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Apple starting US tech manufacturing fund
Apple chief Tim Cook on Wednesday announced Apple is creating a fund to get more people in the U.S. to do "advanced manufacturing," kicking it off with a billion dollars.
 
Facebook profit jumps as user base nears 2 bil.
Facebook on Wednesday reported that its quarterly profit surged as its ranks of monthly users closed in on two billion, but warned of rising expenses and slowing revenue growth.
 
Electric car maker Tesla's first-quarter loss widened 17 percent to US$330 million as it ramped up spending ahead of the launch of its Model 3 sedan and its growing solar energy business.
 
German luxury automaker BMW says net earnings rose 31 percent in the first three months of the year as sales increased in Europe, the U.S. and Asia, led by profitable SUVs and the 7-Series large sedan.
 
HSBC said on Thursday that pre-tax profit fell 19 percent in the first three months of the year but the bank's chief described them as "a good set of results" after a turbulent 2016.
 
Nestle goes back to school to promote healthy eating
Nestle Taiwan's General Manager Adrian Ho (何文龍) visited the students of Taipei City's Ming Dao Elementary School as part of the company's Global Healthy Kids Programme.
 
Apple delivers higher profits, but iPhone sales slip
Apple reported a rise in quarterly profits Tuesday, but its shares took a hit from weaker iPhone sales ahead of a 10-year-anniversary model on the horizon.
 
Strikes at Fairfax Media in face of job losses
A man walks out of Fairfax Media offices in Sydney on May 3. Australia's Fairfax Media employees walked off the job for a week on May 3 in protest at more hefty job cuts as the leading publisher struggles to cope with slumping revenues.
 
German automaker Volkswagen saw its first quarter profit jump 44 percent as it focused on selling more profitable models and worked past its scandal over diesel cars rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
 
Taiwan-based supplier of epitaxial wafers LandMark Optoelectronics Corporation reported during a shareholders' meeting on Wednesday that the market for its products is rebounding.
 
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