Rappler's latest stories on Terry Gou
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
The Democratic Progressive Party announces that Tsai Ing-wen has comfortably beaten former premier William Lai in a primary decided by opinion polls
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
Last year Senator Emmanuel Pacquiao technology entrepreneur Diosdado Banatao and Philippe Jones Lhuillier made it to the Forbes Asia list