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  1. Android News

    Fujitsu selling majority stake in mobile phone division to investment firm

    Japanese IT firm Fujitsu has announced a plan to spin off their mobile device business into a separate company. Under the deal, investment firm Polaris will take over management and assume control of 70% of the company, while Fujitsu will retain a 30% stake.
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    Huawei and others are looking to purchase Fujitsu's mobile division

    After years of struggles, it’s reportedly time for Fujitsu to throw in the towel, following in the footsteps of fellow Japanese players Mitsubishi, Toshiba, NEC and Panasonic. Several investment funds, including Japan’s own Polaris Capital Group and the British CVC Capital Partners, might enter...
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    Fujitsu spins out its PC and mobile divisions into separate units

    In a world where Samsung and Apple are the biggest smartphone players and the rest are largely left fighting for scraps, it's not easy to compete. That's why Fujitsu is separating the smartphone business from the rest of its business, creating wholly owned subsidiaries for the struggling PC and...