Monday, September 29, 2014
Taiwan-based Acer Inc.'s notebook-tablet hybrid device has received several positive reviews from media and technology experts since its launch in April this year.
U.S. brokerage Morgan Stanley has upgraded its stock rating on Taiwan Mobile Co. after the country's second-largest wireless carrier teamed up with Ambit Microsystems Corp., a new entrant to Taiwan's 4G market.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Local retail investors are being barred from investing in China's A shares through the imminent Shanghai-Hong Kong stock links, leaving market consultants Saturday to advise buying exchange traded funds (ETFs) related to A shares to tap into the China market.1 Comment
Market capitalization of the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) fell about 2.75 percent this week compared with a week earlier as local shares were hammered by continued foreign institutional selling, according to the TWSE.
More than a dozen bands from at home and abroad gathered together to perform in Taipei Saturday in memory of late Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, is expected to take an 84-percent share in the high-end technology market of the global semiconductor wafer foundry business, according to a research report.
Quanta Computer Inc., the world's largest contract laptop designer and manufacturer, said Saturday that peak season effects are expected to boost third quarter shipments by more than 10 percent from the 10.50 million units recorded a quarter earlier.
Cheng Shin Rubber Industry Co., Taiwan's largest tire maker, has vowed to soon replace Japan-based Yokohama Tire Corp. to become the eighth largest tire supplier in the world, up one notch from its current position.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
The output value of Taiwan's wireless communications sector is expected to grow by more than 8 percent in 2015, largely because of China's efforts to develop its long-term evolution (LTE) services, a research report said.
Put on your earphones and begin a musical journey soaring through the air. China Airlines' new plane, a Boeing 777-300ER, will take its first flight on Dec. 1, and invites Business Class passengers to savor the music on the plane and at the concerts held at Taipei National Concert Hall.