Apple: Foxconn Reportedly Building 150K iPhone 5s A Day -- Contract manufacturer Foxconn Electronics is churning out Apple iPhone 5 units at the rate of 150,000 a day, DigiTimes reports, citing "industry sources." Apple so far has not actually announced the existence of the new device.
A sharedserviceslink interview!
Market overview: An interview with Cathy Tornbohm, Research VP at Gartner -- With the recent publication of Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Comprehensive Finance and Accounting (F&A) BPO, Global, and a report on the importance of F&A process enhancement technologies for the future of BPO delivery, sharedserviceslink.com spent half an hour with Cathy Tornbohm, Vice President at analyst firm Gartner, to get her thoughts on today's market.
Toyota takes action.
Toyota aims for quake-proof supply chain -- Toyota Motor Corp is working to create a robust supply chain that would recover within two weeks in the event of another massive earthquake like the one on March 11 that is still affecting output after six months, a top executive said. Toyota and other Japanese automakers were forced to halt a large portion of their production both inside and outside Japan for months after the earthquake and tsunami cut off the supply of hundreds of parts from the country's devastated northeast.
I had to. I just had to.
Drunk Swedish moose found in apple tree near Gothenburg -- A homeowner in southern Sweden got a shock when he found a drunken moose stuck in his neighbour's apple tree. The moose was apparently on the hunt for fermenting apples when she lost her balance and became trapped in the tree. Per Johansson, from Saro near Gothenburg, found the moose making a roaring noise in the garden next door.