Some investors on IHUB saw the testing version(?) last night. It is disappeared this morning.
It was very impressive one, almost releasable looking. I assume it will reveal soon. Keep eye on the site at Yippyinc (Yahoo won't let me to post the address.)
Also, ISO certification and contracts news etc., are expected. The time is near for Yippy longs.
People, time to accumulate shares,this low PPS action has been always happened in YIPI history before good news. Do your DD, and believe yourself. Go yippy!
Yeah, when the PPS goes up. Rich is on the same boat we are on a voyage. With no dilution, how Rich makes money without the company's grow?
SNE is very cheap.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp does not plan to renew its sponsorship contract with FIFA, the governing body for world football, as the Japanese electronics maker needs to prioritise its restructuring efforts, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Such a move would follow Emirates Airline’s announcement this month that it was ending its sponsorship of FIFA, a blow to the governing body as it investigates whether there was corruption in the bidding process for the next two World Cup competitions.
Sony has been a FIFA sponsor for the eight years to 2014 in a contract worth 33 billion yen ($280 million)(178.65 million pounds).
Sony on Tuesday said it was aiming to restructure its TV and mobile divisions further while targeting robust growth for its electronics devices division, which houses its growing image sensors business.
An official for the electronics conglomerate said he could not comment on future contracts.
The people familiar with the matter declined to be identified as they were not authorised to speak to the media.
(Reporting by Reiji Murai; Writing by Edwina Gibbs)smaller_textlarger_text
REUTERS, 25/11 05:26 CET
11/17/2014. Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley has rated SONY to Over weighted from Neutral and set the target price to 3,000 Yen ($25.87, when $1.00 = 116 Yen) from 1,900 Yen for its improvement of the profitability after their structural reform.
Thanks. Not on the Newswire? Anyway, big rev increase and decease liabilities. I like the facts.I guess ISO certifications are keys now.