Go Big or Go Home

Kelly, Tim
June 2007
Forbes Asia;6/4/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p52
This article focuses on the efforts of Sharp Corp. to beat competition in the liquid crystal display (LCD) market by manufacturing LCDs that measures 108 inches on the diagonal. It explains that Sharp's Kameyam factory in Japan is busy production the 108-inch LCDs that the company hopes will beat the competition from Samsung, Sony and LG Electronics-Philips. Sharp says that the market for smaller LCDs is flooded with several manufacturers. Sharp is confident that profits are in the bigger LCDs.


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