A senior level manager from an Apple supplier stole thousands of iPhone handsets from the testing line, prosecutors said.
From 2013 to 2014, the man and his accomplices reportedly stole around 5,700 iPhones and sold them to stores.
A senior manager at Foxconn, the company that makes Apple's iPhone handsets, is facing 10 years incarceration after being charged with the theft of 5,700 iPhones valued at nearly $1.5 million. According to AsiaOne, the Taiwanese testing...Show More Summary
An ex-senior manager at Apple supplier Foxconn is facing charges for stealing and reselling thousands of iPhones.
Tsai, a former senior manager at Foxconn, stole and then sold some 5,700 iPhones in recent years, which netted him and his accomplices about $1.56 million. An internal audit at Foxconn discovered the scheme earlier this year, and Tsai...Show More Summary
An ex-senior manager with Foxconn, Apple's main assembly partner, was reportedly indicted in Taiwan on Friday for stealing and selling some 5,700 iPhones in China.
A one-time senior manager at Apple manufacturer Foxconn is facing a possible ten years in jail after allegedly stealing 5,700 iPhones and selling them on for $1.5 million. The thefts reportedly took place at one of Foxconn’s factories...Show More Summary
We’ve all stolen things from work—pencils, pens, maybe a notebook—but this Foxconn employee went a little too far. According to AsiaOne, a former senior manager at the world’s largest electronics maker and assembler was charged with stealing and selling 5,700 iPhones for a value of about $1.56 million. Read more...
It’s hardly the heist of the century, but you’ve got to (perhaps grudgingly) admire the sheer tenacity of this one Taiwanese Foxconn manager who managed to steal 5,700 iPhones from his employer, and went on to sell them for a cool $1.56 million profit. Show More Summary
A former senior manager at Foxconn has been charged with stealing and selling 5,700 iPhones for a total of around $1.5M, reports AsiaOne. The Taiwanese manager, identified by his family name Tsai, worked in the testing department and...Show More Summary
A former senior manager at Foxconn, one of Apple's manufacturing partners, allegedly stole 5,700 iPhones and sold them on for than $1.5 million. AFP is reporting that the Taiwanese man, named only as Tsai, has been indicted over theShow More Summary
The new Nokia Android phones will be available in the first half of 2017 and have been made in "close partnership" with Google, Foxconn and Nokia itself.
As announced in May, Microsoft today completed their deal on selling their entry-level feature phone assets to FIH Mobile Ltd., a subsidiary of Hon Hai/Foxconn Technology Group, and HMD Global, Oy for $350 million. As part of the deal, FIH Mobile Ltd. also acquired Microsoft Mobile Vietnam — the company’s Hanoi, Vietnam, manufacturing facility. Microsoft […]
Make way for another startup that wants to shake up the world of music and audio technology. Devialet, the French developer of high-end speakers and the IP behind the sound systems that make them go boom, has raised €100 million ($106 million). This is a strategic growth round that is bringing in a number of high-profile new investors — and with them, a lot more audio… Read More
In a scene one would expect in a Chinese Foxconn factory but certainly not Seattle, Bloomberg reports that in what the police have described as a suicide attempt, an Amazon employee - one of 20,000 working at the location - was injured when he leaped off a building at the company’s Seattle headquarters. Show More Summary
Debby Wu, reporting for the Nikkei Asian Review: Key Apple assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn Technology Group, has been studying the possibility of moving iPhone production to the U.S., sources told the Nikkei Asian...Show More Summary
Foxconn, Apple’s key manufacturing partner, is among a number of supply chain companies that are said to be exploring the potential to relocate iPhone production facilities from Asia to the U.S., according to a report in Japanese newspaper The Nikkei. Show More Summary
Apple has asked two companies that make its iPhones in China, Foxconn and Pegatron, to explore the idea of moving iPhone manufacturing to the U.S., according to a new report. The report today from Nikkei Asian Review, citing unnamed sources, comes one week after Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election. Trump said in January […]
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn has been studying the possibility of moving iPhone production to the United States, according to Japanese website Nikkei Asian Review, leading to hopeful speculation some iPhones could one day be "Made...Show More Summary