Terrie Lloyd

Terrie Lloyd

Terrie Lloyd is a dual-national of Australia and New Zealand, and an entrepreneur who has lived in Japan for some 30 years. Since the age of 25, he has established 18 companies in the fields of media, IT, research, and consulting. He is a long-time authority on the Japanese computer and media industries and is the former publisher of Computing Japan, Japan Inc., and Metropolis, all leading in-print magazines. He has been quoted by TIME, the Economist, Forbes, the Daily Telegraph (UK), US Public Radio, Bloomberg TV, Japan Times, Wired Online, and many other leading news sources.

Saturday, 12 January 2013 00:00

Terrie’s Outtakes

FITCH, an international credit rating agency, sent shock waves through the Japanese stock market in November by cutting the ratings of Sony and Panasonic, two of the country’s bedrock electronics manufacturing companies, to junk for the first time. This came after Fitch reduced Sharp’s credit rating to junk earlier that month.


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