Rappler's latest stories on Foxconn
Terry Gou – whose company Foxconn is China's largest private employer – is seeking to run for the Beijing-friendly Kuomintang (KMT) although he still has to win its nomination
Anonymous sources say Huawei orders at Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn have been reduced but Huawei says 'global production levels are normal'
Asked by reporters on April 16 if he would run for president, Terry Gou says, 'I will have meetings today and hear (feedback). Hopefully we can talk about this tomorrow or later'
The firm says Terry Gou would not be relinquishing his role as chairman, rebutting earlier media reports, but would allow a board shake-up to minimize his 'personal influence'
The global economic climate – roiled by Trump's trade war with China where Foxconn has most of its assembly lines – leads officials at Foxconn to look again at the plans
Foxconn Industrial Internet, which makes electronic devices, cloud service equipment and industrial robots, will float 10% of its total shares, according to a prospectus filed late Tuesday, May 22, with the Shanghai stock exchange.
The businessman turned president made the announcement side by side with the Taiwanese tech giant s CEO Terry Gou as he tried to show his America First economic rhetoric is making a difference
The Taiwanese manager works in the testing department and instructs 8 employees at Foxconn s factory in Shenzhen to smuggle out about thousands of iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s units prosecutors say
Apple reportedly ordered at least 72 million units of the iPhone 7 according to a Taiwanese newspaper
UPDATED Nokia will license its brand to HMD Global a new Finnish company which will produce phones and tablets for Nokia
The net loss of the Japanese electronics firm for fiscal year 2015 reaches 256 0 billion yen 2 3 billion
3rd UPDATE It is the first foreign acquisition of a major Japanese electronics firm and comes after weeks of delays
It is expected to generate an extra Tw 65 billion more a year in revenue for the government
The Economic Daily News quotes unnamed sources saying Apple had acquired parts from various Taiwanese suppliers for an upcoming iPhone 6
Tech companies are stepping up to aid in China disaster relief
Sharp plans to suspend tie up negotiations with Taiwan s Hon Hai and search for new capital partners
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Foxconn s factories are responsible for the production of Apple s iPhone 5 phones
Taiwan s Foxconn has admitted that it cannot meet strong demand for Apple s new iPhone 5 due to difficulties in building the gadget