Sony

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Sony Corporation
ソニー株式会社
Type Public
TYO: 6758
Àdàkọ:Nyse
Founded 1946 in Japan[1]
Founder(s) Masaru Ibuka
Akio Morita
Headquarters Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Area served Worldwide
Key people

Howard Stringer (Chairman, President & CEO)[1], Ryoji Chubachi (Vice Chairman),

Nobuyuki Oneda (Executive Vice President and CFO)
Industry Consumer electronics
Entertainment
Products Consumer & professional electronic equipments
Communication & information-related equipments
Semiconductor
Electronic devices & components
Battery
Chemicals
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Music
PlayStation
Blu-Ray
Services Financial services
Internet service
Revenue ¥7.730 trillion / $79.618 billion (2009)[2]
Operating income ¥ −227.8 billion / $2.087 billion (2009)[2]
Net income ¥ −98.9 billion / $1.019 billion (2009)[2]
Total assets $230.5 billion (2009)
Total equity $50 billion (2009)
Employees 180,500 (as of March 2008)[1]
Subsidiaries List of the subsidiaries
Website Sony.net
Sony City, Sony Corporation Headquarters in Minato, Tokyo
The Sony Building in the Ginza area of Chūō, Tokyo

Sony Corporation (tabi Sony lasan) (Japanese: ソニー株式会社 Sonī Kabushiki Kaisha?) (TYO: 6758) je ile-ise ajose olojapupo topoileabibibi to budo si Tokyo, Japan, ati ikan ninu awon ile-ise amohunmaworan olojapupo titobijulo laye pelu ipaja to po ju ¥ 7.730 legbegberunketa, tabi $78.88 legbegberunkeji (dollar Amerika) (FY2008).[2]



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