Hon Hai, better known in the west as the iPhone maker Foxconn, seems to be doing just fine after allegedly losing some orders from Apple to competitor Pegatron in September 2012. According to Bloomberg, the company's second quarter revenues hit $30 billion, up 0.6 percent from the same quarter a year ago. That's far better than the 19 percent drop it experienced during the first quarter. While there's no guidance as to Q3 figures, we've got to think that an iPhone 5S can help fill those coffers.
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