Mitsubishi Motors Corp (7211.T)
23 May 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||¥1,130,746.00|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||6,178.94|
TOKYO, May 23 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp is taking steps toward resuming dividend payments after nearly a decade-long turnaround bankrolled by other Mitsubishi group companies, according to people with direct knowledge of the plans.
May 22 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp is taking steps toward resuming dividend payments after nearly a decade-long turnaround bankrolled by other Mitsubishi group companies, according to people with direct knowledge of the plans.
May 23 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp is planning to wipe out about 924.6 billion yen ($8.9 billion) of cumulative losses in the year ending March 2014 by tapping its capital base, the Nikkei reported.
TOKYO, April 25 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp's net profit rose 58.7 percent year-on-year to hit a record of 38.0 billion yen ($382.4 million) in the financial year ended March, helped by the yen's rapid depreciation, cost cuts and Japan's green car subsidies.
TOKYO, April 24 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp said the overheating of lithium-ion batteries used in its Outlander SUV plug-in hybrid was likely to have been caused by cells that were damaged when dropped onto the ground during manufacturing.
TOKYO, April 24 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp estimated its net profit for the financial year ended March 31 at 38 billion yen ($382.5 million), nearly triple the original forecast it had issued in February, citing the yen's depreciation and cost cuts.
TOKYO, April 23 - Japan's transport ministry told Mitsubishi Motors Corp on Tuesday that it must conduct vehicle recalls more quickly after discovering multiple problems in past cases, on the same day that the carmaker filed for another recall.
TOKYO, April 23 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp said it will recall 3,839 Outlander plug-in hybrids sold in Japan due to a problem in the software that controls the front and rears motors.
April 23 - Mitsubishi Motors Corp will reduce the production capacity of a major plant in Okayama prefecture by about 40 percent this year, the Nikkei said.
* Batteries may have experienced excessive shock in testing