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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Verizon said Tuesday it is buying AOL for about US$4.4 billion in a deal that will give the U.S. telecoms giant increased digital content and advertising platform space.
Asustek bets on China market to boost smartphone shipments
Taiwanese PC maker Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩) is making a push into China's smartphone market that could decide the company's annual phone shipment results for 2015.
Taiwanese PC maker Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩) said Tuesday that its first-quarter earnings per share (EPS) fell to the lowest level in the past 15 quarters, as foreign exchange losses and higher taxes cut into profits.
Acer Inc. (宏碁), the world's fourth-largest PC maker, reported its lowest monthly revenue in nearly nine years Tuesday as consumers awaited the launch of Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows 10 operating system later this year.
Google acknowledges eleven accidents with self-driving cars
Google Inc. revealed Monday that its self-driving cars have been in 11 minor traffic accidents since it began experimenting with the technology six years ago.
Tesla will adopt China's future standard for charging electric vehicles, a company statement said, in an issue which has been a barrier to sales for the U.S. firm in the world's largest auto market.
Google acknowledges eleven accidents with self-driving cars
Google Inc. revealed Monday that its self-driving cars have been in 11 minor traffic accidents since it began experimenting with the technology six years ago.
U.S. banking giant Citigroup said Monday it could plead guilty to an antitrust violation as part of a settlement of charges it helped rig the massive foreign exchange market.
U.S. online retailer Zulily's shares jumped Monday on news that Alibaba, China's e-commerce giant, has raised its stake in the boutique that markets to mothers and features daily deals.
Morgan Stanley is selling its oil storage and transport business, which has drawn scrutiny from Congress, to commodities trading company Castleton.
  
  
  
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