10] For reflective LCDs without backlighting, JDI has developed an addressing technique using a thin-film memory device SRAM in addition to the conventional TFT for each pixel, so that a still image can be stored with very little energy.[11]

Business[edit] As JDI conducted an IPO
IPO
during March 2014, some business information became available.[12] Around the time of the IPO, it was reported that JDI is the major supplier of displays for Apple's iPhone.[13] By pure coincidence, in the 3 years after the IPO, JDI accumulated losses each year. A restructuring plan was announced in 2017, including closing down a production line in Japan
Japan
and the layoff of approx. a third of the workforce.[14] See also[edit]

Sony
Sony
Mobile Display

References[edit]

^ "Stock Data and Information". Japan
Japan
Display. Retrieved September 11, 2014.  ^ "Company Outline". Japan
Japan
Display. Retrieved March 23, 2014.  ^ "Consolidated Financial Results for Fiscal Year 2013". Japan Display. Retrieved September 11, 2014.  ^ "Sony, Hitachi, and Toshiba
Toshiba
Agree to " Japan
Japan
Display" Joint Venture". DailyTech. November 15, 2011. Retrieved March 23, 2014.  ^ " Panasonic
Panasonic
to Sell TV Panel Factory to New Japan
Japan
Display Venture". CIO. November 15, 2011. Retrieved March 23, 2014.  ^ " Japan
Japan
Display Inc. Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange". Japan
Japan
Display. March 19, 2014. Retrieved March 22, 2014.  ^ Shinichiro Unozawa (March 19, 2014). " Japan
Japan
Display IPO
IPO
1st fruit of INCJ's investment". Nikkei Inc.
Nikkei Inc.
Retrieved September 11, 2014.  ^ LTPS explained ^ IPS-NEO explained ^ Pixel Eyes explained ^ Combination of SRAM + TFT explained ^ Financial information provided by JDI ^ Reiji Murai; Takashi Umekawa (March 19, 2014). "News of IPO
IPO
by JDI". Reuters. Retrieved September 11, 2014.  ^ Patrick Welter: Tokios Lehrstück für misslungene Industriepolitik. (in German) Neue Zürcher Zeitung, August 11, 2017. Retrieved August 12, 2017.

External links[edit]

Japan
Japan
Display Inc. official website (in English) JDI Group - Taiwan Display Inc. official website (in Chinese)

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Aiwa Akai Bronica Chinon Contax Konica Minolta National Norita Okaya Optical Sanyo

Other

Electronic Industries Association of Japan INCJ Japan
Japan
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Japan
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Category

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Hitachi

Divisions and subsidiaries

Current

Clarion Hitachi
Hitachi
Cable

Hitachi
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Hitachi
Hitachi
Canadian Industries Hitachi
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Capital Hitachi
Hitachi
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Hitachi
Hitachi
Construction Machinery (Europe)

Hitachi
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Hitachi
Data Systems (BlueArc) Hitachi
Hitachi
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Hitachi
Maxell Hitachi
Hitachi
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Hitachi
Rail Horizon Nuclear Power JECS

Former

Euclid Trucks1 Fabrik1 Hitachi
Hitachi
Global Storage Technologies2

Joint ventures and shareholdings

Agility Trains
Agility Trains
(70%) Alaxala Networks
Alaxala Networks
(60%) GE Hitachi
Hitachi
Nuclear Energy (40%) Hitachi-LG Data Storage Japan
Japan
Display (10%) NEC
NEC
Casio
Casio
Mobile Communications (9.26%) Nippon Columbia
Nippon Columbia
(18.21%) Renesas Electronics
Electronics
(30.62%) Telcon Construction Solutions
Telcon Construction Solutions
(60%)

Products, services and standards

Current

ALiS D-VHS EMIEW Hitachi
Hitachi
Adaptable Modular Storage 2000 Hitachi
Hitachi
DX07 Hitachi
Hitachi
Starboard Locomotives Hitachi
Hitachi
Magic Wand Multiple units Hitachi
Hitachi
917 Hitachi
Hitachi
SR8000 Hitachi
Hitachi
Travelstar Hitachi
Hitachi
TrueCopy LS-R M8 Stacked Volumetric Optical Disk SuperH Universal Storage Platform

