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  • Last update: Tuesday 24 December 2013 [11 news items]

Rick Tsai reportedly resigns from TSMC

Newswatch - Dec 24, 21:32

Rick Tsai, chairman and CEO for TSMC Solar and TSMC Solid State Lighting, reportedly has resigned from the two TSMC subsidiaries to take up the post of chairman of Chunghwa Telecom...

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Former TSMC CEO joins HTC board of directors

Jun 24, 20:59

Rick Tsai, which served as CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) during 2005-09, has been elected as an HTC board of director.

TSMC to adopt solar equipment from Taiwan suppliers

Sep 21, 01:05

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) plans to adopt automation systems from Taiwan-based equipment suppliers for producing CIGS thin-film solar cells, according to Rick...

TSMC aims to be top-5 PV module maker within five years

Sep 17, 01:20

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) aims to become one of the world's top-five solar cell makers within the next five years, said Rick Tsai, president of the company's...

TSMC to break ground for solar fab in September

Aug 30, 16:17

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) plans to break ground for the construction of a new fab at the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) to produce thin-film solar PV modules,...

Motech a springboard for TSMC to tap China solar market

Dec 10, 14:38

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC's) recently announced investment in Motech Industries is an important milestone for which comes less than six months after the foundry...

Rick Tsai

TSMC denies reports it plans to place Rick Tsai on SMIC board

Nov 17, 15:19

Taiwan market sources have indicated that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is planning to appoint Rick Tsai, who leads TSMC's New Business Development Organization...

Rick Tsai

TSMC board meeting likely to discuss solar energy acquisition plans

Aug 6, 11:28

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is to hold a regular board meeting on August 10 during which its board of directors is likely to discuss plans to venture into solar...

Rick Tsai

TSMC CEO says internal goal for green energy more aggressive

Jul 31, 16:25

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has internally set a more ambitious goal for its freshly-established New Business Development Organization (NBDO), led by former...

Rick Tsai

Commentary: Rick Tsai still heir to Morris Chang?

Jun 15, 15:31

A group of former employees of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) on April 9 staged a sit-in protest outside the residence of TSMC chairman Morris Chang. They demanded...

Rick Tsai

Morris Chang to resume helm of TSMC

Jun 11, 16:35

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) today announced Rick Tsai will resign from his position as the company's CEO, with chairman Morris Chang to return to the helm.

(Right to left) Morris Chang, chairman of TSMC and Rick Tsai, the foundry's current CEO
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