Sony Corp. chief executive Kazuo Hirai has said there are no plans to sell the company’s music division, after it posted an operating profit of 36.9bn Yen (£287m) for the year to end of March 2012.
The profit was made on sales of 442.8bn Yen (£3.49bn), and came despite a rocky time for parent Sony Corp, which posted a record annual net loss of 456.7 billion yen (£3.57bn).
Instead of divesting its movie, music and games units, the company is ...
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