Sony Hemorrhaging Money, Not Just Passwords

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Roadkyng

While I don't condone acts of lawlessness. The fact it happened to a company that charges jacked up prices for ordinary products doesn't bother me. Paying extra $$$ because it says SONY flat blows. Wonder if these 10 yr old hackers will go after Bose next????

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Wingzero_x

You know it's a persons choice if they want to buy any product or not. Point is if you think it's not worth the value then don't buy it. Personally though when I buy a cassette walkman back in 88, and it lasts until you can no longer find media for it, that is a quality product well worth the premium I paid for it.

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Joji

And even so, the Tokyo Government claims that the earthquake/tsunami was a good thing because Japanese people are greedy. He never appologized...

What will Sony's fate be I wonder...

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Caboose

I bet the people of North America can prove him wrong!

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JohnP

Read into it in the WSJ. The "huge loss" is just an accounting charge, nothing really to do with the bottom line.  Look at the stock price to see how the people in the know are reacting to the numbers... no real change at all.

 Leave the financial news to the people who actually know what the hell they are talking about (not that they actually KNOW what they are talking about but hey...)

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rayatwork05

" Look at the stock price to see how the people in the know are reacting to the numbers... no real change at all."

its obvious your not one of the "in the know"....their stock is down 30%, representing a loss of $7b...

"no change at all" lol.

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Modroneman

As much as it sucks that Japan was hit so hard by the tsunami, it really is hard to feel bad for a multibillion dollar company losing a small percentage of its worth.

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