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  • HTC has been struggling. It is even laying off some of its staff.

    Last update: Friday 26 October 2012 [12 news items]

HTC sees profits drop sharply in 3Q12

Newswatch - Oct 26, 16:09

HTC has reported net profits of NT$3.9 billion (US$133.2 million) for the third quarter of 2012, down 56% sequentially and 82% on year. EPS for the third quarter was NT$4.7, compared...

HTC adjusts workforce

Jul 25, 01:35

HTC has been adjusting human resources in its production, R&D, and sales teams. Industry sources believe corporate restructuring is necessary as HTC's sales have been declining...

HTC

HTC amends strategy, reduces stake in Beats

Jul 23, 14:26

HTC has amended its development strategy and is likely to slow down its acquisition plans after announcing that it has reached a deal of selling nearly half of its holdings in audio...

HTC sees market share increase in China and India

Jul 12, 01:35

HTC has faced tough competition in Europe and the US but has been seeing market share in China and India grow significantly in 2012. Nevertheless, growth of market share in these...

HTC One

Nokia, RIM and HTC to see smartphone shipments continue sliding in 2H12, say sources

Jul 9, 12:19

Nokia, RIM and HTC are expected to see their smartphone shipments, as well as market share, continue declining in the third and fourth quarters of 2012 due to a lag in migration to...

HTC posts flat revenues for June

Newswatch - Jul 6, 16:40

HTC has posted consolidated revenues of NT$30 billion (US$1 billion) for June, which were on par with May, according to a company filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE). The...

HTC chairperson confident of improving operations

Jun 13, 11:22

HTC will strengthen its deployment in retail channels globally so as to tide over its operating constrains it encountered recently, including increasing market competition, the temporarily...

HTC chairwoman Cher Wang

HTC May revenues lower than expected; reduces 2Q12 sales guidance

Jun 7, 01:30

HTC has reported lower than expected revenues of NT$30 billion (US$1 billion) for May, which represented a decline of 3.2% on month and 26.1% on year. HTC also lowered its sales guidance...

HTC adjusts strategy for North Asia, shifting focus to Japan

Jun 6, 11:46

HTC plans to adjust its marketing strategy for North Asia and will shift its resources to focus on the fast growing smartphone market in Japan, while maintaining a basic operating...

HTC shipments to the US hit by customs proceedings

May 17, 01:30

HTC's second-quarter revenues will be seriously affected, as shipments of its two new models, the HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE, to the US have been banned temporarily due to customs...

HTC suffers sequential downturn in 1Q12

Apr 25, 01:25

HTC saw its business operations slip significantly in the first quarter of 2012, a sequential decrease for the second consecutive time, according to the company's financial report.

Commentary: HTC appoints new CFO, but challenges remain

Apr 17, 15:29

HTC has reshuffled its management team again by appointing former Goldman Sachs Group partner Chia-Lin Chang as its chief financial officer, which is part of the company's strategy...

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