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Toshiba to map out endgame of Western Digital feud

The future fate of Toshiba Memory shares remains a major sticking point

Toshiba seeks to complete a roughly 2 trillion yen sale of Toshiba Memory to firm up its finances by next March.

TOKYO -- Top executives at Toshiba will meet Wednesday to discuss settling a legal dispute with Western Digital that has threatened to derail the Japanese conglomerate's plan to sell its flagship memory business.

While negotiations with Western Digital are believed to be at the final stages, a few sticking points remain. Toshiba's directors will discuss ways to resolve them at the morning meeting. The company has been stepping up talks with the American chipmaker, with a top executive traveling to the U.S. just last week.

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