Thursday, March 19, 2015
I-Mei Food Co. (義美食品), one of Taiwan's largest food producers, said late Wednesday night that the company may gradually stop selling tobacco starting this April, although yesterday afternoon the company said the plan was not ready.
Audi Taiwan in its sixth year of operations saw a growth rate of 19.5 percent in 2014 with the sale of 4,901 units, according to a company press release.
Facebook's Messenger app will soon let you send your friends money, the latest in a crowded field of services aimed at an increasingly wireless and cashless generation.
Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific's net profit for 2014 rose more than 20 percent but failed to meet analysts' expectations, results showed Wednesday, with the airline hit by losses on fuel hedging.
Citigroup said Tuesday that it plans to exit its Argentine custody business “soon” following a U.S. ruling last week barring it from handling payments on Argentine bonds.
Nintendo shares shot up more than 21 percent Wednesday after the videogame giant said it will enter the booming market for games on smartphones, in a U-turn long sought by investors.
Nexen Energy announced Tuesday it is laying off 400 workers, or 12 percent of its workforce, in North America and the UK in response to the drop in oil prices.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Far EasTone Telecommunications Co. (遠傳) said Tuesday that it is open to buying a stake in a smaller competitor Taiwan Star Cellular Corp. (台灣之星) if the major shareholder decides to sell its stake.
A Chinese semiconductor company will seek a US$100 billion penalty against Qualcomm for trademark infringement, it said Tuesday — almost as much as the U.S. mobile chip titan's entire market capitalization.
Facebook said Monday it won't allow the social network to be used to promote terrorism or hate speech as it unveiled a wide-ranging update of its “community standards.”