Taiwan media: Huang Ming, former chairman of Taiwan Hewlett Packard Company, falls to the ground and dies

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 Taiwan media: Huang Ming, former chairman of Taiwan Hewlett Packard Company, falls to the ground and dies


Taiwans China time electronic news reported on October 30 that a man died in a fall from a building in Taian District of Taipei on the afternoon of October 30. The dead man was confirmed to be Huang Ming, former chairman of Taiwan Hewlett Packard Company. Huang Ming, a leading entrepreneur in Taiwan, has served as the chairman of HP technology, the chairman of capital strategy committee and the chairman of Yuezhi global consultants. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, the report said. Huang Ming, an engineer at HP, gradually turned into a management career, the report said. During the 23 years of HP service, he has experienced the most vigorous development of Taiwans electronic technology industry, and also participated in the establishment of Taiwans Open Systems Association (COSA), Taipei E-Commerce Association (Sosa) and other organizations. (originally entitled Taiwan media: former chairman of Taiwan Hewlett Packard Company Huang Ming falls to his death) source: surging news editor: Chen Hequn, nb12679

Taiwans China time electronic news reported on October 30 that a man died in a fall from a building in Taian District of Taipei on the afternoon of October 30. The dead man was confirmed to be Huang Ming, former chairman of Taiwan Hewlett Packard Company.

Huang Ming, a leading entrepreneur in Taiwan, has served as the chairman of HP technology, the chairman of capital strategy committee and the chairman of Yuezhi global consultants. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, the report said.

Huang Ming, an engineer at HP, gradually turned into a management career, the report said. During the 23 years of HP service, he has experienced the most vigorous development of Taiwans electronic technology industry, and also participated in the establishment of Taiwans Open Systems Association (COSA), Taipei E-Commerce Association (Sosa) and other organizations.