SON1.HA - SONY CORP.

Hanover - Hanover Delayed price. Currency in EUR
45.43
+0.27 (+0.60%)
At close: 8:19AM CEST
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Open45.43
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Day's range45.43 - 45.43
52-week range30.48 - 45.43
Volume11
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  • Sony (SNE) Trims Overhead Strength to Streamline Operations
    Zacks5 days ago

    Sony (SNE) Trims Overhead Strength to Streamline Operations

    Sony's (SNE) business arm -- Sony Pictures Entertainment -- cutting down workforce strength in a bid to improve efficiency of the company's marketing activities.

  • Sony Eliminates Jobs to Streamline Marketing, Distribution
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Sony Eliminates Jobs to Streamline Marketing, Distribution

    Sony Pictures, which releases a new installment of the “Hotel Transylvania” film franchise in coming days, is cutting about 5 percent of its global marketing and distribution staff, according to a person familiar with the situation. Movie marketing will be more global and digitally focused, the Culver City, California-based division of Sony Corp. told employees in an internal memo seen by Bloomberg News. “The reorganization will help our department better reflect the realities of how movies are released today, and build the connective tissue needed internally and externally to be effective and efficient,” Josh Greenstein, who heads marketing and distribution for Sony Pictures Entertainment, said in the memo.

  • Sony Eliminates Jobs to Streamline Marketing, Distribution
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Sony Eliminates Jobs to Streamline Marketing, Distribution

    Sony Pictures, which releases a new installment of the “Hotel Transylvania” film franchise in coming days, is cutting about 5 percent of its global marketing and distribution staff, according to a person familiar with the situation. Movie marketing will be more global and digitally focused, the Culver City, California-based division of Sony Corp. told employees in an internal memo seen by Bloomberg News. “The reorganization will help our department better reflect the realities of how movies are released today, and build the connective tissue needed internally and externally to be effective and efficient,” Josh Greenstein, who heads marketing and distribution for Sony Pictures Entertainment, said in the memo.

  • Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Panasonic, GoPro, Dolby Laboratories and Sony
    Zacks8 days ago

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Panasonic, GoPro, Dolby Laboratories and Sony

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Panasonic, GoPro, Dolby Laboratories and Sony

  • Facebook Aiming For Virtual Reality Dominance
    Motley Fool9 days ago

    Facebook Aiming For Virtual Reality Dominance

    Sony is in the driver's seat right now, but Facebook is the company to watch in VR.

  • Franchise Films Power U.S. Box Office in Q2: Will 2H Repeat?
    Zacks13 days ago

    Franchise Films Power U.S. Box Office in Q2: Will 2H Repeat?

    Franchise films have been driving the box office for quite some time and the second quarter and turned out to be the best ever.

  • Everybody Has a Price, Even Sony Pictures
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Everybody Has a Price, Even Sony Pictures

    A big Asian player has been left out of a flurry of media and entertainment mergers. Japan’s Sony Pictures, a key unit of the revitalized Sony Corp., is unlikely to be sold under Kenichiro Yoshida. As Comcast Corp. looks to beat Walt Disney Co.’s $71.3 billion offer for 21st Century Fox Inc.’s entertainment assets, while AT&T Inc. absorbs Time Warner Inc., the battle to control content is raging.

  • Box Office Top 20: 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' is No. 1
    Associated Press15 days ago

    Box Office Top 20: 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' is No. 1

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" and "Incredibles 2" fended off newcomers to top the box office again this weekend.

