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Silicon printer Toshiba Memory Holdings is reportedly planning to buy out major shareholders including Apple, Dell, Kingston and Seagate, as it prepares to try its luck in the public markets.
The company could spend to the tune of ¥500bn ($4.5bn) to liberate itself from the yoke of investor oppression. The plan is made possible by a ¥1.3tn ($11.8bn) funding package from three Japanese banks.
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The deal was reported by the Wall Street Journal Monday, which cited sources familiar with the matter and said it could be finalized by the end of this month.
The four investors – all of them long-standing customers of Toshiba Memory - were a part of a consortium led by Bain Capital that purchased a majority stake in the memory-maker from Toshiba Corporation for around $18bn almost exactly a year ago.
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