Huawei moves to overturn 'unlawful' US subsidy ban
Huawei's petition said the ban -- imposed last month against the company and its Chinese rival ZTE on national security grounds -- failed to substantiate claims that Huawei was a threat and was a violation of due process, and thus "unlawful". "Huawei is a Chinese company. That is (Washington's) only excuse," Huawei's chief legal officer Song Liuping said.
Huawei faces ire in China over staff treatment
The treatment of Li Hongyuan, who had worked for the company for 13 years, has become one of t...
Huawei moving US research center to Canada
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White House considered kicking Huawei out of US banking system: Sources
The plan, which was ultimately shelved, called for placing Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's second largest smartphone producer, on the Treasury Department's Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list. One of the people familiar with the matter, who favors the move, said it could be revived in the coming months depending on how things go with Huawei.
Samsung may challenge Apple's legacy in 2020, aims at launching Galaxy S11 with 108-megapixel camera
The marquee device will also adopt a time-of-flight sensor for depth detection.
Huawei plans legal challenge to latest US pressure: Report
The Federal Communications Commission last week branded Huawei and its Chinese rival ZTE as threats to US national security and blocked them from the fund. It also proposed that other service providers be required to cancel or replace existing services and equipment from the companies. Huawei plans to file a lawsuit in the United States next week.
Gold retreats as trade optimism resurfaces, palladium soars
Spot gold slipped 0.3% to $1,472.26 per ounce as of 10:54 a.m. EST (1554 GMT). Prices had hit $1,484 earlier in the session, their highest level since Nov. 7.
Gold hits near 1-month high as trade drag prompts safety buying
US gold futures were up 0.2 per cent to $1,487.90.
Nokia names veteran Sari Baldauf as group boss to take on 5G challenge
Baldauf headed Nokia's networks unit - now the company's main business - between 1998 and 2005. She has sat on Nokia's board of directors since last year and has also sat on the boards of companies including Daimler, Deutsche Telekom and Akzo Nobel and Finnish utility Fortum.
US extends license for businesses to work with Huawei by 90 days
The extension, renewing one issued in August will allow carriers to continue to service customers in some of the most remote areas of the US.
The big question on Hong Kong: How will China hit back at Trump?
China had issued threats earlier this year after the US approved arms sales to Taiwan.
Huawei giving employees bonus for coping with US sanctions
A company announcement circulated Tuesday on social media said 90,000 employees will share 2 billion yuan (USD 285 million), or about 22,000 yuan (USD 3,100) each. Huawei's 180,000-member workforce also will receive an extra month's salary.
Chinese spies spook democracies from US to Europe to Australia
In Australia, it was reported Sunday that China offered a Melbourne-based car dealer a bribe to run as a parliamentary candidate before he was found dead in March. The previous day, media reports said that a man who spied for China in Hong Kong and Taiwan offered intelligence information to Australia and wanted political asylum.
Telcos to defer 5G rollout for 5 years as prices too high
Exorbitant prices, insufficient spectrum and newer bands’ unavailability are about to mar India's 5G plans.
US-China trade war: China to raise penalties on intellectual property theft
The US wants China to commit to cracking down on IP theft and stop forcing US companies to hand over their commercial secrets as a condition of doing business there.
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