Tosh may now take a better offer
Toshiba shares rose more than four percent on Wednesday Western Digital is alleged to have offered to drop out of a group bidding for its flash memory chip business to take a stronger position in their joint venture instead.
We are not like that normally
Western Digital Corp’s CEO has apologised to his counterpart at Toshiba for strained ties after the US firm sued to keep their chip joint venture from being sold to rival bidders.
Deal close to being signed
Western Digital's chief executive is in Tokyo to finalise an agreement to buy the Toshiba memory chip business, ending months of dispute over the auction.
Less than the $18 billion Tosh wanted
A consortium that includes Western Digital is offering $17.4 billion for Toshiba's memory chip business, which the Japanese conglomerate is trying to sell to cover losses from its US nuclear business, sources said this morning
Please buy our memory making business
Troubled Toshiba Corp has said that it is prioritising talks with Western Digital to sell its memory chip business.
Temporary court order issued
Western Digital won a temporary US court order on Tuesday saying that Toshiba must allow Western Digital's employees to access databases and chip samples as part of a joint venture around flash memory chip plants in Japan.
We matched rival's bids
Western Digital said it matched rival bidders' offers to acquire Japanese conglomerate Toshiba's flash memory unit which implies that Tosh was doing its best not to sell the until to its partner.
Should not have bought Toshiba’s medical unit
EU regulators said they might fine Canon up to 10 percent of annual revenue for jumping the gun in its acquisition of Toshiba's Medical unit.
World's first 4-bit-per-cell 3D flash memory
Toshiba has announced the latest generation of 3D flash memory, the 4-bit-per-cell, quadruple-level cell (QLC) technology NAND flash memory.
Trouble at mill
Toshiba has had to push back its timeline to clinch a sale of its flash memory chip unit, saying the $18 billion deal was being held up due to differences of opinion within the consortium chosen as preferred bidder.