An official from the government of Vietnam revealed that their related department has cancelled the investment license issued to Taiwan's Foxconn Group for the
As part of Microsoft's global employee layoff plan, Nokia's Beijing factory will reportedly cut 3,000 employees.
Online payment provider PayPal is expanding its support to sellers in Asia.
Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive officer of Lenovo Group, revealed that in the third quarter of 2012, their smartphone shipments reached seven million
Cerus Corporation has signed an agreement to acquire BioOne Corporation's commercialization rights in Asia for the Intercept Blood System for platelets and plasma, subject
Vincent Tong, spokesperson of the Taiwan-based original equipment manufacturer Foxconn, has confirmed to the media that to ease the pressure brought by labor cost
Power supply manufacturer, XP Power has trebled the size of its plant near Shanghai, China, to meet growing demand for the company's high-efficiency, compact
U.S. IT and services company CSC is to open a new information technology services delivery center in Tianjin.
While the world economy is heading to the toilet and Chinese manufacturers are preparing to feel the pinch because their overseas buyers will have