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Sunday, December 21, 2014
FCA U.S., formerly Chrysler, announced Friday it will recall 3.3 million older-model autos worldwide due to concerns about faulty Takata airbags.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Steve Wozniak says he is no fan of smartwatches and believes Google Glass will fail as he cautioned not to expect the company he co-founded, Apple, to always lead the way into new technologies.
Siliconware Precision Industries Co., one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit packaging and testing services providers, has budgeted NT$14.5 billion (US$462 million) in capital expenditure (capex) for 2015.
Stan Shih (施振榮), founder and honorary chairman of Taiwan's Acer Inc. (宏碁), said Wednesday that the PC maker is showing signs of regaining its growth momentum, thanks to its organizational restructuring.
Miyamoto on 'amiibo,' 'Zelda' and 'Mario' movie
Shigeru Miyamoto seems giddy — and with good reason.
Japanese transport authorities on Friday ordered a budget airline to boost safety standards after it promoted a trainee to a full-blown pilot despite worries over ability.
Embattled Japanese auto parts maker Takata has published an open letter in major U.S. and German media, vowing to step up its safety record after an airbag crisis hammered the company's reputation.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad gets A380, complete with luxury suite
Abu Dhabi's national carrier, Etihad, showcased on Thursday the arrival of its first Airbus A380, outfitted with “the only three-room suite in the sky.”
Friday, December 19, 2014
Sony nixes film as N. Korea eyed for hack
Sony Pictures on Wednesday cancelled the release of a madcap comedy about North Korea that triggered chilling threats from hackers, as U.S. investigators reportedly blamed Pyongyang for a damaging cyber-raid on the movie giant.
Shares of Motech Industries Inc. (茂迪) extended momentum Thursday morning after the U.S. government cut an anti-dumping tariff in a final ruling against Taiwanese solar product exporters, dealers said.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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