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Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Two former senior executives of a cooking oil company were each sentenced Tuesday to one year and four months in prison, suspended for two years, ..............
Apple Inc. is unlikely to change the metal casing design for its smartphone line despite reports that its new iPhone 6 models are vulnerable to bending, according to an analysis by Germany's Deutsche Bank AG.
Top cell phone maker Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday its anticipated Galaxy Note 4 will hit Taiwanese shelves Oct. 9, as the South Korean phone giant aims to take on Apple Inc. newly launched large-screen iPhones.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chip maker, said Tuesday it has completed a silicon validation of 64-bit chips made on the 16 nanometer process for British chip designer ARM Holdings PLC, representing a breakthrough in cooperation for the industry giants.
Far EasTone Telecommunications Co. has the most 4G subscribers in Taiwan with a 40 percent market share, the company said Monday, citing figures from the country's communications regulator.
Taiwan -- Housing activists lambast real estate companies
Activists held a press conference yesterday lashing out against real estate companies for reaping huge profits while paying low taxes, all the while blocking real estate tax reform.
Hon Hai Precision Industry (鴻海精密工業) is reportedly conducting a massive staff recruitment effort at its plants in Shenzhen and Zhengzhou for iPhone 6 production, according to local news reports.
Amid the greatest crisis in the company's history, touch display panel maker Wintek Co. (勝華) yesterday announced a number of contingency plans aimed at streamlining its operations.
The New Taiwan dollar in September recorded its sharpest monthly decline to NT$30.32 against the greenback due to foreign funds outflow caused by U.S. rate hike pressure and the slowing growth of the mainland economy.
Taiwan -- Taiwan's stock market remains unaffected by Hong Kong unrest
Despite the pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong, shares in Taipei on Tuesday closed up 6.16 points or 0.06 percent at 8,966.92 points on the back of the rebound of bellwether stocks.
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