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Airlines to offer Universiade flight deals
Taiwan's leading carriers China Airlines and EVA Airways have formed official partnership relations with the Taipei Universiade Organizing Committee and will offer flight services to International University Sports Federation (FISU) officials attending the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade.
Business hotel tops expectations in trial run
The YC Group (炎洲集團) held an official opening for a business hotel under its UINN hotel brand in Taipei City's Shilin District on Friday.
Formosa Plastics Group (FPG, 台塑集團), while denying claims it would stop investing in Taiwan over its dissatisfaction with the Tsai Ing-wen administration, did admit on Friday that it planned to direct more of its resources to other markets.
Shares in smartphone camera lens supplier Largan Precision Co. (大立光), a supplier to Apple Inc., continued to set records, closing at a new high on the local equity market on Friday amid optimism about the firm's bottom line, dealers said.
In response to Friday's ban on the service, Uber drivers have devised new tactics to counter authorities by taking on more night shifts and avoiding rush hour requests, said one driver.
Asus unveils ZenFone with  Daydream, Google Tango
Asus made its new smartphone ZenFone AR official at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Hon Hai Group's (鴻海) Vice President Lu Fang-ming (呂芳銘) said the group did not demand Hope Bay Technologies (和沛科技) lay off its staff and that Hon Hai fully supported the start-up's founder Ben Jai (翟本喬).
Hon Hai-invested startup confirms mass layoffs
Local cloud computing pioneer and Hope Bay Technologies (和沛科技) founder Ben Jai (翟本喬) on Wednesday confirmed reports of a mass layoff at the cloud computing solutions provider.
Coffee, tea or wine?
Employees at "Starbucks Evening" pose with freshly brewed coffee and alcohol in Taipei, Wednesday, Jan. 4. Taiwan has gotten its first "Starbucks Evening" store at Longmen in the hip East District of Taipei City. The concept behind Starbucks Evening is to create a leisurely space in the evening that provides an evening menu that includes wine and beer.
Most bank customers in Taiwan prefer to conduct their transactions in person rather than online, according to a survey by global information technology company Unisys.
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