The company is set for yet another losing year, but they're hoping for better reports soon, thanks to some new initiatives.
Imagine what you'd do with a million bucks. Now $350 million. Now picture how you'd feel if you lost $350 million. That's how much money Sony lost in the second quarter of 2011 and they're expecting a loss of around $1.2 billion for the year.
Sony's been faltering for a while and it's not just the TV business that's bringing the company down. There are a few profitable areas, but nothing that's enough to bring the company out of the red.
Sony has a couple of plans to bring itself back, including buying the part of Sony Ericsson that's owned by Ericsson and restructuring the whole TV division.