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Saturday, September 13, 2014
As inventory levels decline, semiconductor firms will receive rush orders starting at the end of November, resulting in a rebound in share prices, Deutsche Bank (德意志銀行) forecast recently.
Shares in Taiwan trended lower Friday as investors locked in the recent gains they had built in “Apple concept stocks,” with smartphone lens supplier Largan Precision Co. (大立光電) in focus, dealers said.
Following in the steps of competitors including Uniqlo, Gap and Zara, Korean fashion brand E-Land is planning a flagship store next year in Taipei's eastern Xinyi shopping district.
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE,日月光半導體), the world's largest integrated circuit packaging and testing services provider, said Friday that it has been included by Forbes in its 2014 Asia Fabulous 50 (Fab 50) Companies list.
Chunghwa Telecom Co. (中華電信), Taiwan's leading telecom services provider, said Friday it has been selected as one of the global components of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) series.
Top-flight banks to leave independent Scotland
In a blow to the Scottish independence campaign, top financial groups including the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Lloyds Banking Group say they will move their headquarters to England if Scots vote to break away from the United Kingdom.
Hertz announced Thursday that it had agreed to accept three of activist shareholder Carl Icahn's nominees on the rental car company's board, two of whom will help pick a new chief executive.
Barclays Chairman David Walker will step down next year, the British bank said on Friday, having spent more than two years steering the business through fallout from the Libor rate-rigging scandal.
Eastman Chemical Co. said Thursday it would pay US$1.7 billion in cash to take over Taminco Corp, the world's largest maker of alkylamines, crucial to the pharmaceutical industry and others.
The European Union's antitrust authority says it has approved the bid by Britain's BSkyB to create a multinational pay TV network by taking control of its sister companies in Italy and Germany.
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