Hitachi Ltd. cut the losses in its hard-disk division (HDD) by about 75 percent, as Japans largest electronics company announced profitable third-quarter financials.
“We had originally forecast an annual operating loss of [about $400 million] for the HDD business,” said Hitachis executive vice president Yoshiki Yagi in a statement. “But thanks to restructuring efforts, the annual loss is now expected to come in around $103.4 million.”
The improvement in its hard-disk drive business was aided by its acquisition of a major chunk of IBMs disk-drive operations.
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