MSI CEO passes away after falling from the seventh floor of a building

The CEO and president of Taiwanese components manufacturer MSI Charles Chiang has passed away aged 56 after falling from a building. According to Taiwanese news outlet Liberty Times, Chiang fell from the seventh floor of a building in Taipei’s Zhonghe District, after which he was rushed to hospital, where he was pronounced dead. No other details about the circumstances have been made available. “Earlier today, MSI GM and CEO Charles Chiang passed away.Having been a part of the company for more than 20 years, he made outstanding contributions and was admired by his colleagues. Chiang was a respected leader in the MSI family, and helped pave the way for the brand’s success. We are all deeply saddened by the news, and are mourning the loss of  Chiang. He will be deeply missed by the entire team,” an MSI spokesperson told Tom’s Hardware. Prior to taking the reins as CEO, Chiang had served as VP of desktop platform solutions, VP of R&D and AVP of R&D. His passing leaves a hole in one of industry’s most visible hardware companies. Founded in 1986, MSI (Micro-Star International) is a manufactures gaming laptops, gaming desktops, peripherals and components, including motherboards and graphics cards. Prior to taking the reins as CEO, Chiang had served as VP of desktop platform solutions, VP of R&D and AVP of R&D. His passing leaves a hole in one of industry’s most visible hardware companies. Founded in 1986, MSI (Micro-Star International) is a manufactures gaming laptops, gaming desktops, peripherals and components, including motherboards and graphics cards.
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