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Monday, October 20, 2014
More than half of Taiwanese workers whose main source of income is their salary are trying to beat wage stagnation by working harder to show their bosses that they deserve a higher pay, according to a survey by 1111 Job Bank.
Streaming TV sees watershed moment
For years, the notion of on-demand, anywhere television has been slowly disrupting the traditional pay TV industry. Now it seems that streaming video has hit a watershed moment.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Three nationalist ministers in Japan's cabinet paid homage at a war shrine hated by China Saturday, despite tentative signs of a thaw in Tokyo's long-frozen relationship with Beijing.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
New iPads aim to help Apple regain lost tablet momentum
Apple, facing tough competition in the cooling tablet market, on Thursday unveiled a new line-up of iPads that feature its mobile payments system and include the fingerprint sensor unlock used on iPhones.
Although smartphone camera lens supplier Largan (大立光) Precision Co. reported better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter on Thursday, its share price faced heavy downward pressure on the local main board throughout Friday trading, dealers said.
Volkswagen's Chinese joint venture will recall more than 500,000 cars in China due to a defect in the rear axles, state media said Friday.
Taishin International Bank (台新銀行) recently became the first bank in Taiwan to concurrently team up with four third-party payment service providers, as the bank readies itself to make headway in the payment business.
Asustek Computer (華碩電腦) recently posted better-than-expected consolidated revenues of NT$123.93 billion for the third quarter, a 17.8-percent sequential growth rate and a 4.13-percent increase from the same quarter in 2013.
Having seen sales impacted by U.S. anti-dumping measures, Solartech Energy (昇陽光電) and Tainergy Tech (太極能源) are currently expanding their overseas capacities in Malaysia and Vietnam, respectively.
Shares in Taiwan, and especially high-tech heavyweights, took a beating Friday amid investor fears of volatility in global equity markets and lingering food safety concerns at home, dealers said.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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