Defunct

H8 Family HD64180 HITAC HITAC
HITAC
S-810 Hitachi
Hitachi
6309 Hitachi
Hitachi
Deskstar Hitachi
Hitachi
Flora Prius Hitachi
Hitachi
G1000 Hitachi
Hitachi
Hatsukaze Hitachi
Hitachi
SR2201 Hitachi
Hitachi
T.2 Hitachi
Hitachi
TR.1 M6 Microdrive

People

Namihei Odaira Kenichi Ohmae Hiroaki Nakanishi Takashi Kawamura

Places

Hitachi
Hitachi
Kashiwa Soccer Stadium Hitachi, Ibaraki Hitachi
Hitachi
Tower Tsūtenkaku

Other

DKB Group HDMI Licensing Hitachi
Hitachi
3Tours Championship Hitachi
Hitachi
Data Systems History The Hitachi
Hitachi
Foundation Hindu Hitachi
Hitachi
Scholarships Hitachi
Hitachi
SunRockers Hitachi
Hitachi
Rivale Kashiwa Reysol

1Now integrated into other Hitachi
Hitachi
divisions or business groupings 2Sold

Category Commons

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Toshiba

Divisions and subsidiaries

Current

Digital Products Group

Toshiba
Toshiba
Telecommunication Systems Division

Electronic Devices & Components Group Infrastructure Systems Group

Westinghouse Electric Company

Landis+Gyr OCZ Storage Solutions

Defunct

Sord Computer Corporation1 Toshiba
Toshiba
Medical Systems Corporation 2

Joint ventures and shareholdings

Current

Ikegami Tsushinki
Ikegami Tsushinki
(20%) TMEIC Toshiba
Toshiba
Samsung Storage Technology (51%)

Defunct

Toshiba
Toshiba
EMI (Founded as Toshiba
Toshiba
Music Industries)2

Youmex
Youmex
Co. 1

Japan
Japan
Display 2

Predecessors

Hakunetsusha Shibaura Seisakusho Tanaka Seisakusho

Products, services and standards

Current

AP1000 Cell JNR Class ED76 JNR Class EF58 JNR Class EF60 JNR Class EF64 JNR Class EF65 JR Freight Class EH500 JR Freight Class HD300 Media-embedded processor Regza SpursEngine Portégé Tecra TG01 TS921 TOSLINK

Past

902T DeKi 600 HD DVD Libretto Qosmio Satellite Thrive JNR Class EF62 JNR Class EF63 JNR Class EH10 SmartMedia e310 T1000 T1000LE T1100 T1200 T3100

People

Toshiwo Doko Tanaka Hisashige

Places

Lazona Kawasaki Plaza

Other

HDMI Licensing Sony
Sony
Toshiba
Toshiba
IBM Center of Competence for the Cell Processor Time Sculpture Toshiba
Toshiba
Brave Lupus Toshiba
Toshiba
Classic Toshiba
Toshiba
S.C. Toshiba
Toshiba
Science Institute

1Now integrated into other Toshiba
Toshiba
divisions or business groupings 2Sold

Category Commons

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Sony

Founders

Masaru Ibuka Akio Morita

Key personnel

Kaz Hirai
Kaz Hirai
(Chairman) Kenichiro Yoshida (President and CEO)

Primary businesses

Sony
Sony
Corporation Sony
Sony
Interactive Entertainment

PlayStation

Sony
Sony
Mobile Sony
Sony
Entertainment

Sony
Sony
Pictures Entertainment Sony
Sony
Music Entertainment Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Sony
Sony
Financial Holdings

Sony
Sony
Life Sony
Sony
Bank

Technologies and brands

α (Alpha) Betacam Bionz Blu-ray BRAVIA CD Cell Cyber-shot Dash Dream Machine DVD Exmor FeliCa Handycam HDCAM/HDCAM-SR LocationFree Memory Stick MiniDisc MiniDV mylo PlayStation Reader S/PDIF SDDS SXRD Sony
Sony
Tablet Tunnel diode TransferJet UMD Vaio Video8/Hi8/Digital8 Walkman Walkman
Walkman
Phones XDCAM Xperia HMZ-T1

