Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Japan's Line Corp., creator of the fast-growing social messaging app Line, said Tuesday that its Taiwan office will be expanded by five to 10 times next year to create more localized “stickers” and mobile content.
Taiwan Cement (台灣水泥) announced its intention to acquire the overall outstanding shares of its Hong Kong-listed sub-subsidiary at nearly 30 percent of premium, while its share price edged down 0.11 percent on Tuesday.
BlackBerry's interim chief executive has shaken up BlackBerry's management team in a move seen as a prelude to him taking the top job himself.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is lifting severe safety restrictions on the former blockbuster diabetes pill Avandia, citing recent data suggesting that the much-debated medication does not increase the risk of heart attack.
Yahoo made a fresh move Monday to expand as a media group, naming a star “global anchor” to be the face of its digital news brand.
Chrysler said Monday that its shares will be sold on the New York Stock Exchange when they're listed, but potential investors shouldn't expect that until next year.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says it will put out a bulletin this week to deal with the risk that ice could damage engines on some Boeing 747s and 787s.
Struggling French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen said Monday it had recruited the former number two of its competitor Renault to take over as its chief executive next year.
A reduction in defense orders will have an impact on jobs in EADS's defence unit, the head of the European aerospace giant said in an interview published Monday.
Auto maker Volvo, the Swedish subsidiary of the Chinese-based Geely Group, said Monday it had signed its second loan agreement with the China Development Bank.