TSMC saw profits in January despite of a slow season.
MediaTek is expecting more profits from high-end smartphone chip market.
HTC and Samsung both introduced their new low-cost mid-tier smartphones to Taiwan on the same day.
HTC sees sluggish business for Q1 but expects a boost for 2016 with partnership with UA.
Acer expects business expansion in 2016.
Google Taiwan launched a program to help and train Taiwanese young talents for marketing.
Inventec gears up for mass production in its new plant in India.
Siemens Taiwan expected a continuous growth regarding its business in Taiwan for 2015.
Research said that the total amount of global tablet shipments has slowed down.
Want Want Group Chairman Tsai Eng-meng is the richest man in Taiwan.
Taiwanese and Japanese telecom companies are interested in buying Ting Hsin’s stakes of Taiwan Star.
A latest research showed that Acer and Apple sold similar amount of laptops in 2014.
HTC’s senior global online communications manager describes iPhone as a “boring handset” if it is compared with the “Hima.”
The latest research by a U.S.-based brokerage said that Samsung may become the major processor supplier for Apple this year.
The government’s statistics showed that Taiwan’s economy grew 3.51% last year.
The survey by 1111 Job Bank said that 87% of the employers in Taiwan will offer year-end bonuses this year.
Latest ECCT survey showed slow wage increases will make it difficult for companies to recruit quality talents in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s vice premier is urging Facebook to set up a data center in Taiwan, while Facebook is planning to launch a new Taipei office.
Taiwan continued to make progress on economic freedom.
Taiwan is one of Google Play’s top five markets.