Assemblers in Taiwan such as Foxconn and Pegatron have been ramping up production so Apple can launch its iPhone 14 next month
Chinese planes and warships simulated an attack on Taiwan on Saturday, island officials said, to punish them for hosting a visit by Pelosi, who was seen as an independence advocate
Authorities are looking into the death of the deputy head of the military's National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology after his body was found in a hotel
Sliding values of stocks held by SoftBank's Vision Fund suggest more bad news when CEO Masayoshi Son reports first-quarter earnings next week
A surprise visit by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan has brought back the spotlight on Taiwanese...
Japanese PM Fumio Kishida has reached out to labour unions and companies as part of his push for wage increases to help households manage higher prices.
Japanese car giant said its operating profit plunged by 42% in the first quarter, after auto production was hit by Covid lockdowns and the global shortage of computer chips
The world's top carmaker could report a double-digit drop in first-quarter profit this week as supply-chain woes forced it to slash production targets three times last quarter.
Hino shares plunged almost 10% on Tuesday, after company probe reveals it found emissions data was falsified for 13 more years than already known
The Japanese currency was boosted by bets US interest rates are close to a peak after the world's biggest economy contracted in the June quarter
Denso's operating earnings of 63.6 billion yen ($473 million) for the three months to June 30 fell short of an average estimate of 81 billion yen