Foxcon falling behind the IP curve

We learned, at Deloitte’s prestigious Disruptions conference, from Foxconn’s CEO, Guo Tai-Ming, that he feels that his company is falling behind in IP. He has hired a tiger team of lawyers to go after infringers, and to increase filing rate of new patents. Will this focus lead to a boost for researc...

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