Gerhard Fasol explains Japan’s technology sector on TV
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Japan’s tech companies need to restructure, CNBC, March 27, 2012
Gerhard Fasol, CEO, Eurotechnology Japan KK, explains why Japan’s electronic companies need to restructure and specialize to stay competitive
Germany to go nuclear-free (aired from Monday, May 30, 2011)
TV panel discussion with Chris Goodall (Oxford, author of Ten Technologies to Fix Energy and Climate), Miranda Schreurs, director of the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU), Free University of Berlin, Otto Suhr Institute for Political Science, and Gerhard Fasol, and moderated by Hazem Sika
SONY earnings (Airtime: Thurday May 26, 2011, 12:35 AM ET)
Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan KK, discusses about Sony’s latest earnings and what it means for the company and the Japan electronic industry.
iPad Revolution (Airtime: Mon. Apr. 5, 2010 :40:0 10 ET)
Live interview of Gerhard Fasol by CNBC’s Martin Soong and Sri Jegarajah
Elpida to Outsource Chips to Taiwan’s ProMOS (Airtime: Fri. Nov. 6 2009 :20:0 09 ET)
Elpida Memory will outsource chip production to Taiwan’s ProMOS as it looks to cut costs and compete against South Korean rivals. Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan assesses this news, with CNBC’s Amanda Drury.
HP Printer Business a Concern (Airtime: Wed. Aug. 19 2009 :10:0 09 ET )
Future of Video Game Sector (Airtime: Thurs. Jul. 30 2009)
AU Optronics, LG, Samsung and the LCD industry (Airtime: Thurs. Jul. 24, 2009)
Electrical sector (Airtime: Thurs. Jul. 23, 2009)
More Drastic Changes Needed at Sony (Airtime: Thursday, May 14, 2009)
With Sony set to post its first annual loss in 14 years, Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan tells CNBC’s Maura Fogarty & Rebecca Meehan it has to make more dramatic changes than what has been announced so far for it to turn the situation around.THU, MAY 14 200912:12 AM EST
Potential Flu Pandemic Positive for Telcos (Airtime: Tuesday, April 28, 2009)
Assessing Oracle-Sun Deal (Airtime: Tues. Apr. 21, 2009)
Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan KK sees quite a lot of mergers on the horizon for the tech sector, following news that Oracle is set to buy Sun Microsystems. He assesses this deal, with CNBC’s Lisa Oake & Rebecca Meehan.
Upbeat on Intel (Airtime: Tues. Apr. 14, 2009)
Foggy Outlook for Global Tech Sector (Airtime: Tues. Feb. 10 2009)
Panasonic Warns on Loss (Airtime: Wed. Feb. 4, 2009)
Tech Sector Outlook (Airtime: Wed. Oct. 22, 2008)
Nokia & Sony Ericsson Results Likely to Disappoint (Airtime: Thurs. Oct. 16 2008)
Nokia and Sony Ericsson are likely to post a fall in earnings, forecasts Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan KK, ahead of their earnings results. CNBC’s Amanda Drury asks him how both firms will fare in light of the global downturn.
Outlook for the Chip Industry (Airtime: Thurs. Sept. 18, 2008)
Assessing Japan’s Gaming Sector (Airtime: Tues. Sept. 2 2008)
Review of Japan Tech Earnings (Airtime: Wed. Jul. 30, 2008)
Sony’s shares are falling in today’s trading session after it posted a drop in first-quarter net profit, while the shares of Matsushita are gaining on its strong results. Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan KK reviews Japan’s tech earnings, with CNBC’s Maura Fogarty.
Sony Plans LCD TV Expansion (Airtime: Thurs. Jun. 26 2008)
Sony laid out aggressive expansion plans Thursday, saying it aimed for the top spot in LCD TV market. Gerhard Fasol, CEO of Eurotechnology Japan KK, considers the tech giant’s strategy.
Sony Needs a Hit Product (Airtime: Wed. May 14 2008)
Japan’s Mobile Space Not Saturated (Airtime: Wed. Apr. 9 2008)
Sony Spotlight (Airtime: Fri. Feb. 22 2008)
Yahoo! Complication (Airtime: Tues. Feb. 5 2008)
Sony Needs to Change Its Game (Airtime: Thurs. Jan. 31 2008)
Mobile Industry Resilient (Airtime: Fri. Jan. 25 2008)
Samsung’s Earnings Beat Forecasts (Airtime: Tues. Jan. 15 2008)
iPhone Dials into Japan (Airtime: Wed. Dec. 19 2007)
WiMAX technology is expected to be a success in Japan. Gerhard Fasol, CEO, Eurotechnology Japan KK explains why, plus a discussion on whether the iPhone will be a hit in Japan, with CNBC’s Amanda Drury & Martin Soong.