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Sony forecasts 1st net loss in 14 years

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let's hope they don't find that net soon, so that fish stocks have a decent chance to recover.

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There is still a lot of the old Sony, and not enough of the new Sony

Not sure which Sony he talking about, but lets hope the new Sony has a plan to vastly improve the quality of their products so they at least have a half life of two years.

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and soon you will see an anouncement saying sony employees are encouraged to buy sony product.

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Panasonic make take over some of Sony products and services. Panasonic getting bigger with Sanyo in global slowdown.

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Ohhhh, Nooo !!! It must be the $3000.00 dollar flat screen t.v.s nobody can't afford. Wow!!!! I do not know why they are lossing profits. Oh, my I feel bad for this company. Can they ever recover ? I remember the cost of the Playstation 3 when it first came out. 120000 yen for a video game system.

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First of all Sony products are toooooo expensive. Nobody is buying Sony Flat Screen T.V.'s in America because they are too expensive. I came to Japan so maybe I can find a discount in Flat Screen T.V.'s but the HARSH REALITY is in Japan it is much more expensive then American prices. Wow!! I hope someday I can afford a flat screen t.v. or Sony Vaio someday. Someday, someday my dream will come true.

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