  • Sheeran faces new $100m lawsuit for 'copying' Marvin Gaye classic
    Sky News19 days ago

    Sheeran faces new $100m lawsuit for 'copying' Marvin Gaye classic

    Ed Sheeran is being sued for $100m (£76.4m) for allegedly copying parts of Marvin Gaye's 1973 classic Let's Get It On. The claim has been made by Structured Asset Sales (SAS (LSE: 0O1W.L - news) ), which owns part of the copyright of Gaye's hit. Gaye, who was shot dead by his father in 1984 aged 44, co-wrote the track alongside Edward Townsend in 1973.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    'Bowie Bonds' creator sues Ed Sheeran for copying Marvin Gaye hit

    The lawsuit was filed by a company owned by David Pullman, an investment banker who in 1997 arranged the pioneering $55 million sale of "Bowie Bonds," which made David Bowie the first musician to sell bonds backed by royalties from his catalog. According to the complaint filed in Manhattan federal court, "Thinking Out Loud," which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 2015, copies the "melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums, bass line, backing chorus, tempo, syncopation and looping" of "Let's Get It On," which hit No. 1 in September 1973. Other defendants include Sony (Hanover: SON1.HA - news) /ATV Music Publishing and the Atlantic (Shanghai: 600558.SS - news) record label.

  • A Look at Sony’s Three-Year Business Plan
    Market Realist20 days ago

    A Look at Sony’s Three-Year Business Plan

    Sony (SNE) has drawn up a three-year strategy outlining the company’s path from April of this year (the beginning of fiscal 2018) to March 2021 (the end of fiscal 2020). In this three-year period, Sony aims to generate high profitability across its various business areas, including electronics and entertainment. In the entertainment business, Sony is acquiring music publisher EMI for ~$2.3 billion to strengthen its licensing business, which licenses music content to the likes of Spotify (SPOT) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google.

  • Why Microsoft Scrapped Its VR Plans for the Xbox One
    Motley Fool20 days ago

    Why Microsoft Scrapped Its VR Plans for the Xbox One

    The tech giant doesn't plan to follow Sony's lead.

  • Inside Sony’s $2.3 Billion Bet on EMI
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Inside Sony’s $2.3 Billion Bet on EMI

    Sony (SNE) is paying $2.3 billion to take control of music publisher EMI. Once the transaction closes, Sony is set to own 90% of EMI, making it the world’s largest music publisher. The acquisition of EMI would give Sony a catalog of more than 2.0 million songs, including acts by musicians such as Sam Smith and Kanye West.

  • Could Netflix Disrupt the Gaming Market?
    Motley Fool24 days ago

    Could Netflix Disrupt the Gaming Market?

    Netflix’s “interactive videos” bring it a step closer to the cloud gaming market.

  • Box Office Top 20: 'Incredibes 2' record inches higher
    Associated Press29 days ago

    Box Office Top 20: 'Incredibes 2' record inches higher

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Disney and Pixar's record-breaking opening of "Incredibles 2" is even bigger than initially expected. According to final totals Monday from the studios, the animated sequel grossed a massive $182.7 million in its first three days in theaters — a record opening for animated movies by almost $50 million.

  • Will Sony Corporation’s (NYSE:SNE) Earnings Grow In The Years Ahead?
    Simply Wall St.29 days ago

    Will Sony Corporation’s (NYSE:SNE) Earnings Grow In The Years Ahead?

    The most recent earnings announcement Sony Corporation’s (NYSE:SNE) released in March 2018 confirmed that the company gained from a significant tailwind, more than doubling its earnings from the prior year.Read More...

  • Sony vs. Microsoft: Who Won E3 2018?
    Motley Foollast month

    Sony vs. Microsoft: Who Won E3 2018?

    The two gaming titans each had impressive games to show off at this year's E3, but one came out ahead on the exclusive content front.

  • Fortnite players complain about account cross-compatibility issues
    Sky Newslast month

    Fortnite players complain about account cross-compatibility issues

    Players of the popular survival game Fortnite are complaining to Sony (Hanover: SON1.HA - news) that they cannot use the same accounts on different consoles. Gamers are frustrated because they can't transfer their accounts between the PS4 version of the game to the Nintendo Switch, a ban which some have accused Sony of making to undercut the success of its rival. Many have argued that the Switch, as a mobile console, appeals to a different market segment than the PS4 and note how Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) has made no such ban for Xbox-based accounts.

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