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Thursday, August 20, 2015
The successor-in-waiting at SoftBank said Wednesday he would buy a whopping US$483 million in company shares, after his move to the Japanese mobile carrier from Google.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Samsung Taiwan confident in demand for phones
The Taiwan unit of Samsung Electronics Co., the world's largest smartphone maker, expressed confidence on Tuesday that curved-screen phones will account for a greater share in Taiwan's smartphone market than the global average this year.
As Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海) dives further into the automation industry, its construction of a new R&D center in China's Anhui Province will break ground before mid-October, according to a Chinese media outlet.
Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday its newly launched Galaxy Note 5 phablet is poised to achieve its sales target in Taiwan for the first month, as initial sales have been better than expected.
MasterCard unveiled its "World Elite MasterCard" credit card, which will be released in Taiwan for the first time. MasterCard says the new card will provide even more options catering to the innermost needs of customers. It will offer "priceless experiences" and "reinterpret the definition of abundance."
Amazon's data-driven approach more common
Amazon isn't the only company that is using data on employees to improve productivity. A New York Times article over the weekend portrayed Amazon's work culture as "bruising" and "Darwinian" in part because of the way it uses data to manage its staff.
Google has got a good look at your roof, and can tell you if it is worth the investment to install solar energy panels.
Google gave a name Monday to its soon-to-be released operating system for its Android mobile devices: Marshmallow.
Starbucks and Panera tweak pumpkin spice latte formulas
Starbucks and Panera are hyping reformulated versions of their pumpkin spice lattes in a fight to win over fans of the drink in coming weeks.
BuzzFeed announced plans Monday to launch a Japanese news website in a partnership with Yahoo Japan, the latest step in a global expansion push.
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