Sony is selling its New York HQ, then re-renting it

18 January, 2013
The NY building is Sony's US headquarters. It has been sold for the amount of $1.1 billion.

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??? Did you guys even read the news? I mean come on, who would think that sony could get bankrupt.

Xperiaan, 18 Jan 2013really?? well, that's a new level of hating! did it hurt u when... moreI agree...he sounds BITTER and UNREASONABLE...I think he is experiencing a big problem with his life lol

ashuishere, 18 Jan 2013going same way as nokia, u lose smartphone sales, u do not los... moreNice words man,
I never liked Nokia, but i really hope they come back.
I hate to see it in this position

[deleted post]With all the UNPARALLELED-QUALITY products they produce, shame on you. You're not helping do you? just keep quite and eat your words. Thanks! lol

[deleted post]really?? well, that's a new level of hating!
did it hurt u when u were a little kid? or u just can't afford Sony premium devices? hmmm.....

going same way as nokia,
u lose smartphone sales,
u do not lose quality,
u lose critical acclaim in tech sites,
u do not lose die heart fans,
u lose employees and sell headquarters and rent them
u make a bang with the 920 and 820;u make a bang with xperia z and zl
while samsung and apple (fans) stare at the old piece of techs in their hands.
Surely nokia is on correct track wid asha and the 920,i hope the same for sony(i love sony products too).
I guess sony gets enough resources and teaches android better core and battery management!!

Nokia : Hi Sony

Sony : Hi Nokia

(they both sleeping under somewhere bridge) LOL

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rbsony, 18 Jan 2013What's good about Sony, they are transparent on what's going on ... moreso true

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dont worry sony. 2013 will be yours. With the two amazing devices you have started with that is for sure,

m1l4droid, 18 Jan 2013Following in Nokia's footsteps, I see.I'm sorry? Are you implying something? lol

What's good about Sony, they are transparent on what's going on within the company...but they never fail to produce QUALITY products despite odds :-)

Following in Nokia's footsteps, I see.