Sony's New Tune?

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The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion, with host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross, James Early, and Charly Travers.

Sony has retained Morgan Stanley and Citigroup to consider a proposal by hedge fund investor Dan Loeb. Loeb, who owns around 6% of Sony, recently hand-delivered a letter to Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai urging him to spin off Sony's music and movie business. What would the move mean for investors? Is it a good move for shareholders? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, our analysts discuss the future of Sony.

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