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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
HTC Corp. Taiwan's largest mobile provider, announced it will sell the HTC One M9 at a starting price of NT$23,900 (US$765), HTC said in a news release.
China Airlines (中華航空) has won a 2015 Red Dot Design Award for its new Boeing 777-300ER cabin design, which combines Taiwanese culture and the aesthetics of everyday life in the East, a company spokesman said Tuesday.
AirAsia, Asia's largest low-cost airline, announced that it was expanding service between Taipei and Bali beginning Monday to tap into the vacation travel market. in the U.S. is introducing a referral service to help people to get projects and chores done around their homes.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
DAISO Japan under investigation: prosecutors
Well-known Japanese store, DAISO Japan (大創), was raided by investigators yesterday for failing to report its mislabeled Japanese food products back to the government, according to the Taipei District Prosecutors Office.
The recent reports that Apple Inc. is facing major issues with the production of its smartwatch may affect the share price of Taiwanese contract electronics maker Quanta Computer Inc. (廣達), according to a European brokerage.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chip-maker, last week suffered the largest foreign institutional net sell among the stocks listed on the main board, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE, 證交所) said Monday.
Spotify is coming to the PlayStation, replacing Sony's own Music Unlimited service, as the company continues to expand the game console into an entertainment hub beyond video games.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Two major convenience store chains in Taiwan are trying to introduce mobile apps to give customers access to a greater range of services and boost sales as e-commerce could soon revolutionize the convenience store industry.
Nearly one third of Taiwanese aged under 40 are hoping to find a job in China due to potentially higher salaries and greater room for career development, a survey from cable television channel TVBS has found.
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