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The return of Acer
  • Acer has announced its revenue performance for the fourth quarter of 2011 and has turned profit after two consecutive quarters of losses.

    Last update: Thursday 16 February 2012 [3 news items]

Acer expects EMEA PC market share to rise to 25-28% in 2012

Feb 16, 14:38

Although Acer saw its share in the EMEA PC market drop in 2011 its ranking still remained as the second largest. Acer president Jim Wong pointed out that the company's share will...

Acer expects double ultrabook shipments in 2Q12, improving gross margin each quarter

Feb 16, 01:25

Acer has announced results for 2011 with operating profit turning from losses to gains in the fourth quarter of 2011, while company chairman JT Wang pointed out that gross margin...

JT Wang, Acer chairman

Acer sees decreased January revenues

Feb 13, 11:34

Acer saw its non-consolidated revenues of NT$27.201 (US$920 million) for January fall 17.66% on month and 18.47% on year.

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