Saturday, February 24, 2018

Sony must resist the temptation to get into everything once again and should instead maintain its focus and direction [COMPACTIDEA]

Sony's flirtation with tax-hailing is a distraction, not an opportunity. Sony is recovering, but profits shouldn't mean that Sony [once again] gets distracted and starts doing things it shouldn't be doing. Cabs and taxis aren't things Sony should be concerned with. Leave those to the Olas and the Ubers. Instead, Sony should stay laser focused on business and consumer electronics, software, online services, cameras, chips/components/sensors, game consoles and games, smartphones and tablets, IoT devices, automotive electronics, robots, etc. These are the businesses that are Sony's strengths and that Sony can do well in.

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