Sony Ericsson Says 4Q Net Profit Triples

Jan 17, 2007

(AP) -- Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson said Wednesday its net profit more than tripled in the fourth quarter, as record sales of its music and camera handsets helped it gain market shares.



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