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  1. Oct 03, 1999 · Before that he was the junior partner to Masaru Ibuka, an engineering genius who, while not as widely known in the West, is considered in Japan to be the main founder of Sony. Mr. Ibuka died in ...

  2. Before that, he was the junior partner to Masaru Ibuka, an engineering genius who, while not as widely known in the West, is considered in Japan to be the main founder of Sony. Ibuka died in December 1997 at the age of 89. An Early Fascination Leads to a Career Shift

  3. During his service, Morita met his future business partner Masaru Ibuka in the Navy's Wartime Research Committee. Sony. On May 7, 1946, Morita and Ibuka founded Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation, the forerunner of Sony Corporation) with about 20 employees and initial capital of ¥190,000 ...

  4. History. In 1946, Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo K.K. (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation, The predecessor of Sony Group Corporation) started as a small company with capital of just 190,000 yen and approximately 20 employees. Founder Masaru Ibuka said the purpose of setting up the company was to "establish an ideal factory.

  5. Tokyo Revengers ( Japanese: 東京卍リベンジャーズ, Hepburn: Tōkyō Ribenjāzu) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It has been serialized in Kodansha 's Weekly Shōnen Magazine since March 2017. An anime television series adaptation by Liden Films aired from April to September 2021.

  6. In October, Ibuka paired with his team to form Tokyo Tsushin Kenkyujo, also called Totsuken, and often shortened to TTK. Converters & A $500 Partnership. As is the case for any business, Ibuka and his team immediately began to search for a gap in the market. Something that was in demand, could be produced and would begin churning profits for them.

  7. This file picture dated 20 October 1992, shows Akio Morita , the business tycoon who co-founded the electronics giant Sony Corp., and his partner... Sony President Akio Morita talks with a staff at a production line at the company's factory on November 30, 1972 in Tokyo, Japan.

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