Huawei Technologies Co.
U.S. holds off on Huawei licenses, Huawei builds own Operating System6
The White House is holding off on a decision about licenses for U.S. companies to restart a business with Huawei Technologies Co. after Beijing said it was halting purchases of U.S. farming goods, according to people familiar with the matter. Huawei is also offering the first glimpse of in-house software that may someday replace Google’s Android. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story.
Huawei sales grow 23% as impact of U.S. sanctions looms
Huawei Technologies Co. saw revenue rise 23% in the first half as the company warns of future difficulties from U.S. sanctions.
China threatens blacklist of 'Unreliable' entities after Huawei ban
China said it will establish a sweeping blacklist of firms it says damage the interests of domestic companies as tensions escalate after the U.S. blacklisted Huawei Technologies Co. Bloomberg's Enda Curran reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Huawei Technologies profit jumps 25%
Huawei Technologies Co. earnings surged 25 percent last year as the Chinese telecommunications giant rose up the ranks of the global smartphone market. Revenue for the year jumped almost 20 percent.
Huawei CFO extradition case begins in Canada
Canada has officially ordered the start of extradition hearings against Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou.
Apple Co-Founder Wozniak really wants a folding iPhone
Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak discusses the folding phones which Apple's competitors Samsung Electronics Co. and Huawei Technologies Co. recently introduced.
U.S. indictments against Huawei send a message to the world
The scores of pages of U.S. indictments handed down Monday against Huawei Technologies Co. sent a clear message to world leaders weighing whether to use Huawei equipment for next-generation wireless networks connecting everything from phones to cars to supertankers: China’s largest technology company is a threat to national security.
U.S. should stop retaliatory tariffs against China, former USTR official Says
Matt Gold, adjunct professor of law at Fordham University and a former deputy assistant U.S. Trade Representative, talks about the trade spat between the U.S. and China, and the U.S. criminal charges against Huawei Technologies Co..