Acer Inc., a flagship Taiwanese developer, was sweating just half a decade ago. The firm’s foreign CEO, Gianfranco Lanci, had resigned in 2011 after a bitter dispute with fellow executives. For the next few years Acer offered mostly ordinary PC, shipments of which were declining against competition from mobile devices. But the Taiwanese firm launched 42 years ago hooked up in 2008 with Google to develop Chromebooks, light notebooks that run on speedy, cloud-based systems created by the Silicon Valley partner.
Original Article Appeared 1/30/2018