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Asus reports $230 million profit, buoyed by strong notebook and tablet sales

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Taiwanese computer and tablet maker Asus has reported positive third quarter results, with 6.71 billion New Taiwan dollars ($230 million US) in net income on 111.43 billion NT ($3.8 billion) in revenue. That's a 9 percent increase in revenue from the third quarter of 2011, and a 43 percent...
Asus reports $230 million profit, buoyed by strong notebook and tablet sales

Desperately Seeking Turnaround: HTC Sales Drop Further in February

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The sales plunge at Taiwanese phone maker HTC continued in February, as revenue fell a further 44 percent from a year ago. Amid pressure from Samsung and others, HTC reported that its monthly sales were 11.37 billion Taiwan dollars ($383.7 million). That was also down 27 percent from January’s sales....
Desperately Seeking Turnaround: HTC Sales Drop Further in February

HTC Needs A (New) Hero: Q4 Earnings, Forecasts Point to Lean Times

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Another bad-news day for HTC, which is sorely in need of one or two killer, new products to turn around its fortunes in the ever-competitive world of smartphones: in a trading update, the company’s sales for the month of January 2012 were down by more than 50 percent compared...
HTC Needs A (New) Hero: Q4 Earnings, Forecasts Point to Lean Times

HTC Earnings Reveal New Foray Into Emerging Markets

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HTC has been a brand known for trying to hit the top of the market. Its recent smartphone builds have had slicks designs, top specs and high price tags. The company has focused on consumers with above average incomes in developed markets like the United States and Western Europe. And...
HTC Earnings Reveal New Foray Into Emerging Markets

Samsung comes out top in battle of the smartphones

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HTC on Friday reported a 70% year-on-year profit slump and a drop in first quarter net income after tax down to £95mThe battle for smartphone supremacy between Asia's largest handset makers has left profits at Taiwanese firm HTC plummeting as South Korea's Samsung Electronics rakes in the rewards.HTC on Friday...
Samsung comes out top in battle of the smartphones

Hon Hai's Revenue Jumps, But Net Is Flat

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Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. said Friday its first-half profit rose only slightly as revenue growth driven by strong demand for Apple products was largely offset by an accounting loss on its investment in Sharp Corp. Hon Hai, which assembles Apple Inc.’s iPad and iPhone, said its net profit for...
Hon Hai's Revenue Jumps, But Net Is Flat

It's Another Down Month For Cell Phone Maker HTC

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Taiwanese phone maker HTC on Tuesday reported continued slow going, with July sales of $835.6 million ($25 billion Taiwan dollars). That represents a continued decline over May sales as well as when compared with a year earlier....
It's Another Down Month For Cell Phone Maker HTC

Smartphone leader HTC laid low in £750m stock market crash

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Taiwanese handset maker loses out against Apple and Samsung as wrong products prove fatal in ruthless marketTaiwanese smartphone maker HTC, which briefly outsold Apple in the US only a year ago, has joined Nokia and BlackBerry on the mobile industry casualty list after a £750m crash in its stock market...
Smartphone leader HTC laid low in £750m stock market crash

More Than $1 Billion Wiped From HTC's Market Capitalization

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HTC Corp.’s market capitalization fell by more than $1 billion on Monday and Tuesday combined, after the Taiwan smartphone maker warned of weaker third-quarter earnings and posted a 45 percent drop in July revenue, highlighting the intense competition in the fast-growing smartphone market, where Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co....
More Than $1 Billion Wiped From HTC's Market Capitalization

HTC Profit Falls 79 Percent Amid Competition

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HTC Corp. on Monday reported its lowest quarterly profit since 2006 as it continued to lose market share to its competitors. The Taoyuan-based company, which has been steadily losing ground against Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. in the lucrative market for smartphones, said in a statement that its third-quarter...
HTC Profit Falls 79 Percent Amid Competition

iPhone Maker Foxconn Has A 19% Sales Drop Because Of Disappointing iPhone Sales

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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, the main manufacturer of Apple Inc products, posted a 19 percent decline in sales in the first quarter compared with a year earlier, hurt by disappointing demand for the iPhone. From January to March, Hon Hai's sales totaled T$808.97 billion ($26.96...
iPhone Maker Foxconn Has A 19% Sales Drop Because Of Disappointing iPhone Sales

