Saturday, April 25, 2015
Japanese low-cost carrier Vanilla Air said Friday it will launch a campaign starting 2 p.m. to provide Taiwan-Japan tickets for as low as NT$800 (US$26).
Taiwan's Acer Inc. has released a full range of new devices, including 2-in-1 and convertible notebooks, to meet consumer demand during the back-to-school season in the United States.
Google's latest Internet revolution this week saw the Web giant modify its search algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites, in a bid to upstage Apple that U.S. media branded a "mobilegeddon."
Ford Motor Co. said Thursday it's laying off 700 workers at a Michigan assembly plant because of slow sales of the small cars and hybrids it makes.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Shares of Hermes Microvision Inc. (漢微科), a leading Taiwan-based semiconductor inspection tool and equipment supplier, moved sharply higher Thursday with gains extended from a session earlier on the back of foreign institutional optimism toward the company's earnings prospects, dealers said.
Nearly three-quarters of Facebook's advertising revenue now comes from mobile ads, as many more users access the social network on smartphones and other hand-held gadgets.
Boeing Co. delivered more commercial airliners in the first quarter, offsetting sluggish results in the defense side of its business and pushing its first-quarter earnings up 38 percent.
Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras said Wednesday that it lost US$2.1 billion in an eight-year kickback scheme that saw the firm's executives taking bribes for awarding inflated contracts to suppliers.
EBay plans to grow by thinking small as it prepares for life apart from PayPal.