Sony's First Full-Year Loss in 14 Years Makes Us Look to the Past
May 15, 2009 15:55
Sony's posted a full-year loss for the first time in 14 years—98.9 billion yen ($1 billion)—fulfilling doomy prophecies—which was better than expected. Sony thinks next year will be worse.
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