For China’s technology companies, two months of a lame-duck Trump administration could turn out to be as damaging as the first 46.
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China is redoubling efforts to wean itself off foreign companies, with the result likely to be a cohort of domestic giants and a slow freeze-out of overseas competitors.
U.S. export restrictions mean American companies will have to apply for a license to sell some products to the Shanghai-based chipmaker.
Pulling the trigger on such a threat could end up proving that the importance of the world’s most populous country as a global buyer may be smaller than many imagine.
SoftBank is putting together a coalition to bid for the company’s business in India, Bloomberg News reported late Thursday.
There's little downside for the founder of the collapsed office rental company in taking on his former benefactor.
Softbank's chief could do worse than to take this advice.
Erick Guo left Asia's largest Internet company last year to build a team of artists and engineers who could create smartphone applications inspired by Japanese manga. The 25-year-old and his team ended up with China's hottest app last month and are working on their next ...
Five Chinese men indicted for stealing thousands of emails and documents from U.S. companies had classic hacker nicknames. Yet one thing made them different: their clock-punching day jobs. Known by handles including UglyGorilla, WinXYHappy and KandyGoo, they worked from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with ...
Taiwan billionaire Terry Gou built a manufacturing empire that assembles iPhones and iPads. His Foxconn Technology Group may be key to ensuring Sharp Corp.'s survival and a stable supply of components for Apple Inc. Sharp's shares collapsed to their lowest in 37 years in Tokyo ...