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Riding high: Toyota eyes 'flying car' future
Toyota has its sights set on a Blade Runner future as the Japanese automaker backs a move to launch a flying car in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
 
Toshiba delays results again, warns of $8.4 bn net loss
Troubled conglomerate Toshiba on Monday delayed its earnings for a third time since January, but warned it likely lost 950 billion yen ($8.4 billion) in the just-ended fiscal year, with fears growing about its survival.
 
Wal-Mart Stores, the 800-pound gorilla of retail, is running hard to catch up in an increasingly crucial segment where it is neither the biggest nor the best: e-commerce.
 
South Korea ordered Hyundai and Kia on Friday to recall 240,000 vehicles to repair five defects initially raised by a whistleblower, in the country's first compulsory recall for a domestic carmaker.
 
Shares of Taiwan-based PC brand Acer Inc. (宏碁) soared Friday, outperforming the broader market, after the company climbed from quarterly loss to profit in the first three months of the year, dealers said.
 
An evening with Breeze
Breeze Group managing director Ichiro Oka, right, speaks at Breeze Center's Pink Diamond Night Friday, May 12, with Breeze co-founder Yun Yun Sun, second from right, and Chief Marketing Officer Michelle Liao, second from left. The six-hour event was expected to generate NT$1.3 billion in revenue for Breeze.
 
Independent minds
Kon Wen Educational Organization (功文文教機構) is a leading private tutoring organization, which has paved the way for Taiwan's out-of-school mathematics teaching for the past 40 years.
 
Hotel to raise cash for Formosan black bears
Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei will support the Taiwan Black Bear Conservation Association with a series of exclusive charity activities and a media event on May 10.
 
Profit growth to stall after parts unit sale: Nissan
Nissan warned Thursday that profit growth would stall this year after its latest annual net profit rose more than a quarter to US$5.82 billion, largely due to the sale of its stake in an auto parts supplier.
 
Snapchat parent Snap Inc. saw its shares pummeled Wednesday after posting a loss of US$2.2 billion in its first quarterly results since its share offering earlier this year.
 
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