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Gou founded Foxconn with just US$7,500 and 10 staff in Taiwan. Today, he has a net worth of US$7.4 billion.
The billionaire CEO of Apple supplier Foxconn says he ‘will follow the instruction’ of a sea goddess who told him to run for president of ...
Terry Gou announced his bid for the Taiwanese presidency on Wednesday. He said the sea goddess Mazu told him to "step up" for the Taiwanese people.
Chinese workers who assemble the iPhone are literally lining up to quit a major Apple supplier thanks to falling sales
Foxconn relies on Apple orders for about 20% to 30% of its business.
Apple’s top manufacturer, Foxconn, has reportedly cut 50,000 seasonal jobs earlier than usual amid slowing iPhone demand
The iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has laid off 50,000 seasonal workers since October at its factory in China, according to a new report.
Apple’s top manufacturer Foxconn will start making higher-end iPhones in India, moving production out of China amidst trade war
iPhones will soon be made in India through Apple's top manufacturing partner, Taiwanese electronics company Foxconn.
Apple said it's no longer all that important how many iPhones it sells. But now it wants you to know that sales are just fine.
Regardless of whether Foxconn is just going through a regular belt-tightening period, it's sure to spark speculation of a slowdown in iPhone demand.
Trump called Foxconn’s Wisconsin factory an ‘incredible investment,’ but evidence is mounting it’s a terrible deal
Foxconn is building a giant factory complex in Wisconsin, powered in part by $4.5 billion in taxpayer subsidies.
Apple’s market cap fell below $1 trillion, and its iPhone XR woes just clobbered stocks of its Asian suppliers
Shares of Apple's Asian suppliers fell after a report that it would halt plans for additional production lines for the iPhone XR.
Apple’s top manufacturer says China has ‘unreasonable’ laws and regulations and its workers should be allowed more overtime
“China has tougher overtime regulations than the U.S. and the European Union, and they understand those are unreasonable regulations, unreasonable laws,” Foxconn chairman Terry Gou said.