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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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Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, is planning to announce details of its US$5 billion investment plan to expand production facilities in India this year, according to India media reports.
Local media speculated Wednesday that 20-year management rights for McDonald's Taiwan had been acquired by Ambassador Hotel President Hubert Lee (李昌霖) and two other investors for NT$5 billion.
It's all about gaming!
A model holds one of the 25 new MSI 200 series motherboards released on Wednesday, Jan. 4. MSI is showcasing the MSI Z270, which incorporates all the newest gaming and virtual reality technology. The product launch came on the heels of Intel's Generation 7 Kaby Lake processor.
Taiwan-based EVA Airways (EVA Air) and China Airlines (CAL) were ranked the world's sixth and 60th safest airlines respectively, in an annual index compiled by Germany's Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (JACDEC).
First batch of Zenbo robots sells out in less than 5 minutes of going on presale
The first 168 units of the Zenbo robot developed by Taiwan-based PC brand Asustek Computer Inc. (華碩), sold out in under five minutes after the PC vendor launched pre-order sales on Jan. 1.
Asus phone details leaked ahead of Consumer Electronics Show
A press release from Qualcomm inadvertently revealed that Asus' new smartphone, likely called ZenFone AR, will be Google Tango-enabled and Daydream-ready.
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