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  2. Masaru Ibuka was born in the city of Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, on April 11, 1908. He was a very inquisitive child who was fond of experimenting. One of the earliest short-wave hams in Japan; his calls have been logged in overseas records back in the days of 1926.

  3. Masaru Ibuka - Wikipedia

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    Masaru Ibuka was born on April 11, 1908, as the first son of Tasuku Ibuka, an architectural technologist and a student of Inazo Nitobe. [4] His ancestral family were chief retainers of the Aizu Domain, and his relatives include Yae Ibuka and Ibuka Kajinosuke. Masaru lost his father at the age of two and was taken over by his grandfather. [5]

  4. Masaru Ibuka (井深 大 Ibuka Masaru, April 11, 1908, Nikkō City, Japan – December 19, 1997, Tokyo) was a Japanese electronics industrialist and co-founder of Sony. Ibuka graduated in 1933 from Waseda University. After graduating, he went to work at Photo-Chemical Laboratory, a company which processed movie film.

  5. Ibuka, Masaru | Encyclopedia.com

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    Masaru Ibuka As co-founder and longtime president of the Sony Corporation, Japanese executive Masaru Ibuka (1908-1997) conceived of and brought to fruition several of the most popular and fundamentally influential consumer electronics innovations of the twentieth century.

  6. Sony Global - Press Release - Masaru Ibuka 1908-1997

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    Tokyo, Japan - It is with great sadness that Sony Corporation announced the loss of Masaru Ibuka, Founder and Chief Advisor, Sony Corporation. Mr. Ibuka passed away on Friday, December 19, 1997, at 03:38 a.m. at his home in Tokyo. The cause of death was heart failure. Mr. Ibuka was 89 years old. He is survived by one son and two daughters.

  7. Masaru Ibuka | Sony Wiki | Fandom

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    Masaru Ibuka was a Japanese electronics worker who is best known for being the co-founder of Sony. Masaru was the first and eldest son of his parents. His father died at a young age, and he moved to Kobe with his mother after she remarried. He passed an entrance exam at a local school where he...

  8. Masaru Ibuka was born in the city of Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, on April 11, 1908. He was a very inquisitive child who was fond of experimenting. One of the earliest short-wave hams in Japan; his calls have been logged in overseas records back in the days of 1926. Education

  9. Obituary: Masaru Ibuka | The Independent | The Independent

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    Masaru Ibuka, electronics engineer and industrialist: born Nikko, Japan 11 April 1908; founder, Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (later Sony Corporation) 1946, president 1950-71, chairman 1971-76, honorary ...

  10. Masaru Ibuka (1908-1997) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Ibuka's company, now named "Sony," a combination of the Latin word for sound "sonus" and the chic Japanese boys of the time nicknamed "sonny," quickly took over the market. Ibuka led Sony in directions that were unusual for a Japanese company at the time, as they tried to create more of their own products instead of simply modifying Western ...

  11. Masaru Ibuka - PBS

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    Ibuka was born in 1908 in Nikko City, Japan. He attended the School of Science and Engineering at Waseda University where he earned the nickname "genius inventor." When he graduated in 1933 he...

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