Terry Gou — Taiwanese Businessman born on October 08, 1950,

Gou Tai-ming, also known as Terry Gou, (traditional Chinese: 郭台銘; simplified Chinese: 郭台铭; pinyin: Guō Táimíng) (born October 8, 1950 in Banqiao Township, Taipei County) is a Taiwanese tycoon who is the founder and chairman of Foxconn, a company that manufactures electronics on contract for other companies such as Apple Inc. It is the largest such electronics manufacturing services company in the world, with factories in several countries, mostly in mainland China, where it employs 1.2 million people and is its largest exporter... (wikipedia)

I always tell employees: 'The group's benefit is more important than your personal benefit.'
Businesses should be focused on business, and social responsibility should be government responsibility.
I have often asked myself if I would have worked as hard if I was as ill as Steve Jobs. My answer is that my wife most likely would not have let me work, and I would have stayed home. But I am not Steve Jobs.
I respect the Japanese and especially like their execution and communication styles. Unlike the Koreans, they will not hit you from behind.
Quality is easy to talk but hard to make.

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