Sony’s Troubles to Worsen with Apple’s iTV; Special Technology Report by Profit Confidential

As reported in a recent Profit Confidential article, Sony Corporation has fallen on hard times due to corporate earnings being hit by tough competition in the TV sector. Just as Sony is trying to stop the bleeding, Sasha Cekerevac, contributor to popular financial newsletter Profit Confidential, says that, if rumors of an Apple “iTV” are true, this could be a deadly blow to Sony.

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Sony's Troubles to Worsen with Apple's iTV

Apple is hot in the retail sector, as customers love the firm and their innovative products. Now, as Sony is falling to the side, here comes yet another competitor to give Sony the push down the ditch.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 24, 2012

As reported in a recent Profit Confidential article, Sony Corporation has fallen on hard times due to corporate earnings being hit by tough competition in the TV sector. Just as Sony is trying to stop the bleeding, Sasha Cekerevac, contributor to popular financial newsletter Profit Confidential, says that, if rumors of an Apple “iTV” are true, this could be a deadly blow to Sony.

“Currently Sony is on pace to lose money on TVs for an eighth consecutive year,” says Cekerevac. Sony once had a market capitalization of $100 billion; it currently trades with a valuation at just under $20.0 billion.

According to Cekerevac, true value is generated with new products that are unique and stand apart from the crowd. Cekerevac points to the original and innovative products Sony created years ago, such as the “Walkman” and the original “Sony TV.”

“Apple is hot in the retail sector, as customers love the firm and their innovative products. Now, as Sony is falling to the side, here comes yet another competitor to give Sony the push down the ditch,” says Cekerevac.

Sony, once synonymous with TVs, might be forced to leave the TV market altogether, says Cekerevac. “Who can imagine that thought occurring 20 years ago?”

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