Sony Group Corporation (ソニーグループ株式会社Sonī/ˈsni/ SOH-nee), formerly known as Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo K.K. The Group comprises entities such as  Corporation,  Semiconductor Solutions, Entertainment (including Pictures and Music Group). Interactive Entertainment, Financial Group, and others.

This electronics company, known for creating products such as the transistor radio TR-55, the home video tape recorder CV-2000. The portable audio player Walkman, and the compact disc player CDP-101, embarked on diverse business ventures. In 1988, Sony acquired CBS Records, and in 1989, it acquired Columbia Pictures. The company also introduced the home video game console PlayStation. In Japan, they expanded into the financial sector. In 2021, they transformed into a holding company, handing over the name Corporation to its subsidiary electronics company.

With its 55 percent market share in the image sensor market, is the largest manufacturer of image sensors. The second largest camera manufacturer, and is among the semiconductor sales leaders. It is the world’s largest player in the premium TV market for a television of at least 55 inches (140 centimeters) with a price higher than $2,500 as well as second largest TV brand by market share and, as of 2020, the third largest television manufacturer in the world by annual sales figures.

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