Friday 19 May 2023
Sony considers spin-off of financial subsidiary and focuses on semiconductor and entertainment businesses
Sony Group has announced its plans to concentrate its resources on its semiconductor and entertainment businesses, making it challenging to allocate sufficient investment to all areas...
Wednesday 9 February 2022
Toshiba to split into two standalone companies
Toshiba has provided an update on its reorganization plan disclosed in November 2021, announcing its intention to separate the company into two standalone companies - Toshiba Infrastructure...
Friday 11 June 2021
Global smartphone AP market posts double-digit growth in 1Q21
The global smartphone applications processor (AP) market surged 21% on year to US$6.8 billion in the first quarter of 2021, according to Strategy Analytics.
Friday 30 April 2021
China smartphone vendors see combined shipments drop in 1Q21
China-based smartphone vendors saw their combined first-quarter 2021 shipments decline 9.7% sequentially to 191 million units, which, however, represented a sharp on-year increase...
Thursday 2 November 2017
Qisda sets up spin-off from China-based hospital
EMS provider Qisda has announced the establishment of a spin-off from Nanjing BenQ Hospital, its China subsidiary offering medical care services in Nanjing.
Friday 25 August 2017
HTC declines to comment on spin-off or sell-off speculations
HTC has declined to comment on recent market speculations indicating that the company is currently conducting a strategic assessment on its future, including options to spin off its...
Monday 27 June 2016
HTC seeks to spin off VR business
The establishment of an independent VR (virtual reality) subsidiary will help HTC build alliances with, or solicit equity investment from, potential strategic partners, HTC president...
Thursday 15 January 2015
ASE announces spin-off of subsidiary USI
The board of directors of Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) on January 15 passed resolutions to spin off its subsidiary Universal Scientific Industrial (USI), as part of an...
Thursday 9 October 2014
Digitimes Research: Enterprise segment to benefit, but PC segment to suffer from HP spin-off
Hewlett-Packard (HP) will separate into two companies, HP Inc. and HP Enterprise with the former focusing mainly on PC and printer products and the later on servers, storage, software...
Wednesday 8 October 2014
HP split is timely, says HP Taiwan head
It is the right time for Hewlett-Packard (HP) to split into HP Enterprise and HP Inc. because HP's business groups for enterprise hardware and services, and PCs and printers have...
Thursday 30 August 2012
Asustek outlines future plans
Asustek Computer hosted an investors conference on August 29, announcing that the company's sales performance in the second quarter was better than expected and achieved new records...
Friday 2 March 2012
Samsung LCD spin-off targets AMOLED displays, says IHS iSuppli
While Samsung Electronics' spin-off of its LCD operations will boost the short-term competitiveness of the business, the long-term benefit may be domination of the next wave in display...
Tuesday 21 February 2012
Commentary: Spin-off Samsung LCD unit may deter Taiwan makers in AMOLED segment
Samsung Electronics has announced plans to spin off its money-losing LCD business to form a new company, Samsung Display, which is believed to focus more on the development of OLED...
Tuesday 21 February 2012
Samsung board approves LCD business spin-off
Samsung Electronics has announced that plans to spin off the company's LCD display business have been approved by its board of directors. The new body will be 100%-held by Samsung,...
Friday 30 September 2011
HP to not finalize its spin-off plans until year-end 2011; trying to revive employee morale
Hewlett-Packard (HP) reportedly will not finalize its plans to spin off its PC units until the end of the year and is trying to revive morale among its employees. HP will continue...
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