According to new reports, HTC has stopped production at one of its main four factories and is looking to outsource production due to its weakening financial situation.
HTC is down but not out: the Taiwanese phone maker is planning to give the Samsung Galaxy Gear some serious competition with a smartwatch of its own.
HTC CEO Peter Chou and chairwoman Cher Wang talked to the Financial Times about the company’s plans for the future, which may include tablets and wearable devices.
Wang refuted rumors about a possible takeover of HTC by a richer competitor from mainland China, going on to praise the company’s longtime CEO Peter Chou
A Reuters profile based on insight from several former and current HTC executives portraits the company’s longtime CEO in a negative light.
HTC has made a profit in every quarter since its founding, but the next few months may bring its first loss, warned the company.
The troubled Taiwanese phone maker continues to reorganize itself, with a new division focused on innovative products and yet another executive shuffle.
HTC’s CEO Peter Chou told shareholders that the company needs time to make a comeback and that the long term goal is to achieve a market share of 10-15%.
Despite previous rumors suggesting that HTC Peter Chou’s days at the company might be numbered, the CEO has affirmed he isn’t going anywhere. Read on to learn more!
Amidst a flurry of negative reports, a glimmer of hope for HTC – the One is selling relatively good, moving five million units since launch.