USB drives and memory cards by about 30 percent at its plant in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture. It's the first output cut for the device in about three years. The electronics maker aims to work off inventory and see a recovery in the market amid falling...
Asian Wall Street Journal
Japanese electronics maker copes with excessive inventory after seeing weaker-than-expected demand for such chips used to store data in various mobile gadgets...Toshiba's move is part of the industry's efforts to address the oversupply problem that .