Toshiba

Apple, Dell to Give Up Their Shares in Toshiba Memory: WSJ

Citing people familiar with the plan, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple, Dell, and two other U.S. tech companies are looking to give up their preferred shares in Japanese chipmaker Toshiba Memory Holdings for more than $4 billion as part of a refinancing plan. The two other U.S. companies, which according to Bloomberg are...

Apple, Dell to Join Foxconn in Bid to Acquire Toshiba’s Chip Unit

Terry Gou, Foxconn's founder and chief executive has told Reuters in an exclusive interview that Apple and Dell will join a Foxconn-led consortium bidding for Toshiba's highly valuable chip business. The CEO of the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer also revealed that Kingston Technology, a U.S.-based maker of memory products, would also be part of the bidding group,...

Apple Considering Large Investment in Toshiba Chip Business

Apple is considering investing at least several billion dollars in the chip business put up for sale by Toshiba, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported, citing an unidentified source. According to a new report from Reuters, citing the NHK source, Apple executives are also considering joining hands with chip manufacturer Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision, for...