Dozens of Taiwanese scuffled with police Wednesday in the rowdiest demonstration yet against a new trade agreement with China.Full story
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's HTC Corp said third-quarter revenue could fall as much as 30 percent from the previous three months, far worse than expected and underscoring deepening troubles for a smartphone maker with little prospect of an immediate turnaround. Full story
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's top financial regulator and its defense minister have stepped down, the premier said on Monday, as part of a reshuffle that analysts say is aimed at boosting President Ma Ying-jeou's increasingly poor popularity ratings. Full story
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake shook Taiwan sparking deadly landslides and causing residents to flee shaking buildings. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
In Part II of "Office Politics," the Today Show’s Natalie Morales sits down with MSNBC’s Alex Witt. Morales explains the challenges of separating her personal life with what she sees out in the field as a reporter. Morales reminisces about growing-up overseas and reveals the movie she has seen at le
Rodolfo Martell, BlackRock, provides strategies for investing in growing economies such as Brazil, Korea, Taiwan and South Africa.
Las Vegas Sands has lost its breach-of-contract lawsuit against Taiwan businessman Richard Suen, reports CNBC's Tyler Mathisen.
Health officials in Taiwan are on guard after on of its citizens contracted the deadly strain of bird flu while on a business trip in China. NBC’s Ian Williams reports.
Activists try to climb over barriers as police officers attempt to stop them in front of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei July 31, 2013. More than 100 activists gathered on Wednesday to protest against Taiwan's latest service trade agreement between Taiwan and China, which was signed in June and allow
Police officers drag a protester away in front of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei July 31, 2013. More than 100 activists gathered on Wednesday to protest against Taiwan's latest service trade agreement between Taiwan and China, which was signed in June and allowed each side to invest in the other's s
This undated handout photograph released by the Taipei City Zoo on July 29, 2013 shows the feet of a recently born panda cub from giant panda Yuan Yuan in an incubator at the Taipei Zoo in Taipei. The public will have to wait three months to catch a glimpse of the first panda born in Taiwan, officia