TOKYO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - An obscure Japanese company has created a stir by making the very unlikely claim that it spent about $190 billion to take controlling stakes in Sony Corp and five other major companies. Japan's financial regulator, the Financial Services Agency, said on Friday it was investigating the veracity of the filing by Teramento Corporation given the "extraordinary transaction size" of stocks it claims to have purchased. In the filings, Teramento says it bought 51 ...
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