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Acer on a rise
  • Acer has been aggressively improving its opeartion and is focusing to expand its share in China's PC market

    Last update: Friday 15 June 2012 [6 news items]

Acer to consider shareholder interests in executive pay

Jun 15, 15:53

Acer on June 15, hosted a shareholders meeting and passed its financial report for 2011 with severance pay to former CEO Gianfranco Lanci reaching NT$1.28 billion (US$42.8 million)...

JT Wang, Acer chairman (right)

Acer enters tier-3 to -5 cities in China

Jun 14, 01:30

Acer, starting 2012, is executing a three-year plan in China to expand its channel bases from tier-1 and -2 cities to tier-3 to -5 cities and is set to open new stores at a rate of...

Scott Lin, Acer vice president and president of Acer Greater China

Windows 8 success will initially depend on demand from North America, says JT Wang

Jun 6, 01:40

The initial success of Windows 8 will depend on the North America market, according to Acer chairman JT Wang. Wang stated that although PC demand is currently being affect by a sovereign...

Acer chairman JT Wang

Asustek, Acer to see 10% of notebook shipments in 2012 feature touchscreen panels

May 22, 14:17

As Microsoft will launch Windows 8 in the third quarter, mainly promoting its touchscreen functions, Asustek Computer and Acer are expected to have 10% of their notebook shipments...

Asustek, Acer to participate at CCISF in China

May 17, 01:10

The fifteenth China Chongqing International Investments and Global Sourcing Fair will start on May 17 in Chongqing, China with several international as well as local IT and automobile...

Acer regains second-rank for 1Q12 notebook shipments, says IDC

May 9, 15:12

Acer regained the status of the second-largest notebook vendor in terms of shipments in the first quarter of 2012, according to IDC.

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