Historical products

AIBO CV-2000 DAT Betamax Sony
Sony
CLIÉ Discman Jumbotron Lissa Mavica NEWS Qualia Rolly TR-55 Trinitron 1 inch Type C (BVH series) U-matic Watchman WEGA

Electronics

Sony
Sony
Electronics
Electronics
(US subsidiary) Sony
Sony
Energy Devices Sony
Sony
Creative Software FeliCa
FeliCa
Networks (57%)

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Sony
Sony
Interactive Entertainment

Key personnel

Andrew House Shawn Layden Shuhei Yoshida

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Sony
Sony
Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios

Franchises

Ape Escape Arc the Lad Boku no Natsuyasumi Buzz! Colony Wars Dark Cloud Echochrome EverQuest Everybody's Golf Everybody's Tennis EyeToy FantaVision Fat Princess G-Police Genji God of War Gran Turismo Gravity Rush Infamous Invizimals Jak and Daxter Jumping Flash! Killzone Knack Legend of Legaia Lemmings LittleBigPlanet LocoRoco MediEvil MLB: The Show ModNation Racers MotorStorm Motor Toon Grand Prix Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke/Oreshika PaRappa the Rapper Patapon PlanetSide Pursuit Force Rally Cross Ratchet & Clank Resistance Shadow of the Beast SingStar Siren Sly Cooper SOCOM Soul Sacrifice Sports Champions Start the Party! Syphon Filter The Eye of Judgment The Getaway The Last of Us This Is Football (franchise) Twisted Metal Uncharted Vib-Ribbon Warhawk White Knight Chronicles Wipeout Wonderbook

Divisions

Bend Studio Foster City Studio Japan
Japan
Studio London Studio San Diego Studio Santa Monica Studio

Subsidiaries

Guerrilla Games J.S.E.E.D. PlayStation
PlayStation
C.A.M.P. Team Gravity Team Ico Media Molecule Naughty Dog PixelOpus Polyphony Digital Sucker Punch Productions XDev

Former subsidiaries

989 Studios Bigbig Studios Contrail Evolution Studios Guerrilla Cambridge Incognito Entertainment Psygnosis Team Soho Zipper Interactive

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PlayStation

Sony
Sony
Interactive Entertainment SIE Worldwide Studios

Consoles

Home consoles

PlayStation

Models Main hardware

PlayStation
PlayStation
2

Models Main hardware

PlayStation
PlayStation
3

Models Main hardware System software

PlayStation
PlayStation
4

Main hardware System software

Handhelds

PlayStation
PlayStation
Portable

System software

PlayStation
PlayStation
Vita

System software

Miscellaneous

PocketStation PSX PlayStation
PlayStation
TV

Games

PS1 games

A–L M–Z Best-selling PS one Classics

NA PAL JP

PS2 games

Best-selling Online games HD games PS2 Classics for PS3 PS2 games for PS4

PS3 games

Best-selling Physical Digital only Physical and digital 3D games PS Move games PS Now games

PS4 games

Best-selling PSVR

PSP games

Physical and digital System software compatibilities PS Minis

Other

PS Vita games

A–L M–Z

PS Mobile games TurboGrafx-16 Classics NEOGEO Station Classics HD Instant Game Collection

NA PAL Asia Japan China

Reprints

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Network

PlayStation
PlayStation
Network 2011 outage Central Station FirstPlay PlayStation
PlayStation
App PlayStation
PlayStation
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PlayStation
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PlayStation
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PlayStation
Now PlayStation
PlayStation
Store PlayStation
PlayStation
Video PlayStation
PlayStation
Vue PS2 online Room for PSP VidZone

Accessories

Controllers

PlayStation
PlayStation
Controller PlayStation
PlayStation
Mouse Analog Joystick Dual Analog DualShock Sixaxis PlayStation
PlayStation
Move

Cameras

EyeToy Go!Cam PlayStation
PlayStation
Eye PlayStation
PlayStation
Camera

Miscellaneous

Multitap Link Cable PS2 accessories PS2 Headset PS3 accessories PlayTV Wonderbook PlayStation
PlayStation
VR

Kits

Net Yaroze PS2 Linux GScube OtherOS Zego

Media

Magazines

Official U.S. PlayStation
PlayStation
Magazine PlayStation: The Official Magazine PlayStation
PlayStation
Official Magazine – UK PlayStation
PlayStation
Official Magazine – Australia PlayStation
PlayStation
Underground

