HTC Corp. and Nokia Oyj have agreed to collaborate after ending a patent-infringement dispute that could have resulted in the devices of Taiwan’s largest smartphone maker being kept out of the U.S. market.
Taiwan’s main bourse will install Lee Sush-der as chairman in a ceremony on Feb. 25 after Schive Chi’s appointment to the island’s Cabinet amid the naming of a new premier and other officials this month.
Japan’s world-beating stock rally is sending Jafco Co., the country’s biggest venture-capital firm, to the best gains on initial public offerings since the technology bubble at the turn of the century.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., flagship of electronics maker Foxconn Technology Group, posted profit that beat analyst estimates as it assembled new products including Apple Inc. iPhones and Sony Corp. game consoles.
Taiwan’s exchange is looking at the unusual trading volume and price movements in HTC Corp. stock before the announcement of a patent settlement with Apple Inc. The shares fell for the first time in six days.
Foxconn Technology Group, the Taipei-based maker of Apple Inc.’s iPhone, plans to invest $40 million in Pennsylvania to develop robotics, joining other manufacturers seeking to build products in the U.S.