HTC's net loss for the three-month period that began July 1 and ended on September 30 is NT$4.48 billion, or roughly $138 million. This is in stark contrast with the minor profit it made a year ago (NT$0.6 billion, or ~$18.5 million). HTC's revenue has also dropped significantly year-over-year — from NT$41.9 billion (~$1.29 billion) to NT$21.4 billion (~$658 million).
There's a silver lining, though - HTC's share price actually went up since the Q3 2015 financial report popped up and stands at $65.80 at the time of writing. This is way above the 10-year anti-record that was achieved on August 24, when HTC's shares sold for $40.35.
As a result, HTC is about to undertake an internal restructuring and, unfortunately for its employees, a round of job cuts. Let's hope that these will help the once-major manufacturer to step back on its feet.
source: HTC via WSJ