Panasonic

Panasonic Corporation manufactures and sells various electronic and electric products under the Panasonic brand name worldwide. It provides digital AV products, including flat TVs and projectors, Blu-ray disc players and recorders, Blu-ray disc theaters, DVD players and recorders, DVD home theaters, digital cameras, digital video cameras, dual cameras, accessories, and other products; mobile phones; home communication products; and car AV and navigation systems. The company also offers air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, kitchen appliances, ventilating fans, range hood products, air purifiers, dehumidifiers, electric fans, ceiling fans, electric irons, heat pumps, batteries, power supply products, and other products; and oxygen concentrators, massage chairs, hygienic toilet seats, and blood pressure meters, as well as beauty products. In addition, it provides business solutions consisting of communication solutions, security systems, personal computers, professional AV products, document and imaging solutions, terminal solutions, IT solutions, and recording media products; eco solutions, including photovoltaic and lighting products, electrical construction materials, air conditioning and purification products, home building products and materials; and healthcare products, such as in vitro diagnostics, medical imaging, hospital systems, home/personal use products, and dental clinic/dental laboratory products. Further, Panasonic Corporation offers industrial devices comprising passive and connecting components, sensors, speakers/others, printed wiring boards/modules, materials, semiconductors, storages, supplies, batteries and energy products, factory automation products, motors, compressors, and others. The company was formerly known as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Panasonic Corporation in 2008. Panasonic Corporation was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Kadoma, Japan.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Kadoma, JP
Founded
1918
Size (employees)
257,533 (est)+4%
Panasonic was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Kadoma, JP

Key People at Panasonic

Kazuhiro Tsuga

Kazuhiro Tsuga

President and CEO
Joseph Taylor

Joseph Taylor

Chairman & CEO, Panasonic Corporation of North America
Laurent Abadie

Laurent Abadie

Chairman & CEO, Panasonic Europe Ltd
Yoshiyuki Miyabe

Yoshiyuki Miyabe

Managing Director
Shusaku Nagae

Shusaku Nagae

Chairman of the Board
Masayuki Oku

Masayuki Oku

Director
Paul Margis

Paul Margis

Executive Officer
Yoshihiko Yamada

Yoshihiko Yamada

EVP Strategic Regions Business Promotion Division In charge of TESLA Business
Kazunori Takami

Kazunori Takami

EVP Customer Satisfaction, and Design
Hideaki Kawai

Hideaki Kawai

Senior Managing Director of Accounting and Finance
Tamio Yoshioka

Tamio Yoshioka

President, Eco Solutions Company
Yorihisa Shiokawa

Yorihisa Shiokawa

President, Panasonic Latin America
Yoshio Ito

Yoshio Ito

President, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company
Yukio Nakashima

Yukio Nakashima

Senior Vice President, Appliances Company Director, Consumer Marketing Sector for Japan Region
Norihisa Mimura

Norihisa Mimura

Executive Officer
Hidetoshi Osawa

Hidetoshi Osawa

Chairman, Panasonic Corporation of China
Toshiyuki Takagi

Toshiyuki Takagi

Executive Officer

Panasonic Office Locations

Panasonic has offices in Kadoma, Tokyo, Denver, Farmington and in 27 other locations
Kadoma, JP (HQ)
1006, Oaza Kadoma, Kadoma-shi
Tokyo, JP
3-5-1 Ariake, Koto-ku
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Panasonic Data and Metrics

Panasonic Financial Metrics

USD

Market capitalization (25-Jul-2017)

31.5 b

Closing share price (25-Jul-2017)

13.5
Panasonic's current market capitalization is $31.5 b.

Panasonic Market Value History

Panasonic Median Salaries

Source: 382 public H-1B filings from Panasonic

Traffic Overview of Panasonic

Panasonic Online and Social Media Presence

Panasonic News and Updates

Tesla shows off a new Panasonic-made low-profile residential solar panel

 Tesla is still hoping to begin installations of its solar roof tile product later this year, but that’s not really a great option unless you’re building new or replacing your existing roof, so it makes sense that it would continue to also offer retrofit solar options, like the new Panasonic panels …

Tesla unveils new Panasonic-built solar panels that will fit almost any roof

Tesla is moving fast on its quest to bring renewable clean energy straight to your home – and its brand new solar panels could be the perfect match for your roof. The company has unveiled a new series of solar panels specifically designed to be fitted onto existing roofs. Manufactured by Panasonic, …

Drivemode raises $6.5M from Panasonic and others for smartphone car tech

 If you’re an Android device owner and also a driver, you may already be familiar with Drivemode: It’s one of the most popular apps for use in cars on Google Play, with over one million app downloads and active users spread across 180 countries. The app is designed to reduce distractions for drives …

Review: Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven

This countertop oven isn't worth getting heated up over. The post Review: Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven appeared first on WIRED.

Panasonic wants to expand Tesla partnership to sensors for self-driving

 Panasonic is hoping that it can get even closer to partner Tesla, after the relationship between the two has proven so fruitful in the realm of electric vehicle batteries. The Japanese company is looking to become involved in the production of Tesla’s self-driving system, too, with a proposal of co…

Panasonic envisions autonomous cars with bubble-like cabins

Panasonic showed its concept car of the future at its CES 2017 press event. Since the cars will be autonomous, they won’t need to look or function like today’s vehicles. Instead, Panasonic believes the future car will be like a spacious cabin, where passengers sit inside a round bubble. The idea is …
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