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Monday, October 5, 2015
No 'red tide' outside my office window, says TSMC chairman
Regarding the rise of a "red supply chain" in China that allegedly will see that country's semiconductor industry outpacing Taiwan's within three years, Morris Chang, founding chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), said Sunday that this will not be so easy for China to achieve as people think.
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Eva Air (長榮航空) was ranked in the top 10 in customer service in an annual New York-based ranking of the best airlines in business travel.
Although shipments of Microsoft Corp.'s Surface Hub conferencing system have been delayed from Sept. 1 this year to Jan. 1 next year, the large-screen tablet will remain out of reach for Taiwanese businesses.
HTC Corp. (宏達電) unveiled two flagship smartphones in Japan Tuesday as part of a drive to compete against Apple Inc.'s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models amid shorter product cycles of Android handsets.
Record numbers of mainland Chinese tourists are expected to visit Taiwan during China's weeklong National Day holiday which started on Oct. 1, Taipei-based China Times reported on Sunday.
 > Taiwan
The race for Internet service from space is on, again.
Internet giants race to faster mobile news apps
U.S. tech giants are turning to the news in their competition for mobile users, developing new, faster ways to deliver content, but the benefits for struggling media outlets remain unclear.
Dairy Farmers of America has announced plans to close a cheese plant in Plymouth, eliminating 300 jobs. The plant that makes Borden cheese and private-label products is expected to be closed in January because it has out-of-date technology and infrastructure. It's been operating since 1954.
The public is about to get a look at details of an US$18 billion settlement agreement announced in July to resolve years of legal fighting over damage caused by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill.
Several engineers at scandal-hit German automaker Volkswagen have admitted to installing the device in the company's cars aimed at cheating pollution tests, a newspaper reported Sunday.
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