As Apple and Samsung accelerate, HTC’s sales fade away

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Once high-flying Android manufacturer HTC reported weak fourth quarter results and forecast an even tougher first quarter as competition from Apple and Samsung squeezed the Taiwanese smartphone maker. HTC reported revenue of 101.42 billion Taiwan dollars or $3.48 billion with earnings of 10.94 billion Taiwanese dollars or $369 million, good for...
As Apple and Samsung accelerate, HTC’s sales fade away

HTC Sees Lowest Sales Since Jan 2010, Worst Revenue Decline In 4 Months, As February Sales Fell 44%

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The new HTC One unveiled last month is increasingly feeling like last-chance saloon for the troubled Taiwan handset maker. Today HTC noted that its sales for the month of February fell by nearly 44% to 11.37 billion Taiwan dollars ($384 million), from NT$20.3 billion for the same month one year...
HTC Sees Lowest Sales Since Jan 2010, Worst Revenue Decline In 4 Months, As February Sales Fell 44%

Android Is Winni... Oh Just Forget It

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Android Is Winni... Oh Just Forget It: Ingrid Lunden for TechCrunch: The new HTC One unveiled last month is increasingly feeling like last-chance saloon for the troubled Taiwan handset maker. Today HTC noted that its sales for the month of February fell by nearly 44% to 11.37 billion Taiwan dollars...
Android Is Winni... Oh Just Forget It

Competition Weighs Down HTC In Q2: Sales Drop 27% To $3B; Operating Profit, EPS Down 57%

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HTC has posted its Q2 numbers and they’re not pretty. While numbers were up on Q1, the Taiwanese handset maker saw declines in nearly every line of earnings compared to the same quarter a year ago. Revenues were 91.04 billion Taiwan dollars ($3 billion), down nearly 27% on Q2 2011;...
Competition Weighs Down HTC In Q2: Sales Drop 27% To $3B; Operating Profit, EPS Down 57%

Phone Maker HTC Reports Tough Quarter and Forecasts Continued Pain Ahead

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Taiwanese phone maker HTC on Monday reported a lackluster fourth quarter and predicted a further drop in sales and profit margins amid strong competition. For the fourth quarter, HTC said it earned 10.94 billion Taiwanese dollars, or 13.06 Taiwan dollars per share, on revenue of 101.42 billion Taiwan dollars. That’s...
Phone Maker HTC Reports Tough Quarter and Forecasts Continued Pain Ahead

HTC shares fall 6 percent as investors' worries pile up

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The company's stock ended the day at 485 Taiwan Dollars, pushing the shares closer to their 52-week low of NT$403. [Read more]...
HTC shares fall 6 percent as investors' worries pile up

HTC's Profit Falls 58 Percent

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HTC Corp. said Friday its unaudited second-quarter net profit fell 58 percent from a year earlier, as the Taiwanese smartphone maker struggles to compete with industry leaders Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. HTC said in a statement its unaudited net profit for the three months ended June 30 was...
HTC's Profit Falls 58 Percent

Not-So-Quietly Troubling: HTC Q3 Sales Down 48% To $2.4B, Expects Even Weaker Q4 Of $2B

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HTC today officially released its financials for Q3, and the news continues to be bad for the Taiwanese smartphone maker: the company reported revenues of 70.2 billion Taiwan dollars ($2.4 billion), down 23% from last quarter’s $3 billion and 48% compared to the same quarter last year. The company also...
Not-So-Quietly Troubling: HTC Q3 Sales Down 48% To $2.4B, Expects Even Weaker Q4 Of $2B
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