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Resumption of work at Foxconn factories in China beats expectations, says founder
After a prolonged halt due to a coronavirus outbreak that disrupted supply chains.
Mar 13 2020 6:32AM
Apple supplier Foxconn's revenue hammered by coronavirus fallout
Biggest monthly drop in revenue in about seven years.
Mar 9 2020 6:34AM
Virus to dent Foxconn's consumer electronics revenue in first-quarter
Warns of 15 percent drop, but predicts recover thereafter.
Mar 4 2020 6:28AM
Foxconn says cautiously resuming China output, warns coronavirus will hit revenue
Just days after Apple rescinded its March quarter sales guidance.
Feb 21 2020 6:53AM
Apple's main iPhone maker Foxconn to resume some Chinese production - source
Though only 10 percent of the workforce has returned so far, a source told Reuters.
Feb 11 2020 1:23PM
China's Shenzhen denies blocking Apple supplier Foxconn from resuming production
Rejects earlier report in the Nikkei Business Daily.
Feb 10 2020 6:55AM
Outbreak to hit iPhone output if China extends Foxconn factory halt - source
Could see a "big" production impact and disruption of shipments to customers.
Feb 4 2020 6:45AM
Foxconn eyes sale of US$8.8 billion China plant amid trade war woes
Demand for product wanes amid an intensifying international friction.
Aug 5 2019 7:03AM
Apple explores moving 15-30 percent of production capacity from China: Nikkei
Asks major suppliers to assess the cost implications.
Jun 20 2019 6:59AM
Foxconn has enough capacity outside China to meet Apple's US demand
If the need should arise due to trade war.
Jun 12 2019 12:30PM
Foxconn's Gou to 'follow order of sea goddess' in Taiwan vote; yet to declare presidential run
Drums and gongs sounded.
Apr 18 2019 6:50AM
Foxconn rejects Microsoft patent lawsuit, says never had to pay royalties
Mar 13 2019 6:58AM
Foxconn, Sirin Labs to make first blockchain smartphone
For initial price of US$999.
Apr 6 2018 6:15AM
Foxconn buys Belkin for $1bn
Diversification to prevent over-reliance on Apple.
Mar 28 2018 12:01PM
Apple discovers illegal student labour at iPhone X plant
Violating local laws.
Nov 23 2017 6:47AM
Samsung, Foxconn are backing cable-free phone tech
Could 'kiss' become standard?
Aug 17 2017 6:48AM
Foxconn says Apple, Dell join bid for Toshiba chip business
Preferred bidder in fierce contest to be announced soon.
Jun 13 2017 10:55AM
Tech giants want to use blockchain to secure IoT apps
New consortium formed.
Jan 30 2017 11:51AM
Foxconn slashes offer for Sharp
Pair agree to takeover.
Mar 31 2016 8:00AM
Foxconn delays Sharp takeover after finding "liabilities"
Sharp shares tumble.
Feb 26 2016 11:53AM
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