Advertisements

Double Life Mountain PlayStation
PlayStation
marketing

Characters

Toro Polygon Man Kevin Butler Marcus Rivers

Arcade boards

Namco System 11 System 12 System 10 System 246 System 357

Related

Super NES CD-ROM Sony
Sony
Ericsson Xperia Play

Category Portal

Other

Gaikai SN Systems Cellius
Cellius
(49%) Dimps

Category Portal

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Sony
Sony
Music Entertainment

Key personnel

Rob Stringer Kevin Kelleher

Flagship

Columbia Records RCA Records Epic Records

Sony
Sony
Music Nashville

Columbia Nashville Arista Nashville RCA Records
RCA Records
Nashville Provident Label Group

Sony
Sony
Masterworks

Sony
Sony
Classical Records Portrait Records RCA Red Seal Records Okeh Records

Sony
Sony
Music Entertainment Japan

Epic Records
Epic Records
Japan Ki/oon Music Sony
Sony
Music Entertainment Japan Ariola Japan BMG Japan mora Sacra Music Aniplex

Aniplex
Aniplex
of America A-1 Pictures

Music On! TV

Distribution

The Orchard

IODA RED Distribution Red Essential

Other Labels

RCA Inspiration Phonogenic Records Ultra Music Century Media Records Legacy Recordings Black Butter Records Kemosabe Records Robbins Entertainment Syco Music
Syco Music
(50%) Sony
Sony
Music Australia Sony
Sony
Music UK Sony
Sony
Music India Sony
Sony
Music Latin Vevo Volcano Entertainment

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Sony
Sony
Pictures Entertainment

Key personnel

Tony Vinciquerra Thomas Rothman

Sony
Sony
Pictures Motion Picture Group

Columbia Pictures TriStar Pictures TriStar Productions Screen Gems Sony
Sony
Pictures Classics Sony
Sony
Pictures Releasing Sony
Sony
Pictures Imageworks Sony
Sony
Pictures Animation Sony
Sony
Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions

Destination Films Stage 6 Films Affirm Films

Sony
Sony
Pictures Home Entertainment

Sony
Sony
Wonder

Sony
Sony
Pictures Television

U.S. production

Adelaide Productions Sony
Sony
Crackle

The Minisode Network

Culver Entertainment Embassy Row TriStar Television

U.S. distribution

Funimation
Funimation
(95%)

International production

2waytraffic Left Bank Pictures Playmaker Media Stellify Media Teleset

TV channels & VOD

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Sony
Sony
Pictures Television TV channels and VOD platforms

O = online VOD platform

Americas

US networks

Sony
Sony
Movie Channel GSN (58% joint venture with AT&T Entertainment Group) getTV Cine Sony Sony
Sony
CrackleO Defunct 3net
3net
(joint venture with Discovery and IMAX) Fearnet
Fearnet
(joint venture with Comcast
Comcast
and Lions Gate Entertainment)

Canada

Sony
Sony
Movie Channel and AXN
AXN
Movies (rebranded)

Latin America

Canal Sony AXN Defunct Animax Locomotion Sony
Sony
Spin

Asia

Indian sub-continent

v t e

Sony
Sony
Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd.

Hindi entertainment

SET

International

Sony
Sony
Sab Sony
Sony
Max Sony
Sony
Max 2 Sony
Sony
Pal Sony
Sony
Wah

English entertainment

AXN Sony
Sony
Le Plex Sony
Sony
Pix

Bengali entertainment

Sony
Sony
Aath

Sports

Sony
Sony
Six Sony
Sony
ESPN (50%; Joint venture with ESPN Inc.) Sony
Sony
Ten

Sony
Sony
Ten 1 Sony
Sony
Ten 2 Sony
Sony
Ten 3 Sony
Sony
Ten Golf

Acquisition pending TEN Sports Pakistan TEN Cricket
TEN Cricket
International

Music

Sony
Sony
Mix Sony
Sony
Rox

Other channels

Sony
Sony
BBC Earth (50%; Joint venture with BBC Studios) Sony
Sony
Yay

Other businesses

Sony
Sony
LIV (Online VOD platform)

