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Tim Cook is losing his Apple bet on China

"Tim Cook and Apple Bet Everything on China. Then Coronavirus Hit." Wall Street Journal reports today that Quarantines, tariffs and slumping sales have caused agitation...

Apple shuts down all stores and offices in China amid coronavirus...

Apple has temporarily shut down all its stores in mainland China through Feb. 9, the company said on Saturday.

Huawei doesn’t need nationalism to beat Apple in China

Huawei’s reputation in the US took a serious battering in 2018, a year bookended by major carriers shelving high-profile phone launches and the arrest of the...

While Trashing Trump, Apple Is Selling Its Soul To Do Business...

Tech giant Apple Inc. is increasingly caving to the demands of communist China in order to stay in a market where it is losing...

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China’s VIPKID, which links English tutors with online learners raises $500M

That valuation was originally mentioned in reports in April when VIPKID  was still raising the money, and we have now confirmed it with sources close to the company.

Fentanyl crisis: Is China a major source of illegal drugs?

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The New China Scare: Why America Shouldn’t Panic About Its Latest Challenger

China presents a new and large challenge. But if Washington can keep its cool and patiently continue to pursue a policy of engagement plus deterrence, forcing China to adjust while itself adjusting to make space for it, some scholar decades from now might write about the United States’ not-so-secret plan to expand the zone of peace, prosperity, openness, and decent governance across the globe—a marathon strategy that worked.

China-USA relations may have reached a turning point — and not for the better

Things may have turned for the worse between the United States and China. Even before an increasingly dangerous North Korea exposed divisions between the world's...

Ivanka Trump’s brands win 16 Chinese trademarks despite being shut down

The Chinese government granted a total of 18 trademarks to companies linked to U.S. President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump over the last two months, Chinese public records show, raising concerns about conflicts of interest in the White House as Americans vote in national elections.

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China lawyer’s family says US helped them flee

Stuck in a Bangkok jail with a deportation order against her, Chen Guiqiu waited with dread over what seemed certain to come next. A...

US Universities And Retirees Are Funding The Technology Behind China’s Surveillance State

Millions of dollars from US university endowments, foundations, and retirement plans have helped fund two billion-dollar Chinese facial recognition startups: SenseTime and Megvii. The Chinese government is using their technologies to surveil and profile its own citizens.