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Thursday, July 17, 2014
Shares of JP Morgan Chase bolted higher Tuesday even as the banking giant reported lower quarterly earnings due to a drop in mortgage banking profits and trading revenues.
Google+ apologized Tuesday and stopped requiring people to use their real names while mingling in the online social network, as it looks to gain ground on market leader Facebook.
Europe's biggest automaker Volkswagen said Tuesday it would invest US$250 million in India over the next six years to capture a larger slice of local sales, in the face of challenging conditions in developed markets.
Google on Tuesday announced that former Ford Motor Company chief Alan Mulally has joined it board of directors.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Microsoft's office in Taiwan said yesterday that it has not received any layoff notices, despite a recent story reported by local media foretelling Microsoft's biggest job cut in five years.
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Taiwan's “big five” telecoms carriers are poised to collaborate in developing a platform to ensure the security of near field communication (NFC) technology, and usher in a new era of mobile payment and transaction processing.
Steelworks company Yieh Phui Enterprise Co. (燁輝) yesterday gave a preview of its Formosa Bond with a 5-percent coupon rate which will be listed on exchanges in Taiwan and Singapore.
Smartphone messaging app Line, set up in the aftermath of Japan's 2011 quake-tsunami disaster, has applied to list on the Tokyo stock exchange, in an offering that could be worth more than US$9.8 billion, a report said Tuesday.
Yung Ching Realty Group, one of Taiwan's leading real estate agencies, said Tuesday it is looking to hire 3,000 new workers in the second half of the year to widen its talent pool.
HTC Corp. clarified a news report Tuesday that its Chief Marketing Officer Ben Ho and President of Engineering and Operations Fred Liu have decided to quit the Taiwanese smartphone maker, following the recent departure of another executive.
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