PCRFY - Panasonic Corporation

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11.05
+0.03 (+0.27%)
As of 10:06AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close11.02
Open11.10
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range11.04 - 11.12
52 Week Range10.90 - 16.20
Volume42,990
Avg. Volume191,913
Market Cap25.96B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)11.61
EPS (TTM)0.95
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.27 (2.44%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-28
1y Target Est16.21
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  • Photokina marks a massive upheaval in the camera landscape
    Engadget18 days ago

    Photokina marks a massive upheaval in the camera landscape

    Remember the days when Panasonic was dedicated to Micro Four Thirds cameras and Nikon and Canon wanted you to see their latest DSLRs? Over the last 35 days or so, Nikon launched a pair of mirrorless full-frame cameras, the Z6 and Z7, along with the all-new Z-Mount system. Canon then went and announced its full-frame EOS R mirrorless camera and RF mount.

  • Tesla Gets Panasonic's Help With Ahead-of-Schedule Battery Plant
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Tesla Gets Panasonic's Help With Ahead-of-Schedule Battery Plant

    The Japanese company had proposed to add three production lines at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada by the end of the year. It’s now aiming to complete the plan ahead of schedule, Yoshio Ito, head of Panasonic’s automotive business, said in an interview Tuesday in Tokyo. The success of the Model 3, which Tesla eventually wants to sell for less than $40,000, is crucial for the Palo Alto, California-based company to maintain its lead in the EV race as marques such as Audi, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are about to bring multiple models to the luxury electric-vehicle niche now dominated by the Model S and Model X. With the smaller Model 3 and eventually the Model Y crossover utility vehicle, Musk’s auto business is increasingly moving toward the mass-luxury market.

  • Panasonic's full-frame mirrorless S1R is loaded with potential
    Engadget20 days ago

    Panasonic's full-frame mirrorless S1R is loaded with potential

    Yesterday, Panasonic made a big splash by announcing the L-Mount alliance with Leica and Sigma, and unveiling its first full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Lumix S1 and S1R. As such, I was able to check out the handling of the camera and compare it to Panasonic's flagship GH5. Where Canon tried some bold layout changes on the EOS R, Panasonic has stuck to a more traditional and more tactile layout.

  • Tesla Gets Panasonic's Help With Ahead-of-Schedule Battery Plant
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Tesla Gets Panasonic's Help With Ahead-of-Schedule Battery Plant

    Panasonic Corp., the sole battery supplier for Tesla Inc.’s best-selling Model 3, is taking steps to help Elon Musk solve the “production hell” problem that has plagued the car that’s key to making profits. The Japanese company had proposed to add three production lines at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada by the end of the year. It’s now aiming to complete the plan ahead of schedule, Yoshio Ito, head of Panasonic’s automotive business, said in an interview Tuesday in Tokyo.

  • Panasonic announces two full-frame L-Mount mirrorless cameras
    Engadget21 days ago

    Panasonic announces two full-frame L-Mount mirrorless cameras

    Following the launch of the L-Mount alliance, Panasonic has revealed a pair of full-frame L-Mount mirrorless cameras, the 47-megapixel Lumix S1 and 24-megapixel S1R. Both have built-in image stabilization, a large, high-resolution EVF, triaxial tilt LCD to add both selfie photographers and vloggers, and double slots for SD and XQD cards. To take on its larger rivals, Panasonic is not going it alone.

  • Panasonic, Leica and Sigma unveil the L-Mount mirrorless alliance
    Engadget21 days ago

    Panasonic, Leica and Sigma unveil the L-Mount mirrorless alliance

    Panasonic, Leica and Sigma have joined forces to create the L-Mount alliance for full-frame and APS-C sensor cameras to better compete against Nikon, Canon and Sony. The alliance will support Leica's L-Mount system, first launched in 2014 and used by the company for its TL APS-C and SL full-frame mirrorless models. The alliance makes it likely that Panasonic and possibly Sigma will unveil their own full-frame L-Mount mirrorless cameras and lenses soon.

