Toshiba is a Japanese national treasure-level technology company. It has created a lot of innovation in the power electronics industry for more than 100 years. NAND flash memory is the first research and development in Toshiba, but this Japanese old-fashioned enterprise has been infead in recent years. The plan failed, US Bain Capital expressed the acquisition and prioritized Toshiba.
According to the news, the news, the NBR news news, it is reported that the US private equity Group Bain Capital is preparing to acquire Toshiba, which will make this Japanese enterprise group a private company.
Toshiba's largest shareholder Effissimo Capital Management Company said in a regulatory paper that if Bern capital initiated acquisition, Effissimo will sell all Toshiba shares held.
Effissimo holds about 9.9% of Toshiba. When you asked this document, the Effissimo spokesperson said that it was planned to announce the position when appropriate.
Bain's capital said in a statement that there is no decision on the issue of acquiring Toshiba. There are still many problems that have to be resolved in the privatization of Toshiba.
It is worth mentioning that Bain Capital is also an old friend in the acquisition of Toshiba business.In 2017, Dongzhi splits its storage chip sector, which is taken over by Bern Capital, which spends $ 18 billion, and Toshiba is the world's second largest flash chip supplier.
Since it is no longer the industry in Toshiba, Toshiba is stored in 2019, the name of Koxia, Chinese name is armor.
In addition, in the last decade, Middle and China has sold a number of products and services, and the 2016 white appliance business is acquired by the United States. The medical system business is acquired, 2017 Dongzhi's TV business is also acquired by Hisense. I received a 40-year brand authorization.
As the inventor of the world's first laptop notebook, Toshiba has also sold the notebook business to Sharp in 2018. In 2019, the sensor service was sold to Sony.
Recommended use China IT News APP
Download flyfish app to read news