Struggling Toshiba considers selling stake in its device unit

Japan's Toshiba is considering a stake in its medical equipment unit as part of a broader restructuring in the wake of an accounting scandal. The company is laying off 6,800 people and forecast a record 550 billion yen ($4.5 billion) loss for the fiscal year. In October, the company said that it has sold its stake in Japanese medical equipment manufacturer Topcon. More

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