Toshiba America, Inc. (TAI) is the spitting image of its old man. The holding company, a subsidiary of high-tech titan Toshiba, handles North American business for its formidable parent. TAI's operating companies market laptops, netbooks, and PCs; MRIs and other medical imaging systems; semiconductors and hard disk drives; copiers and other office – more... equipment; and a range of consumer electronics products (television sets, HD camcorders, DVD players). The company also provides grants for science and mathematics education through its not-for-profit organization, the Toshiba America Foundation.
TAI targets customers in a variety of markets, such as education, government, medical, manufacturing, and retail. The company's operations include subsidiaries Toshiba America Electronic Components, Toshiba America Information Systems, and Toshiba America Medical Systems.
In addition to its product-focused subsidiaries, Toshiba America's operates a finance company (Toshiba America Capital).
North American operations account for about 18% of Toshiba's revenues. – less
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