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Foxconn CEO insists that his investment group still has '50% chance' of landing Toshiba deal

Refuting speculation that the deal to buy Toshiba's memory division is effectively done. Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou declared on Friday that he expects that his company still has a '"50 percent chance" of winning.

Foxconn scouts for U.S. location for $10 billion display factory

The world’s largest contract electronics maker is scouting locations for a U.S. display factory planning to invest more than $10 billion on it. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.        

Apple supplier Foxconn planning $10B US investment, eyeing six states for display plant

Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn, is reportedly planning to invest $10 billion or more across several U.S. states, although the company is still deciding on which ones -- including where to put a $7 billion display plant.

Taiwan's Foxconn Eyes Seven States for $10 Billion Investment

Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group, which assembles Apple’s iPhones in China, is looking at seven states in the American heartland where it would invest $10 billion or more in factories to build flat-panel screens.

Trina Solar Modules Now Producing Electricity At India’s 2nd Largest Solar Power Project

Trina Solar recently issued a press release boasting of the fact that its solar modules have started feeding electricity to the grid in India from a large-scale project of SB Energy, a joint venture company of Softbank, Foxconn Technology...Show More Summary

Foxconn set to discontinue Brazil manufacturing operations

The firm appears to be giving up on the country following promises of $12bn investment.

Foxconn founder: US expansion might top $10 billion

The chairman of Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn said Thursday it may spend more than $10 billion to set up manufacturing in the United States, and will announce investment plans by early August for at least three states.

Afternoon Coffee: FusionOps Rebrands as Area Technology, Foxconn to Build Production in 7 States

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News FusionOps, a business intelligence provider, announced earlier this week it would rebrand as Area Technology and launch a prescriptive analytics software platform for global supply chains. Show More Summary

Taiwan's Foxconn says Toshiba deal 'not over'

The head of Taiwan's tech giant Foxconn said Thursday its pursuit of Toshiba "is not yet over", a day after the Japanese firm announced it preferred another group of bidders to acquire its prized chip business.

Toshiba finally picks the preferred bidder for its chip business, and it’s not Foxconn

Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp. has been looking to sell its lucrative flash memory business for more than half a year, and interested businesses included some of the biggest companies in the tech industry. Today, ToshibaShow More Summary

Toshiba selects winning bidder for chip business, rules out Apple/Dell/Foxconn consortium

Toshiba has chosen a consortium formed by Bain Capital, Mitsubishi, and Japanese government investors as the preferred bidder for its memory chip business, effectively locking out a Foxconn-led consortium including the likes of Apple and Dell.

Hardware Club raises $28 million for its hardware seed fund

Hardware Club is not just a club — it’s now also a venture firm focused on hardware companies. The team has raised $28 million for the first closing of its inaugural fund from Bpifrance, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, Foxconn, Mistletoe and others. At its core, the vision of the club hasn’t changed much. I’ve already covered the original idea, and everything is still true… Read More

Foxconn U.S. Might Be Built In Wisconsin: Report

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President Donald Trump who visited Waukesha County Technical College, in Milwaukee on Wednesday, indicated that a manufacturer might set up a plant in the state.

Today in Apple history: iPad 2 leak lands insiders in prison

June 15, 2011: Three people are sentenced to prison in China for leaking information about the iPad 2 prior to its release. The folks imprisoned are Foxconn R&D employees, who are given sentences ranging from one year to eighteen months. They also have to pay fines ranging from $4,500 to $23,000. If you ever wonder […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

iPhone manufacturer Foxconn could be building a plant in Wisconsin

A key link in the Apple supply chain is reportedly looking to build its next plant in the heart of dairy country. According to an Associated Press report, Wisconsin officials are hashing out the details with Foxconn representatives, although no further details were reported. Show More Summary

iPhone manufacturer Foxconn reportedly considering new plant in Wisconsin

United States manufacturing has been a hot button issue as it relates to Apple over recent months. President Trump has said that the company has its “eyes open” to the possibility and now, a new report from the Associated Press claims that iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is considering a new plant in Wisconsin… more…

Wisconsin location reportedly under consideration for US Foxconn factory

Sources claim that Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn has set its sights on Wisconsin as a location for its U.S. plant -- but governmental sources in the state note that any firm deal is still some time away.

Apple supplier Foxconn said to be mulling Wisconsin plant - CNET

Taiwanese firm that assembles iPhones is reportedly considering opening a facility that could employ thousands of Wisconsin residents.

AI killed 800,000 jobs in the U.K., but created 3.5 million new ones

GUEST: First Amazon announced plans to fully automate its new brick and mortar store with robots. Then we learned that Foxconn plans to automate 30 percent of its factory workforce by 2018. And recently, Wendy’s announced plans to add automated kiosks at more than 1,000 stores. One thing is clear — robots are changing the way we […]

Foxconn, assembler of iPhones, eyes Wisconsin plant

Electronics giant assembles devices for Apple, Sony and others — mostly in China, where its plants employ 1 million people

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