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Morris Chang's legacy
  • TSMC chairman has announced he will retire from TSMC in June 2018 after playing a leading role in Taiwan's semiconductor industry for three decades.

    Last update: Monday 23 October 2017 [15 news items]

TSMC marks 30th anniversary

Oct 23, 11:09

TSMC is holding its 30th Anniversary Celebration Forum and Concert in Taipei, Taiwan on October 23, inviting the many customers, colleagues, suppliers, investors, and partners from...

Dual leadership should become long-term management model at TSMC, says Morris Chang

Oct 13, 12:00

The dual leadership to be enforced at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) starting from June 2018 should remain a long-term management model for a big company like TSMC,...

TSMC chairman Morris Chang

Morris Chang sees hurdle for semiconductor development in China

Oct 12, 13:20

While China is aggressively accelerating the development of its semiconductor industry, a hidden barrier will gradually surface to affect its development, in that many countries will...

Morris Chang, chairman of TSMC

Service-oriented corporate culture counts most in foundry sector, says Morris Chang

Oct 11, 14:43

Once describing Intel and Samsung Electronics as "700-pound gorillas" when commenting on his company's two major competitors, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) chairman...

Morris Chang, chairman of TSMC

Commentary: The arrival of post-Morris Chang era

Oct 3, 16:12

TSMC chairman Morris Chang's retirement announcement comes at a perfect timing as the foundry house is to celebrate its 30-year anniversary on October 23, 2017. While Chang is to...

All feasts must come to an end: Q&A with TSMC chairman Morris Chang

Oct 3, 15:22

Just three days after announcing an encouraging decision that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will build its 3nm wafer fab in Taiwan, the firm's chairman Morris...

Morris Chang (right), chairman of TSMC

Morris Chang to retire from TSMC in June 2018

Oct 2, 15:01

Morris Chang, chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), has announced that he will retire from the foundry house in June 2018.

Morris Chang to retire from TSMC in June 2018

Commentary: Triple-win decision for TSMC to build 3nm wafer fab in Taiwan

Oct 2, 14:48

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has recently decided to set up the world's first 3nm wafer fab in the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) after gaining government...

TSMC announces plan to build 3nm fab in Taiwan

Sep 29, 17:10

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) today announced that following careful evaluation, the company's planned advanced 3nm fab will be located in the Tainan Science Park...

TSMC will continue to outgrow global chip industry, says chairman

Mar 3, 15:17

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is expected to post 5-10% revenue growth in 2017, outperforming the global semiconductor industry's growth of 4-5%, according to...

TSMC chairman Morris Chang

TSMC co-CEOs to join board

Feb 15, 14:10

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC) board of directors has approved a proposal to increase the number of directors to 10 from eight, and authorized chairman Morris...

TSMC co-CEOs CC Wei (left) and Mark Liu (right)

Co-chiefs likely to run future TSMC, says Chang

Mar 6, 01:10

The board of directors at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will now implement its CEO succession plan after the promotion of three senior vice presidents to company...

TSMC is considering having more than one CEO to succeed Chang

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

TSMC chairman Morris Chang to represent Taiwan at APEC summit

Newswatch - Oct 31, 10:37

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) chairman Morris Chang will represent Taiwan in the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Vietnam, according...

TSMC chairman lobbies government to relax China restrictions

Aug 31, 15:31

Morris Chang, chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), said yesterday that he is lobbying the Taiwan government to permit local chipmakers to process wafers...

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