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Silicon Valley Staff encouraged to Work From Home on Virus

Apple Inc. is encouraging employees in Silicon Valley to work from home as an “additional precaution” against the outbreak of coronavirus, joining other major technology companies, including Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp.

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...

Apple’s next big moneymaker is its biggest headache in China

For Apple, this summer is closing with good news and bad news. On the one hand, its financials suggest that as iPhone sales plateau globally,...

The Complicated Way Forward For Tech Giants in China

The evidence is overwhelming: It's beyond tough for U.S. technology companies to do business in China. Tough, but not uniformly tough, as a nuanced...

Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply With Cybersecurity Law

Apple said Wednesday that it would open its first data center in China, joining a parade of technology companies responding to growing global demands to build facilities that store online data closer to customers.

In spat with Apple, Qualcomm looks to China for new growth

Qualcomm President Derek Aberle is hoping that the entry-level smartphone market in China will help drive growth. Qualcomm may be seeking new areas to sell...

Apple may face backlash in China over demanding App Store cut...

Chinese app makers are reportedly upset with Apple after it issued a new policy that recognizes tips as in-app purchases.

China’s Alipay takes on Apple in US expansion

Customers will be able to use Alipay at about 4 million businesses after a deal was signed with credit card processing service First Data.

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Americans are defending what is right as more evidence shows the election is being...

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Transcript: Larry Kudlow on “Face the Nation,” August 25, 2019

he president was asked this morning if he regretted escalating the trade war with China. Then the White House released a statement saying, "he meant to say he only regretted not raising tariffs further."

U.S. politicians warn Silicon Valley about doing business with China

A bipartisan group of senators have held classified briefings with intelligence officials and American businesses to warn them about the dangers China presents.

U.S. toughens stance on foreign deals in blow to China’s buying spree

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