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'Livia Yap Bloomberg' - 4 News Result(s)

  • $42 Billion Slump For India's Auto Sector - And It May Not Be Over

    $42 Billion Slump For India's Auto Sector - And It May Not Be Over

    A gauge of automobile companies has fallen 30 percent since reaching a record in December 2017, and is the worst-performer among 19 sector indexes in the nation's equity market this year. That's as the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex Index rallied to a fresh peak last month.

  • A Steve Jobs Rival Who Hit Hard Times Makes Remarkable Comeback

    A Steve Jobs Rival Who Hit Hard Times Makes Remarkable Comeback

    On Oct. 11, 2011, as tributes to Steve Jobs continued to pour in across the world, one man took out a $16,000 full-page newspaper ad in Singapore to pay his respects to the Apple Inc. co-founder who had passed away.

  • How To Lose $23 Billion In A Market That's Surged 61,436%

    How To Lose $23 Billion In A Market That's Surged 61,436%

    The entry of India's richest man Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. in 2016 has proven to be a turning point in consolidation for the market.

  • How Apple Helped a 77-Year-Old CEO Recover From His Worst Error

    How Apple Helped a 77-Year-Old CEO Recover From His Worst Error

    In 2015, Yao Hsiao Tung was 75 and looking to slow down. He'd begun seeking his successor as chief executive officer of Hi-P International Ltd., a contract manufacturer for customers including Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. But an annual loss, and the $126 million claim that Hi-P filed because of it, ended that plan.

'Livia Yap Bloomberg' - 4 News Result(s)

  • $42 Billion Slump For India's Auto Sector - And It May Not Be Over

    $42 Billion Slump For India's Auto Sector - And It May Not Be Over

    A gauge of automobile companies has fallen 30 percent since reaching a record in December 2017, and is the worst-performer among 19 sector indexes in the nation's equity market this year. That's as the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex Index rallied to a fresh peak last month.

  • A Steve Jobs Rival Who Hit Hard Times Makes Remarkable Comeback

    A Steve Jobs Rival Who Hit Hard Times Makes Remarkable Comeback

    On Oct. 11, 2011, as tributes to Steve Jobs continued to pour in across the world, one man took out a $16,000 full-page newspaper ad in Singapore to pay his respects to the Apple Inc. co-founder who had passed away.

  • How To Lose $23 Billion In A Market That's Surged 61,436%

    How To Lose $23 Billion In A Market That's Surged 61,436%

    The entry of India's richest man Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. in 2016 has proven to be a turning point in consolidation for the market.

  • How Apple Helped a 77-Year-Old CEO Recover From His Worst Error

    How Apple Helped a 77-Year-Old CEO Recover From His Worst Error

    In 2015, Yao Hsiao Tung was 75 and looking to slow down. He'd begun seeking his successor as chief executive officer of Hi-P International Ltd., a contract manufacturer for customers including Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. But an annual loss, and the $126 million claim that Hi-P filed because of it, ended that plan.

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