Monday, December 15, 2014
CTBC Charity Foundation (中國信託慈善基金會) on Wednesday held a public press conference with the Educational Foundation of the United States of America's Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand anti-drugs awareness to more schools in Taiwan.
Standard Chartered Bank recently held a press event on Dec. 7 at Taipei City's pedestrian hotspot Ximending to promote the upcoming 2015 Taipei Standard Chartered Bank Charity Marathon (臺北渣打公益馬拉松).
McDonald's is betting that a slimmed-down menu and a push toward greater customization will help it reverse a troubling decline in sales in the U.S.
An Indian court has rejected German drug giant Bayer's bid to block a generic version of its blockbuster cancer treatment Nexavar by a local drugmaker, a move hailed by activists on Saturday.
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Tigerair, a joint venture between Taiwan's China Airlines and Singapore's Tiger Airways, said Friday it is recruiting another 150 flight attendants as part of its rapid expansion.
The workforce at the Kaohsiung Software Technology Park (KSTP) will grow from 3,900 to 8,500 in the next five years, and the number may exceed 10,000 after Hon Hai Precision Industry (鴻海) makes investments in the park, according to KSTP's service center.
Thanks to the plunge in crude oil prices, four airlines operating domestic flight services in Taiwan moved Friday to slash airfares effective Dec. 15, with some prices cut by as much as 50 percent.
Shares of MediaTek Inc. (聯發科), one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit designers, moved higher Friday morning, extending their gains from the previous session, on an “overweight” rating by JP Morgan Chase, dealers said.
Angelina Jolie and her highly anticipated “Unbroken” may have been shut out at the Golden Globe nominations, but she was still in the Hollywood spotlight Thursday, following the latest in a series of leaked emails in the Sony hacking scandal that calls the actress and director a “spoiled brat.”
Google is locking Spanish publishers out of its popular Google News service in response to a new Spanish law that imposes fees for linking to the headlines and news stories on other websites.