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About Olympus Corp.

Yasuo Takeuchi

Shinjuku Monolith
2-3-1, Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo To 163-0914
Phone: 81333402111


Olympus Corporation 2023 Q1 - Results - Earnings Call Presentation (OTCMKTS:OCPNY)
Aug 10, 2022 02:31am

The following slide deck was published by Olympus Corporation in conjunction with their 2023 Q1 earnings call.

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Olympus Corporation (OCPNY) Management on Q1 2023 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Aug 10, 2022 02:17am

Olympus Corporation (OTCPK:OCPNY) Q1 2023 Earnings Conference Call August 9, 2022 2:00 AM ET Company Participants Chikashi Takeda - Executive Officer & CFO Nacho Abia - COO &…

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Olympus Corporation GAAP EPS of ¥19.52, revenue of ¥214.06B
Aug 09, 2022 18:18pm

Olympus Corporation press release (OCPNY): Q1 GAAP EPS of ¥19.52. Revenue of ¥214.06B (+11.8% Y/Y).

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Japan court holds ex-TEPCO execs liable for Fukushima crisis
Jul 13, 2022 11:27am

TOKYO (AP) — A Tokyo court on Wednesday ordered four former executives at the utility behind the tsunami wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant to pay 13 trillion yen ($94 billion) to the company, holding them liable for the 2011 meltdown crisis. In a high profile ruling, the Tokyo District Court said the former chairman of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Tsunehisa Katsumata, and three other former executives failed to fulfil their duty of taking the utmost safety precautions despite knowing the risks of a serious accident in case of a major tsunami. It said they could have prevented the disaster if they had taken available scientific data more seriously and acted sooner. A magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami destroyed key cooling systems at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, causing its three reactors to melt down, spreading massive radiation in the area and keeping tens of thousands of residents from returning home due to radioactive contamination and safety concerns. A group of 48 TEPCO shareholders filed the suit in 2012 demanding that Katsumata and four others — former TEPCO president Masataka Shimizu, former vice presidents Sakae Muto and Ichiro Takekuro, and another executive, Akio Komori, pay 22 trillion yen ($160 billion) in damages to the company.