  • Maverick Harvard MBA Shakes Up Panasonic's 100 Years of Culture
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Maverick Harvard MBA Shakes Up Panasonic's 100 Years of Culture

    Panasonic Corp. has carefully cultivated a culture befitting its 100-year history, with many employees starting the day doing calisthenics and singing the corporate anthem. Now, Yasuyuki Higuchi is supposed to shake up the traditions. Higuchi, 60, last year took charge of the connected solutions business, which makes products ranging from in-flight entertainment systems to automation equipment.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Inmarsat and Panasonic partner on in-flight broadband

    British satellite company Inmarsat (ISA.L) said it would collaborate with Japan's Panasonic Avionics in providing in-flight broadband for commercial airlines. The 10-year agreement will see Inmarsat become Panasonic's exclusive provider of connectivity using the Ka-band satellite signal, Inmarsat said on Thursday. In return, it will offer Panasonic's portfolio of services to its commercial aviation customers.

  • Reuterslast month

    Japan's Sumitomo to focus on battery material supply to Panasonic, Toyota

    Japan's Sumitomo Metal Mining Co Ltd (SMM) plans to focus on two key customers for its battery materials, Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp, supplier of car power packs to Tesla Inc, SMM's new president said. While Toyota and Panasonic are already SMM's biggest customers, rising sales of electric cars - led by Tesla's mass-market Model 3 - mean the Japanese miner and smelter is in a sweet spot it needs to protect.

  • Strong typhoon slams western Japan; 8 dead, airport flooded
    Associated Presslast month

    Strong typhoon slams western Japan; 8 dead, airport flooded

    TOKYO (AP) — A powerful typhoon slammed into western Japan on Tuesday, inundating the region's main international airport and blowing a tanker into a bridge, disrupting land and air travel and leaving thousands stranded. At least eight people died and scores were injured.

  • Muji Weighs Brexit Headquarters Move Away From U.K. to Continent
    Bloomberglast month

    Muji Weighs Brexit Headquarters Move Away From U.K. to Continent

    The retailer of Muji products is considering moving its European headquarters out of the U.K. because of Brexit, in what would be at least the second such shift by a Japanese company. Ryohin Keikaku Co., which sells everything from furniture to kitchenware under the Muji brand, is weighing Germany as the most likely site for a new European base, according to a person with knowledge of the situation, who didn’t want to be identified because the plans aren’t public. “As a company we’re reviewing the risks from Brexit and always considering all available options,” a spokeswoman for Muji, which has 12 U.K. stores, said by email.

  • Sony Banks on AI as Key Survival Strategy: Others to Follow?
    Zacks2 months ago

    Sony Banks on AI as Key Survival Strategy: Others to Follow?

    Sony (SNE) has been focusing on embedding AI and robotic capabilities within its audio video technologies to counter the existing and probable future threats to the Japanese technology.

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    Panasonic to move European headquarters out of UK

    LONDON (AP) — Japanese electronics giant Panasonic has become the latest company to announce plans to move its European headquarters out of Britain ahead of Brexit.

  • Japan's Panasonic to move European headquarters to Amsterdam in October - Nikkei
    Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Panasonic to move European headquarters to Amsterdam in October - Nikkei

    Moving the regional headquarters to continental Europe will also help Panasonic avoid any barriers to the flow of people and goods, Laurent Abadie, chief executive officer of Panasonic Europe, told Nikkei. Of the employees based out of London office, 10 to 20 engaged in auditing and financial operations will be moved to the Netherlands, with only investor relations staff staying, the Nikkei report said.

  • Japan's Panasonic to move European headquarters to Amsterdam in October: Nikkei
    Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Panasonic to move European headquarters to Amsterdam in October: Nikkei

    Moving the regional headquarters to continental Europe will also help Panasonic avoid any barriers to the flow of people and goods, Laurent Abadie, chief executive officer of Panasonic Europe, told Nikkei. Of the employees based out of London office, 10 to 20 engaged in auditing and financial operations will be moved to the Netherlands, with only investor relations staff staying, the Nikkei report said.

