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China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
SoftBank and Foxconn said Friday that the two companies have formed a joint venture that could be worth $1.2 billion as the tech group plans a series of U.S. expansions.
Apple supplier Foxconn is considering a $7 billion investment that would establish a U.S.-based LCD display manufacturing hub that could create as many as 50,000 new jobs.
Investors focus on routes the Japanese electronics player can take as it faces capital erosion risk.
Nokia may have a long way to go before it convinces investors it's fully back in the smartphone turf.
Samsung's fourth-quarter comeback looks based on chips and displays sales, but intensifying competition raises sustainability questions.
The South Korean company could prove it has the capacity to offset Galaxy Note 7 and consumer product fiascos.
Foxconn will set up a manufacturing base in China as speculation mounts over U.S investment plans.
Foxconn takes a controlling stake in Sakai Display, which could signify the company's LCD TV intentions as Trump boasts of SoftBank job creation.
Sharp's acquisition of European businesses marks a comeback in TV productions in the region.
Sharp and Foxconn could establish a new LCD Panel factory to challenge Samsung and reduce reliance on Apple.
TheStreet highlights six stocks to watch after President-elect Donald Trump's call to Taiwan.
Apple supplier Foxconn confirms "preliminary discussions" regarding potential US investment.
Oil gains after Venezuelan President Maduro suggests an OPEC output cut is in the cards.
Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 mini futures are little changed.
U.S. stock futures rise Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the central bank will move slowly to raise interest rates.
U.S. stock futures decline early Thursday while European stocks edge higher ahead of a European Central Bank meeting.
European stocks make a tentative recovery Thursday morning after more carnage in Asia, as investors look to commentary later Thursday from European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi.
China's economic growth is expected to slow for years, so multinational companies are starting to adapt to the changing business climate there.
While China is still mustering 7% expansion, many foreign companies have been spoiled by the country's prior supersized growth rates.
As they have for so many other high-tech products, Asian manufacturers are expected to get key contracts for the Apple Watch. These are the companies that experts predict will benefit.
Multinationals can expect more business from China as the country focuses on infrastructure construction and relaxes rules on foreign direct investment.
Vietnam may still be communist, but the Southest Asian country is all about business.
Hon Hai Precision Industry (HNHPF) is said to be in talks to make smartphones for a Chinese photo-editing application developer as it looks to expand its customer base.