Dragging down the rest of the company Sony's mobile unit posts a quarterly operating loss of $1.6 billion on $2.8 billion in revenue.
First quarter for new CEO Marcelo Claure was a rocky one, with growth largely driven by the carrier's wholesale business, but there were signs of progress.
The e-commerce company misses Wall Street expectations and reports a third-quarter loss of $437 million. More critically, it warns that its fourth-quarter revenue will also disappoint.
The world's largest chipmaker by sales continued to post stronger numbers in its PC and data-center businesses, but its mobile unit posted just $1 million in revenue and another huge loss.
The situation is so bad that Sony is suspending its dividend -- the first time it won't be making a payout since it listed in 1958.
The company generated a loss during the three months that ended in June -- a contrast to the small profit a year earlier.
Following a profitable first quarter, the strain of multiple product launches weighs on the e-commerce giant.
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The software giant is trying to crack down on scammers that allegedly took advantage of consumers by claiming their PCs were infected with malware.
After several quarters of losses, BlackBerry finally ekes out a small profit. But sales remain weak for the once-mighty smartphone maker.