Sony

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Sony Corporation
ソニー株式会社
TypePublic
TYO: 6758
Àdàkọ:Nyse
Founded1946 in Japan[1]
Founder(s)Masaru Ibuka
Akio Morita
HeadquartersMinato, Tokyo, Japan
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleHoward Stringer (Chairman, President & CEO)[1],

Ryoji Chubachi (Vice Chairman),

Nobuyuki Oneda (Executive Vice President and CFO)
IndustryConsumer electronics
Entertainment
ProductsConsumer & professional electronic equipments
Communication & information-related equipments
Semiconductor
Electronic devices & components
Battery
Chemicals
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Music
PlayStation
Blu-Ray
ServicesFinancial 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)
Employees180,500 (as of March 2008)[1]
SubsidiariesList of the subsidiaries
WebsiteSony.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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