Japan Industrial Partners, owners of Olympus, to buy also Toshiba

Japan Industrial Partners, owners of the Olympus camera business, agreed to buy Toshiba:

"Toshiba announced a 2 trillion yen ($14 billion) tender offer on Monday in a move that would take it private, as the scandal-tarnished Japanese electronics and energy giant seeks to turn itself around. The tender offer led by a buyout fund of major Japanese banks and companies called Japan Industrial Partners starts Tuesday and is priced at 4,620 yen ($32) a share." (AP)

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