You say potato and I say tomato
Taiwanese mega-manufacturer Foxconn has outright denied that it infringed Microsoft patents and claimed it never needed to pay a red cent.
Foxconn expects its revenues to continue growing in 2019 although it is not sure exactly by how much.
After having a word with Donald Trump
Foxconn Technology Group will go ahead with plans to build a heavily government-subsidised plant in Wisconsin to make LCD after its chairman spoke with President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump.
Foxconn is rethinking its announced plans for a $10 billion display-making factory in Wisconsin because of "new realities" in the global marketplace.
Facing a shortage
Foxconn is finding itself short of staff after it reduced numbers due to Apple’s cutbacks
Cost of Apple dependence
Taiwan’s Foxconn reported an eight percent fall in its December revenue on Thursday presumably due to the failure of its key customer Apple to convince people to pay a third more for technology they pretty much already owned.
Where no one can afford them
Fruity cargo cult Apple will begin assembling its top end iPhones in India through the local unit of Foxconn as early as 2019.
The lead attorney for the group of Apple device assemblers seeking at least $9 billion in damages from Qualcomm said on Sunday the contract manufacturers are not in settlement talks with the mobile chip supplier and are “gearing up and heading toward the trial” in April.
Has to make $2.9 billion to avoid an annus horribilis
Foxconn is planning to cut $2.9 billion from expenses in 2019 as it faces "a very difficult and competitive year".
Still rose by 18 per cent
Taiwan’s Foxconn, the world’s top contract electronics maker and a key Apple supplier, posted an 18.3 percent rise in third quarter net profit. This figure was well below what analysts had been expected.