  • Panasonic joins effort to license out low-cost OLED panel-making process
    Reuters2 months ago

    Panasonic joins effort to license out low-cost OLED panel-making process

    Panasonic Corp said on Thursday it has partnered an affiliate of Japan Display Inc to license out a low-cost organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel-making process, a possible alternative to the conventional method used by dominant South Korean manufacturers. The unlisted affiliate, JOLED Inc, is in talks with several global panel producers to license its printing process for OLED panels, where organic color materials are deposited onto glass substrates in a way similar to ink-jet printing. The method can produce OLED screens 20 percent to 30 percent cheaper than the current evaporation process as it does not need equipment such as vacuum chambers or metal masks to deposit the color materials, according to JOLED.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Panasonic joins effort to license out low-cost OLED panel-making process

    Panasonic Corp said on Thursday it has partnered an affiliate of Japan Display Inc to license out a low-cost organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel-making process, a possible alternative to the conventional method used by dominant South Korean manufacturers. The unlisted affiliate, JOLED Inc, is in talks with several global panel producers to license its printing process for OLED panels, where organic color materials are deposited onto glass substrates in a way similar to ink-jet printing. The method can produce OLED screens 20 percent to 30 percent cheaper than the current evaporation process as it does not need equipment such as vacuum chambers or metal masks to deposit the color materials, according to JOLED.

  • Panasonic's LX100 II gets a resolution boost and touchscreen
    Engadget2 months ago

    Panasonic's LX100 II gets a resolution boost and touchscreen

    Panasonic has launched the Lumix LX100 II, a compact camera for photographers who might want a bigger sensor than on models like Sony's RX100 VI. The biggest change over the last model is a higher resolution 17-megapixel Four Thirds MOS sensor, a large boost over the 12.8-megapixel chip on the last model. It has much lower noise levels, even at high ISOs, meaning you can get clean shots at up to the maximum 25,600 ISO.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    Corrections & Amplifications

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  • Panasonic Will Survive Its Tesla Codependency
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Panasonic Will Survive Its Tesla Codependency

    If you’ve been tied to the hype around Tesla Inc., it can feel difficult to untether. This week, Panasonic said Tesla was retreating from an agreement to buy all the solar cells and modules it makes at Tesla’s solar facility – the so called Gigafactory 2 -- in Buffalo, where it is investing almost $300 million. As part of the agreement signed less than two years ago, Panasonic was expected to cover capital costs and Tesla signed up to a 10-year purchase commitment, according to filings.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Tesla Backs Off Solar Panel Deal With Panasonic

    TOKYO—Tesla Inc. has backed away from an agreement to buy all of the output from a solar-panel factory it operates with Panasonic Corp., the Japanese company said Thursday, another sign of the uncertain outlook for Tesla’s SolarCity subsidiary. Panasonic said it began making solar cells and modules at the factory in Buffalo, N.Y., in August 2017, under a deal that called for Tesla to buy the entire output for its home solar-panel business. Tesla is still buying some modules and cells from the plant as well.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Inside Tesla's troubled New York solar factory

    SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tesla Inc’s (TSLA.O) production of solar roof tiles has been delayed by assembly-line problems at its new publicly subsidized factory and difficulties producing a product that satisfies the aesthetic demands of CEO Elon Musk, eight former and current employees of both companies told Reuters. Repeated hold-ups since the Buffalo, New York plant opened last year have forced Tesla's partner in the joint venture, Panasonic , to seek other buyers for the components it had built to sell to Tesla, according to a Panasonic employee, a former Panasonic employee and a former Tesla employee. The issues have also rattled the faith of state officials in Tesla's ability to deliver on investment and employment promises it made in exchange for $750 million in state subsidies.

  • Inside Tesla's troubled New York solar factory
    Reuters2 months ago

    Inside Tesla's troubled New York solar factory

    SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tesla Inc’s (TSLA.O) production of solar roof tiles has been delayed by assembly-line problems at its new publicly subsidized factory and difficulties producing a product that satisfies the aesthetic demands of CEO Elon Musk, eight former and current employees of both companies told Reuters. Repeated hold-ups since the Buffalo, New York plant opened last year have forced Tesla's partner in the joint venture, Panasonic , to seek other buyers for the components it had built to sell to Tesla, according to a Panasonic employee, a former Panasonic employee and a former Tesla employee. The issues have also rattled the faith of state officials in Tesla's ability to deliver on investment and employment promises it made in exchange for $750 million in state subsidies.

  • 10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market’s Irrationality
    InvestorPlace2 months ago

    10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market’s Irrationality

    Logically, the idea of buying lithium stocks is a frequently made suggestion. For instance, industry demand for lithium remains robust, and is likely to increase as electronics manufacturers pump out smart devices. Why the disconnect between lithium stocks and underlying industry demand?