TOKYO -- Shareholders are pressing Sony over its plans to generate greater value for investors after activist fund Third Point called for a spin off of the conglomerate's image sensor business.
At the company's annual general meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday, Sony President Kenichiro Yoshida deflected a question from one shareholder about Third Point's proposal. "We cannot comment on specific shareholders," Yoshida said. "Sony will continue engaging with all of its shareholders and investors."
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