Japan

Animax

Animax PlusO

AXN

AXN
AXN
Mystery AXN
AXN
PlusO

Star Channel (25% joint venture with News Corporation, Tohokushinsha Film, and Itochu)

South Korea

Animax (50% joint venture with KT SkyLife)

Animax PlusO

AXN
AXN
(50% joint venture with IHQ)

Taiwan

AXN Animax

Animax HD

south-east Asia

Animax AXN Gem

south-east Asia (50% joint venture with Nippon Television Network Corporation) Vietnam

Sony
Sony
Channel Sony
Sony
One Defunct AXN
AXN
Beyond BeTV

Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)

Germany

AnimaxO AXN Sony
Sony
Channel Defunct Animax (linear television)

Italy

Cine Sony Pop Defunct AXN AXN
AXN
Sci Fi

The Netherlands

Film1

Film1
Film1
Action Film1
Film1
Drama Film1
Film1
Family Film1
Film1
Premiere

Defunct Film1
Film1
Festival Film1
Film1
Sundance

Portugal

AXN

AXN
AXN
Black AXN
AXN
White

Defunct Animax

Russia

Sony
Sony
Channel Sony
Sony
Turbo Sony
Sony
Sci-Fi

Spain

AXN

AXN
AXN
SyncO AXN
AXN
White

Defunct Animax

Turkey

Sony
Sony
Channel Sony
Sony
Çocuk Planet Mutfak Planet Türk

UK & Ireland

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Television channels in the United Kingdom and Ireland operated by Sony Pictures Television

Including CSC Media Group television channels

Entertainment channels

Movies4Men Sony
Sony
Crime Channel Sony
Sony
Crime Channel 2 Sony
Sony
Movie Channel truTV

CSC True Entertainment True Movies

Music channels

CSC Chart Show TV Chart Show Hits Scuzz Starz TV The Vault

Children's channels

CSC Pop Pop Max Tiny Pop

Former channels

More Than Movies Movies4Men
Movies4Men
2 Sony
Sony
Channel

CSC The Amp AnimeCentral Bliss BuzMuzik Chart Shop TV Flaunt Flava MinX NME TV Pop Girl Pop Plus Showcase TV True Crime True Drama True Movies
True Movies
2

Miscellaneous

Sony
Sony
Pictures Television animaxtv.co.uk (VOD)

Baltics

Sony
Sony
Channel Sony
Sony
Turbo

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)

AXN

Adria Hungary

AXN
AXN
NowO

AXN
AXN
Black AXN
AXN
Spin AXN
AXN
White

Sony
Sony
Max Sony
Sony
Movie Channel Viasat
Viasat
Hungary

Viasat
Viasat
3 Viasat
Viasat
6

Defunct Animax AXN
AXN
Crime

Middle East

AXN
AXN
Middle East

Arabic English

Defunct AXN
AXN
Israel

Africa

Sony
Sony
Channel Sony
Sony
MAX True Movies Defunct Animax

Other

Sony
Sony
Pictures Digital

Sony
Sony
Pictures Mobile

Sony
Sony
Pictures Entertainment Japan Sony
Sony
Pictures Family Entertainment Group Sony
Sony
Pictures Studios Madison Gate Records

Defunct

Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures
Television Columbia TriStar Television Merv Griffin Enterprises ELP Communications

Online distribution platforms

PlayStation
PlayStation
Network ( PlayStation
PlayStation
Music PlayStation
PlayStation
Now PlayStation
PlayStation
Store PlayStation
PlayStation
Video PlayStation
PlayStation
Plus PlayStation
PlayStation
Vue) The Minisode Network Sony
Sony
Crackle Sony
Sony
Liv

Other businesses

Sony
Sony
DADC Sony
Sony
Network Communications Sony
Sony
Professional Solutions M3 (39.4%) Sony/ATV Music Publishing EMI Music Publishing
EMI Music Publishing
(19%) Vaio
Vaio
(4.9%)

Other assets

Sony
Sony
Corporation of America (umbrella company in the US) Other subsidiaries List of acquisitions

Nonprofit organizations

Sony
Sony
Institute of Higher Education Shohoku College

Other

History of Sony Sony
Sony
Toshiba
Toshiba
IBM Center of Competence for the Ce

.