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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Taiwan's Inventec Corp. (英業達), a major supplier of Chinese phone brand Xiaomi Inc. (小米), said Tuesday that it plans to install 3,000 robots at its handset factories in the coming year as part of a "smart manufacturing" initiative.
Console kings battling with grand games, virtual worlds
Console kings Microsoft and Sony battled for players' hearts with blockbuster games and the lure of virtual worlds as the Electronic Entertainment Expo was poised begin in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Toyota won approval Tuesday for a controversial new share sale that it defended as a way to lure stable, long-term investors, overcoming stiff opposition from some institutional shareholders overseas.
Goldman Sachs intends to launch a digital banking division to lend to small businesses and consumers, broadening its clientele from its blue-chip base.
At the insistence of U.S. safety regulators, Honda is adding more than a million of its most popular vehicles to a growing recall for air bags that can explode with too much force.
Target will sell its pharmacy and clinic businesses to CVS Health in the latest twist behind a push from big retailers to become all things to all customers.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Citi volunteers show love on Global Community Day
Since Taiwan's demographic has changed in recent years with the population aging, care for the elderly has become a major humanitarian task for society.
SCSB marks 100th anniversary
Marking its 100th anniversary this year, the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank Ltd. (SCSB, 上海商業儲蓄銀行) has 71 branches ...
Pegatron (和碩) Chairman T.H. Tung (童子賢) said he will remain confident about the company's performance in the coming months, and denied the company will follow in others footsteps by pointing out that Pegatron already has an adequate distribution worldwide, during its shareholders meeting.
Shares of Taiwan-based HTC Corp. (宏達電) soared Monday morning to NT$80 (US$2.58) on acquisition hopes for the smartphone vendor, which has been experiencing operation difficulties, dealers said.
HTC shares jump above NT$80 on buy-out hopes
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