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1 Jul 2015 By Quentin Webb

Selling $3.6 bln of shares and convertible bonds is punchy after years of destroying value. But Sony is back in favour with investors. Plus, it has a weak balance sheet and a growth business to fund: sensors for the pin-sharp cameras that go front and back on today’s smartphones.

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