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  • HTC has raised some eyebrows following the launch of its new ad campaign featuring Robert Downey Jr, and an intrigue over an alleged theft of trade secrets.

    Last update: Monday 2 September 2013 [6 news items]

HTC shares under downward pressure amid possible leak of trade secrets

Sep 2, 15:09

HTC share price plunged to an intraday low of NT$146 (US$5) before closing down NT$10 or 5.75% at NT$147.50 on September 2 as investors dumped the company's shares on concerns of...

HTC continues losing ground in LTE smartphone segment

Aug 26, 16:03

HTC, a pioneer of LTE smartphones previously, appears to have lost its competitive advantage in the segment and has seen its market share lag behind Samsung Electronics, Apple, Sony...

Beats inclined to end partnership with HTC, say Taiwan makers

Aug 19, 21:42

US-based headphone and audio device vendor Beats Electronics plans to end its partnership with Taiwan-based smartphone vendor HTC through repurchasing HTC's stake in it, according...

HTC introduces new ad campaign with Robert Downey Jr

Aug 12, 18:52

HTC has introduced the Change brand platform. Featuring a broad range of digital, social, PR and above the line activity, the global Change platform will kick off with a series of...

HTC July revenues hit 5-month low

Aug 5, 21:35

Taiwan-based smartphone vendor HTC on August 5 reported consolidated revenues of NT$15.728 billion (US$524 million) for July, the lowest monthly level since March 2013 with an on-month...

HTC pessimistic about 3Q13

Jul 30, 22:17

HTC forecasts third-quarter consolidated revenues of NT$50-60 billion (US$1.7-2.0 billion) slipping 15.1-29.2% on quarter, and gross margin of 18-21% down 2-5pp, as well as zero net...

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