Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Shares of Inventec Corp., one of Taiwan's leading notebook computer ODM services providers, moved higher Tuesday morning after the company reported better-than-expected first-quarter results, dealers said.
nese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is likely to improve its share in China with the latest version of its flagship smartphone, the HTC One, and could offer stiffer competition to market leader Samsung, a local analyst said Tuesday.
The U.S. dollar fell against the New Taiwan dollar Tuesday, shedding NT$0.014 to close at NT$29.906 as the local central bank bought into the greenback late in the session, helping the currency to recoup most of its early losses, dealers said.
The Consumers' Foundation (CF) is raising awareness among Facebook gamers of the agreements they accept before playing, as many terms and conditions may seem unfair, including those for the hugely popular “Candy Crush” and “Farmville 2.”
Following reports of a customer data leak at the Chinatrust Commercial Bank (CTCB, 中信銀), the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會) yesterday demanded the bank plan countermeasures and provide a full report on the incident.
Evergreen Marine Corp., one of Taiwan's major shipping companies, said Tuesday it has been named the best trans-Pacific ocean carrier by a regional industry newspaper.
an Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) recorded the second highest annual sales growth globally for the first quarter of the year, trailing only U.S.-based communications chip supplier Qualcomm Inc., a research report said yesterday.
Retail conglomerate Uni-President Enterprises Corp., an affiliate of Uni-President Group, yesterday reported consolidated profit of NT$5.74 billion for the first quarter, a year-on-year increase of 25.7 percent.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Shares in Taiwan closed lower Monday amid sluggish trade, but market analysts said they remained optimistic about the local bourse's prospects as foreign capital continued to flow in.
The Development Bank of Singapore Limited (DBS, 星展銀行) yesterday said the tumbling Japanese yen will not significantly impact Taiwan's economy, while forecasting export oriented industries to recover in the latter half of the year from their current slump.