Foxconn released a statement on Monday addressing online rumors that founder Terry Gou had a large debt owed to Chinese banks.
Taiwan had the 4th longest annual working hours in the world in 2018, according to OECD Employment and Labour Market Statistics database.
The Taipei housing market continues to get more expensive. With starting salaries have not increased much, the city has become unaffordable for some.
Taiwan’s China Motor Corp. is upgrading is emoving electric scooters and launching new versions of it as it looks to compete with Gogoro.
Taiwan’s super-rich on average own a lot of properties — the second-most in the world — according to a Wealth Report from Knight Frank.
After 27 years of service, Taiwan’s EVA Air has retired the last of its Boeing 747 fleet on Tuesday after the cargo plane landed at Taoyuan Airport.
In an effort to cultivate talent and innovation, Amazon’s AWS has launched a joint innovation center at Linkou Startup Terrace.
New renters protections in Taiwan will take effect on June 1. The new guidelines will help clarify leases and protect renters’ and landlords’ rights.
The 3 major telecom operators in Taiwan have indicated that they will not sell any new Huawei devices following the company’s ban from the Google ecosystem.
Kaohsiung’s agricultural exports have already surpassed those of the previous year, according to the city’s Agricultural Bureau.
A McDonald’s in Shipai, Beitou District, has been ordered to compensate a visually impaired man who got his head stuck in the store’s motion sensor door.
The Taipei Department of Labor released information on labor violations in the city, noting that it fined Fuji Xerox and Danan Bus.
A bakery owner in New Taipei’s Yonghe District claims that Taipower is at fault for an overnight power outage that caused minor losses.