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Here's what it's like to attend Amazon's secretive shareholder meeting
Retail giant Amazon doesn't just own the largest online bookstore in the world, it's also the world's dominant cloud service provider, ahead of powerful rivals Microsoft and Google.
 
Snapchat's 'Spectacles' go on sale in Europe
Snap, parent company of the mobile application Snapchat, said Friday that its Spectacles sunglasses, which have built-in cameras, have gone on sale in Europe.
 
Uber posts US$708 million loss and says finance head left
Uber posted a US$708 million loss in the most recent quarter and said its head of finance is leaving the company, the latest executive to depart in what has been a very tough year to date.
 
Shihlien Chemical contributes to green farming with world-class ammonium chloride
Shihlien Chemical Industrial is responsible for 1.02 million tons of the over 10 million tons of ammonium chloride that China produces for agriculture use annually.
 
Hypermarket chain RT-Mart announced on Wednesday that as part of efforts to promote environmental protection, beginning on July 1, it will stop selling plastic shopping bags at its 22 stores around Taiwan.
 
Shares in British Airways' parent company tumble
Shares in British Airways' parent company have tumbled after a catastrophic IT failure stranded thousands of passengers during a holiday weekend.
 
Google helps advertisers track spending in physical stores
Google already monitors online shopping -- and now it's keeping an eye on physical stores to try to sell more digital advertising.
 
More aggressive, sporty A5 and S5 available in Taiwan
Audi unleashed a more aggressive-looking, faster, lighter and technology-packed A5 along with its sports version, the S5, in Taipei, in May, nine years after the first editions were introduced.
 
Ford replaces CEO in push to transform business
Ford Motor Co. is replacing CEO Mark Fields amid questions about its current performance and future strategy, according to a person familiar with the situation.
 
Taiwan-based manufacturing giant Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海) and its Japanese subsidiary Sharp Corp. are planning to work together to build a flat panel production site in the United States, according to Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper.
 
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