Monday, March 10, 2014
In an effort to help investors navigate the rapidly changing currents of the global economy, HSBC Bank, Taiwan yesterday unveiled the latest upgrade to its Web-based investment platform, designed to provide clients with automated comparative analysis of international markets.
China's inflation rate dropped to 2.0 percent year-on-year in February, down from 2.5 percent in January, the government said Sunday, prompting economists to warn that the risk of deflation was rising.
Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox faced massive hacker offensives last month, coming under some 150,000 DDoS attacks per second for several days ahead of its spectacular failure, a report said Sunday.
Six months before Scotland votes in a referendum on whether to become independent from the rest of Britain, major companies are going public on their plans whatever the outcome.
French conglomerate Bouygues Telecom is ready to sell its cell phone antennas and frequencies to competitor Free to smooth its bid to take over Vivendi's SFR, its chief executive said Sunday.
A group of seven local contractors resorted to a rare legal move recently by trying to force Weiss Homes into bankruptcy.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
China recorded an unexpected trade deficit of US$22.98 billion in February, official figures showed Saturday, with authorities blaming the country's holiday season for the weak performance.
Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. is scheduled to kick off a massive recruitment campaign today, as it tries to hire 15,000 new employees this year for future business expansion.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., the world's largest contract electronics maker, plans to issue NT$6 billion (US$198 million) worth of unsecured straight bonds as part of its efforts to cut short-term debt.
Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. was the world's third largest vendor of tablet computers in 2013, moving up one spot from the 2012 rankings, according to a report published Monday by U.S. research firm Gartner Inc.