• Undated Photo of Osama Bin Laden [PHOTO]

    A combination photo shows an undated handout photo provided by Taiwanese coach Jimmy Wu which according to Wu is Osama Bin Laden, and an undated photo of Osama bin Laden (R).
  • Thousands protest in Taiwan over China trade talks

    Thousands of people marched in Taiwan on Sunday to protest against warming ties with political rival China, a day before Beijing's top negotiator arrives on the island for talks on a landmark free trade pact.
  • Taiwan, China to hold free-trade talks

    Taiwan and China, political rivals for six decades, will discuss a free trade pact at formal talks next week amid protests planned by the island's opposition parties wary of deeper engagement with Beijing.
  • Japan's Elpida to outsource chips to Taiwan ProMOS

    Japanese chip maker Elpida said it will outsource production of advanced PC memory chips to Taiwan's ProMOS, a move aimed at locking in production capacity in Taiwan, cutting costs, and putting it on stronger competitive footing against its big South Korean rivals.
  • Corning posts better-than-expected results

    Specialty glass maker Corning Inc posted better-than-expected quarterly profit on stronger demand for glass for flat screen televisions, and said it expected that market to grow by 15 percent in 2010.
  • Corning glass output hurt by Taiwan plant incident

    Specialty glass maker Corning Inc said on Monday a weekend power disruption at its plant in Taichung, Taiwan, will hurt glass production in the fourth quarter.
  • Holy Smokes! World's worst polluters list is out!

    World's two fastest growing economies, China and India, have earned the dubious distinction of being home to some of the biggest polluting firms across the globe, according to a list published by Carbon Monitoring for Action (CARMA), a product of the Confronting Climate Change Initiative at the Center for Global Development, an independent think-tank located in Washington, DC.