Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Mobile users adopting the 4G LTE service have reached 300,000 in total since wireless broadband was introduced in Taiwan about two months ago, with Taiwan's major three telecom giants each grabbing a customer base of 100,000.
HHtravel (鴻鵠逸遊) yesterday rolled out an around-the-world-in-80-days travel package at the staggering price of NT$5.75 million per person, selling all six of the limited slots almost immediately.
To satisfy the state-run oil company's working capital requirements, CPC Co. (中油) yesterday announced that it has issued NT$15.4 billion worth of unsecured bonds.
The European Commission said Monday it has cleared Apple's US$3 billion (2.2 billion euros) acquisition of U.S. headphone maker and music streaming business Beats.
Britain's Lloyds Banking Group is to pay 218 million pounds (US$370 million, 276 million euros) in fines to British and U.S. regulators for attempting to rig inter-bank lending rates, the bank said Monday.
HTC Corp. (宏達電) said Monday that the smartwatch seen in one of its recent commercial videos is not an actual product it is planning to release.
The local solar energy sector took a beating Monday morning after the U.S. Department of Commerce announced over the weekend preliminary anti-dumping tariffs on Taiwan's solar energy products, dealers said.
The National Development Council's (NDC) economic monitoring indicator flashed a “green” signal in June, representing a stable economy for the fifth month in a row.
Display panel maker Innolux (群創) yesterday reported stellar performance over the second quarter, with sales seeing a 24-percent quarter-on-quarter improvement while garnering earnings-per-share performance of NT$0.33 over the period, vastly exceeding the NT$0.02 recorded in the first quarter.
Foreign investors last week bought net NT$6.97 billion-worth of local shares, with AU Optronics Corp. (AUO, 友達光電) seeing the highest overbought positions, according to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE).