1. AlphaAtlas

    Foxconn is Allegedly Rethinking Wisconson LCD Manufacturing Plans

    A report from Reuters suggests that Foxconn Technology Group is "reconsidering" their previously announced plans to manufacture LCD panels in Wisconsin. Instead of hiring factory workers, Foxconn may bring on more researchers and engineers to the Wisconsin Campus, turning it into a "technology...
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    Foxconn Is Reportedly Building a $9 Billion Chip Fab

    Anonymous sources told Nikkei Asian Review that Foxconn, the largest manufacturer in the world, is getting into the chip making business. Foxconn, the Chinese city of Zhuhai, and other investors are reportedly dumping about $9 billion USD into a 300mm chip fab, and construction is set to start...
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    Foxconn to Assemble High End iPhones in India

    Reuters claims that Foxconn will start assembling "top-end" Apple iPhones in India as early as 2019. This is reportedly the first time Foxconn is making Apple's premium phones in India, and the source claims the Foxconn will invest about $356 million to expand an existing plant in Sriperumbudur...
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    Foxconn Buys Belkin, Linksys, and Wemo

    Foxconn announced yesterday that it has purchased Belkin, and with it come Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn brands. TheVerge is reporting that Foxconn will pay $866 million in cash to acquire Belkin. The deal is likely subject to approval from the US Committee on Foreign Investment before going through...
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    Foxconn Looking to Expand to Digital Cinema Cameras

    In a report from Nikkei, Foxconn wants to reduce it's dependency on Apple because of weakening smartphone demand, and plans to expand into the manufacture of semiconductors for displays, and professional quality cinema cameras. Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou told reporters in Taipei after the...
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    Foxconn Announces US Manufacturing Plant in Wisconsin

    In what will be a major boon to the state's economy, Foxconn announced plans to build a LCD-panel plant in Wisconsin (warning auto-play video). The Taiwanese electronics giant plans to invest $10 billion over four years into the project, making it the most expensive development in the state's...