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Olympus Corporation Sponsored ADR (Japan), also called Olympus, is engaged in the manufacture and sale of precision machineries and instruments. It operates through the following segments: Medical Systems, Life Sciences and Industrial, Imaging Systems, Information and Communications, and Others. Read More The Medical Systems segment covers endoscopes, and endoscopic surgery and therapy. The Life Sciences and Industrial segment manufactures and sells biological and industrial microscopes, industrial endoscopes, non-destructive testing equipment, and printers. The Imaging Systems segment deals with digital cameras and recording devices. The Information and Communication segment sells mobile terminals such as mobile phones. The Others segment includes biomaterial manufacturing and sales, and system development. The company was founded by Takeshi Yamashita on October 12, 1919 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. OCPNY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com).
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Ex-Olympus executive avoids prison in case over infection-linked scopes
A former executive of a subsidiary of Japan’s Olympus Corp avoided prison on Wednesday after admitting he failed to file necessary reports with U.S. regulators about infections linked to a widely-used type of medical scope it made.
Yahoo FinanceMay 13
Olympus Launches ESG-150 Electrosurgery Generator at Digestive Disease Week 2019
Physicians gain greater control in cutting and coagulation with new, simple and safe electrosurgical generator CENTER VALLEY, Pa., May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Olympus, a global technology leader in designing and delivering innovative solutions for medical and surgical procedures, among other core businesses, is announcing at Digestive Disease Week 2019 the launch and 510(k) clearance of the ESG-150 Electrosurgery Generator (ESG-150). Electrosurgical generators supply the high frequency electrical current ...
Wall Street JournalMay 13