The China Post Publication Date : 16-04-2013 Want Want China Chairman Tsai Eng-meng is Taiwan's richest person, with a net worth of US$9.8 billion, according to a list of billionaires in the Greater China region released by Forbes yesterday. Last ... Asia News Network, 1 month ago
With US$9.8 billion, head of Want Want richest man: Forbes - China Post, 1 month ago
Taipei, April 15 (CNA) Tsai Eng-meng, chairman and CEO of Want Want Holdings Ltd., ranked 12th on a list of the richest people of Chinese descent published by Forbes Magazine Monday with a net worth of US$9.8 billion. The 56-year-old Tsai, who ...Focus Taiwan, 1 month ago
Taipei, March 22 (CNA) Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Technology, which has often been referred to as China's Apple Inc., might emerge as one of Foxconn International Holdings' top five clients this year, industry sources said Friday. The forecast ...Focus Taiwan, 1 month ago
God bless you Mr. (or Ms.) "Inside Source at Apple," who has revealed to the Chosen One that iPad 5, and more, will be announced June 29, complete with "original passion, new ideas." Even if the rumour is wrong, which let's face it, is likely, it ...CIO Australia, 1 month ago iPad 5 rumor rollup for the week ending Mar. 20 Tech World Australia, 1 month ago
Among Wu Pao-chun's biggest supporters are a handful of advanced degree holders in Taiwan who would be happy to welcome the master baker to their ranks. They cite Wu's expertise when arguing that degrees aren't everything. This man, who feels for ...Formosa Television (FTV), 1 month ago
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