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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
iPhone 6s owners decry Samsung chips
Apple fans from Taiwan and Hong Kong have complained that iPhone 6s smartphones made with Samsung (三星) processors perform worse than those made with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC, 台積電) ones.
Microsoft Corp. expressed confidence Monday that its entry into the notebook segment will be "complementary" to the offerings of its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners like Taiwan's Acer Inc. (宏碁).
The world's biggest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev has increased its takeover offer for rival beer giant SABMiller to around £70 billion (US$108 billion), the company said in a statement on Monday.
The directors of a massive Trump-branded luxury condominium development in Panama fired Donald Trump's company in the summer over allegations of mismanagement, overspending and undisclosed bonuses executives paid themselves, according to an Associated Press examination.
You're fired!: Panama condo owners to Trump
Mining giant Glencore, under pressure from a crash in commodity prices and weighed down by debt, announced Monday it had begun talks to sell copper mines in Australia and Chile.
The Swiss trial against a former HSBC employee who leaked documents alleging the bank helped clients evade millions of U.S. dollars in taxes opened Monday, but in his absence it was immediately adjourned.
U.S. auto giant Ford will invest nearly US$2.0 billion on research and development in mainland China, it said Monday, despite falling sales in the world's biggest auto market.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has begun the process of selling a near 10-percent stake in luxury sports car brand Ferrari to Wall Street investors.
Germany's Volkswagen on Monday announced a recall of nearly 2,000 vehicles in mainland China -- the world's biggest auto market, where it is the top foreign brand -- in a global scandal over emissions cheating.
Indian software giant Infosys Monday reported a 9.8 percent rise in quarterly net profit, beating expectations, on the back of a weak rupee and robust demand from the United States.
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