Apple’s supplier list moves to China for the first time in two years

Apple’s supplier list moves to China for the first time in two years

By Anna Domanska - Jun 03, 2021

The trade standoff between Washington and Beijing seems to have not affected Apple’s relationship with its suppliers in China. It now has more Apple suppliers than any other coun

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Japan's Sharp to buy Toshiba PC business

Japan's Sharp to buy Toshiba PC business

By Anna Domanska - Jun 05, 2018

Sharp on Tuesday said it will buy Toshiba’s personal computer business, a division of the Tokyo-based company that has suffered business losses for many years now. The deal is es

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Foxconn Offers A Lifeline To Struggling Sharp Corp.

Foxconn Offers A Lifeline To Struggling Sharp Corp.

By Anna Domanska - Jan 21, 2016

Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer, has offered about ¥600 billion ($5.1 billion) to buy ailing Japanese electronics maker Sharp Cor

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Foxconn’s Parent Company to pay Microsoft for licenses

Foxconn’s Parent Company to pay Microsoft for licenses

By Richard Meryn - Apr 17, 2013

In what many regard as a much-anticipated triumph of Microsoft Corp., Foxconn through its parent company Hon Hai has agreed to pay license fees to the US-based giant every time a M

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Apple in a Tug-of-War with Samsung, Chinese Government

Apple in a Tug-of-War with Samsung, Chinese Government

By Carrie Ann - Oct 25, 2011

As cool as the iPad and iPhone are, not everyone thinks the company that makes them is equally impressive. Samsung Electronics is working to impose a ban on the new iPhone 4S in Au

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iPhone-maker Foxconn considers $12 Billion Brazil expansion move

iPhone-maker Foxconn considers $12 Billion Brazil expansion move

By Richard Meryn - Apr 13, 2011

The Taipei-based Taiwanese company, Foxconn, popularly known for being Apple’s iPhone and iPad maker, is considering spending around $12 billion over five to six years towards ex

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