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Thursday, October 16, 2014
Toyota said Wednesday it is recalling 1.75 million vehicles globally over brake problems and other glitches that posed a fire risk, marking the latest in a string of call backs by the world's biggest automaker.
For years, Google has been the undisputed leader in online advertising, but Facebook is gaining quickly in the fast-evolving market.
CSX Corp. (CSX) on Tuesday said its third-quarter profit grew 12 percent to US$509 million as it hauled more freight amid an improving economy.
Worn by millions all over the world, the Converse sneaker is a slice of Americana beloved by everyone from British public school boys to rap stars, from aged rockers to athletes.
JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank by assets, on Tuesday reported a third-quarter profit after booking a loss in the same period a year ago, when the company absorbed a big charge for legal expenses.
Rio Tinto said Wednesday its September quarter iron ore production soared to a record high, as criticism mounts that mining giants' rising output is adding to a global supply glut and depressing prices.
Computer chip giant Intel reported a jump in quarterly profits Tuesday, as its newly diversified product lineup lifted revenues to record highs.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Stan Shih (施振榮), founder and honorary chairman of Acer Inc. (宏碁), said Tuesday that contrary to the views expressed recently by a former Acer executive, the Taiwanese PC maker is working hard to become internationalized.
Citi-United Way Fundraising Campaign marches into its 20th year
Citibank Taiwan Ltd. (CTL) and United Way of Taiwan (UWT) held a press conference yesterday, October 14, to kick off this year's Citi-United Way Fundraising Campaign, which has entered its 20th year.
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Citigroup Tuesday reported higher third-quarter quarterly earnings on a big jump in revenues as it unveiled plans to exit consumer banking in 11 markets, including Japan.
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