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  1. Dec 20, 1997 · Masaru Ibuka, a low-key engineer who co-founded one of Japan's greatest postwar successes, the Sony Corporation, died yesterday at his home in Tokyo. Mr. Ibuka, who was 89, died from heart failure ...

  2. This file picture dated 20 October 1992, shows Akio Morita , the business tycoon who co-founded the electronics giant Sony Corp., and his partner... Close-Up Of Masaru Ibuka And Akio Morita , Co-Founders Of Sony. Au Japon, en janvier 1973, le co-fondateur de la firme 'SONY', AKIO MORITA, assis à...

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  4. Feb 04, 2016 · Masaru Ibuka was born in the city of Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, on April 11, 1908. He was a very inquisitive child who was fond of experimenting. One of the earliest short-wave hams in Japan; his calls have been logged in overseas records back in the days of 1926. He graduated from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, with the B.S. degree in ...

  5. In September 1945, Masaru Ibuka returned to Tokyo to begin work in the war-damaged capital. A narrow room with a telephone switchboard located on the third floor of the Shirokiya Department Store (Tokyu Department Store which closed on January 1999) in Nihombashi became the new workshop for Ibuka and his group.

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  7. The partner who joined him brought in a venturesome spirit and a distinctive ambassadorial flair. Together, they created the dynamics that would drive Sony out into the global marketplace. The Engineer. Ibuka Masaru was a “pure and simple soul,” according to his partner. To the very marrow of his bones he was an inventor a tinkerer, an ...

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