Taiwan Stock Exchange News
New IPhone Plays Stock-killer After Debut
The price of the new iPhone sent tremors through the stocks of major smartphone makers.
Election Hints of New Cooperation by Taiwan, China
Analysis: Taiwanese companies may find it easier to work with China after a change in power.
Acer Buys 75 Percent of Packard Bell
To keep Lenovo from buying Packard Bell, Acer has acquired 75 percent of parent company PB Holdings.
Mobile Phones Take Back Seat at Revamped BenQ
BenQ has launched as a new corporation, focusing on digital projectors, computer monitors, and other electronics.
Acer CEO Stakes Job on Gateway Deal
Amid criticism of the $710 million acquisition, Acer's CEO vows to quit if it doesn't fly.
Traders Punish Acer for Gateway Purchase
Acer shares are down on the Taiwan Stock Exchange, as investors think it paid too much for Gateway.
iPod Woes Could Send Execs to Jail
Inventec Appliances executives could face jail time for selling off stock before disclosing Apple's plans to reduce iPod orders.
Quanta Mum on iPhone, Dell Smart Phone Orders
According to reports, Quanta Computer is preparing to manufacture Apple's iPhones and a new smart phone for Dell.
Taiwan Companies Team Up on Microsoft Smartphones
A pair of Taiwanese companies signed a technology agreement to develop 3G and 3.5G smartphones around Windows Mobile.