Apple Says Zhengzhou Factory Broke Labor Rules
In response to a watchdog group, the tech giant acknowledged that a supplier violated rules on working conditions to build its latest iPhones.
Labor Shortage Hits Foxconn’s U.S. Plant Project
The Taiwanese firm denies a report that it is recruiting Chinese workers to fill a staffing gap at its Wisconsin factory.
Apple Shares Drop on iPhone X Sales Reports
Some analysts believe consumers are balking at the high price of the radically redesigned smartphone.
iPhone X Production Woes Hit Foxconn Profit
The Taiwanese contract manufacturer says net profit fell 39.2% to $700 million in Q3, its largest quarterly earnings decline in a decade.
State and city tax breaks abound, but they shouldn’t be the only consideration when locating a business.
Microsoft All But Silences Its Smartphone Business
Microsoft said it is cutting 1,850 jobs in its smartphone hardware units and will record a charge of $950 million.
Foxconn to Acquire Japan’s Sharp for $3.5B
The Taiwanese firm uses Sharp screens in the iPhones it manufactures, and the deal could increase its leverage with Apple.
Corporate Governance in Japan: Sharp Elbows
New twists in the battle for control of an ailing electronics firm.