Acer Falls to 12-Year Low as CEO Quits After Loss: Taipei MoverTim Culpan
Acer Inc., Taiwan’s second-largest computer maker, plunged to a 12-year low in Taipei trading after announcing a record loss, job cuts and the resignation of J.T. Wang as chief executive officer.
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