We have updated our Terms of Use.
Please read our new Privacy Statement before continuing.

A private matter

10 August 2017 By Quentin Webb

The troubled Japanese group has finally filed audited accounts. Yet it could still be delisted if Tokyo’s stock exchange faults its internal controls, or if it cannot sell a memory unit in time. That would be painful for small investors, though bigger funds might stick around.

This content is for Subscribers only


Email a friend

Please complete the form below.

Required fields *


(Separate multiple email addresses with commas)