District of NY
CASE NO. 00 CIV. 7242 (SAS),
Jury Trial, November 5-6, 2002, NYC
HON. SHIRA A. SCHEINDLIN, Federal District Judge, Presiding
Trial Testimony of Kamijo and Tamura
Hideki Kamijo Testimony (page 1066, line 10 through line 16)
Q Why was the investor solution announced
before it had been developed? A One of the characteristics or sales points
of Disclosurevision is to provide Solutions to Japan’s financial market as a
whole. And this investor Solution is
[an] integral part of this total system.
So the Fujitsu wanted to emphasize that this is a comprehensive system.
…… (page 2731, line 22 through line 34)
Q Mr. Kamijo, why didn’t Fujitsu ever develop any of the ideas you just
described for Investor Solution? A Yes. Well, one reason, first of all, is
that the target customers, that is, the on-line trading companies, had already
begun building for themselves the scheme that we were thinking of utilizing to
build a product for them.
Q You said the first reason were there any
others? A One of the other reasons why
it’s still under planning is because currently the number of on-line trading
firms is decreasing.
…… (page 2734, line 22 through line 24)
…however it turned out
that this would be provided free of charge by the Tokyo Stock Exchange, so the
TanshinStation disappointedly was not sold.
…… (page 2735, line 14
through line 21)
Q Why in your view didn’t any sales of IR
Station Happen? A First of all, one
reason was because the IR, PR sections, accounting, and general affairs
department, had been the target for this product, and at that time the Japanese
Economic bubble had burst and all of the sections and department were engaged
in cost cutting measures at the time, and they did not have the budget for
…… (page 2741, line 3
through line 6)
Q Does Fujitsu, to your knowledge, Mr.
Kamijo, have any current plans to develop products that would fall under the
investor solution component of Disclosurevision? A No.
…… (page 2741, line 20
through line 22)
Q Has the Disclosurevision effort by THAT
NAME been discontinued by Fujitsu? A
Yes, it has been.
…… (page 1075, line 3 through line 8)
Q Did you send those reports to President
Akikusa? A Yes, I did.
Q Why did you do that? A
In our Division it is common practice for presidents to be included in the
Q Do you regularly write reports to
Presidnet Akikusa? A No I don’t.
[Note: Each person who submitted such reports to
President Akikusa testified similar to the above. Then, Masayasu Tamura testified as follows:]
Ø Masayasu Tamura Testimony (page 666, line 9
through line 16)
Q Is it common for overseas business trip
reports to be sent to the President of Fujitsu A There are so many people who take trips overseas, if
everybody sent a copy of the overseas trip to the President, the president
would never have enough time to read them all.