Local media reports said that after leaving HTC, Chang plans to set up a company eyeing the opportunities from the artificial intelliegence (AI) market.
Chialin Chang joined the company as CFO back in April 2012.
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But the escalation in domestic rights, which had increases of 70 percent in 2012 and 2015, appears to be at an end. Sky specified that its four packs won are for 128 games per season, up from the 126 it now shows.
On the other hand, Chang's position with HTC was no longer as relevant as it used to be.
The company did not mention who will take over this role, but it's obvious that Chairwoman and CEO Cher Wang will have to work more to find a replacement.
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Adam Rippon (left) and Eric Radford . "So proud to be wearing these medals and showing the world what we can do!" he wrote. Radford joined Australian diver Matthew Mitcham as the only openly gay Olympic champions to win gold at an Olympics.
His position seemed useless as HTC sold nearly all of its smartphone design and engineering team to Google. HTC's smartphone division has been losing money for ten consecutive quarters, with one of its most recent losses being $103 million in Q3 of previous year. Before then though, HTC does have a major smartphone launch planned for this year, with the HTC U12.
In December 2013, Chang was appointed president of HTC's global sales before being made president of the Smartphone and Connected Devices Business in early 2017.
Although the company is facing troubles for quite a while, yet it seems like the company will be launching its promised flagship of 2018, apparently HTC U12, in coming months. Maybe all of these changes can help HTC switch into a leaner, more innovative company.
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Having joined the club's academy at the age of eight, Mason spent 17 years as a Tottenham player before signing for Hull in 2016. Mason described the injury as "life-threatening" and said the decision, from a medical point of view, was a "no-brainer".