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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Italian automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Monday slid back in its first day of Wall Street trade after shifting its main listing from Milan to attract more investment.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Ting Hsin International Group's (頂新集團) buyout of CNK (中嘉), a Multiple System Operator (MSO) of cable television in Taiwan, might not go as smoothly as planned, as banks have decided to temporarily suspend lending to Ting Hsin.
Taiwanese computer maker Acer Inc. (宏碁) is inviting partners to its first cloud forum in Taipei on Wednesday to discuss the opportunities presented by its cloud strategy and Internet of Things (IoT, 物聯網) technology.
Southwest Airlines looks for spark from expansion at Dallas Love Field
When Southwest Airlines recently introduced a new paint job for its planes, a senior executive joked that at 43 years old and being from Dallas, it was time for the airline to get a face-lift.
Monday, October 13, 2014
The Ministry of Economic Affairs plans to fund local operators of smart city applications starting next year as part of efforts to accelerate Taiwan's development of fourth-generation (4G) wireless services.
Lenovo plans tablet 'offensive' against Apple
Lenovo Group Ltd on Friday introduced its latest high-end tablet products, challenging Apple Inc, which is likely to unveil a new iPad next week.
Free messaging app provider LINE Corp. said it plans to enter new businesses such as music distribution and online bill payment services.
American Samoa government officials expect up to 1,000 jobs will be created when a Filipino company invests US$100 million in a new food-processing plant.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Sears Holdings Corp. announced late Friday that it detected a data breach at its Kmart stores that started last month and that certain customers' credit and debit card accounts may have been hacked.
Google is being swamped with demands from Europeans trying to erase humiliating links to their past from the world's dominant Internet search engine.
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