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Professional sports photography has been a duopoly for decades but new technology is changing the market
Ability to adapt is paying off for the venerable Japanese camera company
The apparent loser in the race for the medical device maker is, in fact, the winner
Foreign buyout groups struggle to compete against cashed up Japanese corporate stalwarts
Weaker yen and robots make reshoring local manufacturing more viable
Camera makers have already lost the casual snapper. Who is next?
Some problems even the weaker yen cannot fix
Falling currency helps, but companies need to come up with the goods
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Japan’s world-beating camera makers are their own worst enemies
Yen’s strength has forced electronics manufacturers to accept restructuring
Japanese electronics company predicts second year of little profit growth