Toshiba says Western Digital overstating rights over chip business
Thursday, 14 September 2017 () TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp said its business partner Western Digital Corp had been "persistently" overstating its rights over a memory chip unit that the Japanese firm is looking to offload, showing the two remain at loggerheads over the $18 billion sale.
On Wednesday, Japan's Toshiba Corp. said that it has agreed to sell its semiconductor business to a group led by U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital LP. Toshiba said its board decided to sign a contract for the deal worth about $18 billion. The decision to sell the world’s No. 2 producer of NAND...
San Jose-based hard drive maker Western Digital Corp. has two days left to make a last-minute move to purchase Toshiba’s multibillion-dollar flash memory chip... bizjournals - BusinessAlso reported by •Seattle Times •Motley Fool
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp is shifting back toward selling its prized semiconductor unit to a group backed by joint venture partner Western Digital Corp ,... Reuters - BusinessAlso reported by •Reuters India •Seattle Times •bizjournals •Zee News
Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp. confirmed Wednesday morning it has agreed to sell its flash-memory chip business for $18 billion to a consortium of... bizjournals - BusinessAlso reported by •Zee News