Friday, October 2, 2015
Technology titans Microsoft and Google on Wednesday announced that they have agreed to end all patent infringement litigation against each other.
Apple on Wednesday began offering Apple Music and other digital content in mainland China, putting a bargain price on the service in the high-priority market.
A last-minute theater ticket smartphone application that has been a hit on Broadway and London's West End is taking on the Silicon Valley crowd.
Australian banking giant ANZ's chief executive Mike Smith, who oversaw a big push into Asia, said he was stepping down Thursday after eight years in the top job.
Twitter may be about to end its three-month search for a new CEO where it started: with once-ousted co-founder Jack Dorsey running the short-messaging service.
News Corp. says it has laid off about 500 of the 900 employees at its money-losing Amplify educational unit and sold it to Amplify managers and private investors for an undisclosed amount.
Covestro, the polymers business of German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer, on Thursday delayed and scaled down its planned stock market flotation, originally slated for this week, due to the volatility triggered by the massive Volkswagen pollution-cheating scam.
Scout24, a German Internet portal specializing in classified ads websites, said it raised more than 1 billion euros (US$1.1 billion) from its stock market listing Thursday, despite a difficult market environment.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Shares in Taiwan recouped earlier losses to close higher Wednesday as the bellwether electronics sector as a whole moved higher on the back of bargain hunting led by large-cap stocks such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), dealers said.
Taiwanese suppliers to Apple Inc. appeared mixed Wednesday morning although the U.S. consumer electronics giant reported record first weekend sales for its latest iPhone models, dealers said.