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Thursday, November 12, 2015
Taiwanese computer maker Acer Inc. said Wednesday that Oliver Ahrens, senior corporate vice president and president of the company's pan-Asia operations, has decided to leave the company.
Citi-United Way Fundraising Campaign kicks off with Elva Hsiao's hand-drawn love card
The 21st Citi-United Way Fundraising Campaign has kicked off on Nov. 5th with Taiwanese pop singer Elva Hsiao as a celebrity endorser.
German court backs Lufthansa cabin crew strike
A German court late Tuesday gave the green light for Lufthansa's cabin staff to continue their strike, in what is set to be the worst industrial action in the history of the country's biggest airline.
US fast food protesters set sights on support from presidential candidates
Workers from McDonald's, Taco Bell and other chain restaurants protested in cities around the country Tuesday to push fast food companies to pay them at least US$15 an hour. The protesters also had a message for presidential candidates: Support the cause or lose their vote next year.
McDonald's drops idea to spin off real-estate assets
McDonald's said Tuesday it would keep its real-estate assets, including restaurants, and increase the number of its franchised restaurants as it pursues a belt-tightening restructuring.
Apple's freshly launched music service became available Tuesday on rival mobile devices powered by Google-backed Android software.
Ride-sharing app Uber said Wednesday it would relaunch its premium taxi-hailing service in South Korea as regulators eased restrictions that had limited the firm's growth in Asia's fourth-largest economy.
A spectacular pink diamond, the largest of its kind to ever appear at auction, sold for US$28.5 million on Tuesday, narrowly beating auction house Christie's projection.
The world's biggest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev said Wednesday it has reached a formal agreement on a mega-takeover of its nearest rival, Britain's SABMiller, for US$121 billion including debt.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Shares of two leading component suppliers to Apple Inc. were downgraded by a European brokerage on Tuesday because of weaker-than-expected demand for iPhones.
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