Sunday, March 9, 2014
In the midst of finding the party responsible for the negligence that resulted in the Presidential Office truck case, the National Security Bureau (NSB) said yesterday that the “heroic” military police serviceman was partly to blame as he did not properly perform his duties.
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.
An 18-year-old self-fashioned writer was arrested yesterday for posting intimidating messages targeting a local publisher, Gaea, after the company denied up to 17 pieces of work submitted by him over several years.
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.
The outlying Taiwanese archipelago of Penghu officially obtained its certificate of membership in the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club Friday.
Tickets to a charity concert in Taipei being staged by four pop divas were sold out within nine minutes after going on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, according to the organizers.
Two foreign brokerages have raised their target prices for shares of Taiwan's leading food maker, Uni-President Enterprises Corp., amid rising optimism over the company's bottom line in 2014.
Taiwan's government announced several personnel changes in the Cabinet Saturday, including the appointment of Deputy Interior Minister Hsiao Chia-chi to be the deputy secretary-general of the Executive Yuan.
The Taiwan Land Development Corporation (TLDC) is trying to find 120 people to work in Kinmen to pave the way for the operation of its duty free center scheduled to open later this year on the offshore county.