Tablet Sales Help Asustek's Profit

Tablet Sales Help Asustek's Profit

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Taiwan's Asustek Computer said first-quarter profit rose 21%, aided by growing tablet sales. The company posted its seventh consecutive quarter of double-digit earnings growth....
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