US officials are considering prohibiting Americans from investing in Alibaba and Tencent, with an investment ban.
The Senate just wrapped up a USD 2.3 tln worth Christmas gift for Americans – a giant spending bill including COVID-19 relief aid, government funding, and corporate tax breaks.
Chinese government is coming after the country’s tech giants to curb their powers – this time, slamming fines on Alibaba and a Tencent subsidiary for antitrust violations.
Within 48 hours, the share price of Nikola dropped nearly 40%, after announcing that its promising deal with General Motors is not likely to close.
Once the world’s most valuable company, the largest US oil producer ExxonMobil finally admitted its struggling situation.
The relationship between US and EU is strained in the Trump era. But now the EU is extending an olive branch to US to counter the common competitor: China.
Exiting the American market seems to be trendy for international banks. In the latest move, HSBC might exit retail banking business in North America, according to Financial Times.
Do you think there is a chance to replace emails with another system?
You should mind the gap, not the one while taking the train but the GAP. The fashion retailer’s share price just dropped 20% in one day after reporting a flat quarterly sales.
How often do you use Microsoft products? The answer is probably daily for all of you. Now, AvePoint, the Company who migrate, manage and protect data on Microsoft Cloud, is coming to public.
Yellen, the former Federal Reserve Chairwoman, is expected to be Biden’s nominee to become the next Treasury secretary.
As you may have known, Trump finally agreed to cooperate in the transition, after the General Services Administration acknowledged Joe Biden as the apparent winner. Now the transition moves quickly as Trump agreed to share resources, ending a 16-day stalemate.
Trump is probably making one of his final moves before the end of his presidency. His administration is close to banning tech exports to 89 Chinese firms.