“Terry Gou of Hon Hai, a major supplier of Apple products, is currently in Tokyo, the Economic Daily and the Commercial Times said, citing unidentified sources,” Faith Hung reports for Reuters.

“Gou’s move comes after Samsung agreed to buy a 3 percent stake in Sharp for $111 million earlier this week,” Hung reports. “Talks to sell a 9.9 percent stake in Sharp to Hon Hai have stalled since last year over differences about executive control, as a March deadline looms.”

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