U.S. firms can work with Huawei on setting standards for next-generation technologies, the Department of Commerce said Monday.
Despite US efforts to destroy its business and impacts from coronavirus, Huawei has reported a huge increase in sales during the first six months of this year, the telecom giant said.
Uber has agreed to acquire Postmates in a $2.65 billion all-stock takeover expected to be announced as soon as Monday morning in the U.S., according to people familiar with the matter.
Chinese entertainment titan Tencent said it has purchased Southeast Asian streaming service Iflix to extend the reach of its own streaming platform WeTV into the region.
- Facebook parent Meta partners with AMD for mobile infrastructure program 1
- Morgan Stanley agrees $13 billion deal to buy online trading platform ETrade 2
- Facebook-owner Meta gives preview of its first store, enterprise tools 3
- U.S. to grant $6.4 bln funding for projects to reduce carbon emissions 4
- BMW CEO warns against electric-only strategy 5
- Global M&A volumes hit record high in 2021, exceeding $5 trillion 6
Softbank announced in May that Alibaba’s Jack Ma would step down from its board
Johnson & Johnson faces more than 19,000 lawsuits claiming that its talc products caused cancer because of contamination from asbestos.
Jio Platforms, the digital services arm of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries, has now raised a total of $13.7 billion across 10 deals in a little less than two months.
SUPER-APP player Grab will be laying off about 360 employees - representing just under 5 percent of its workforce - due to financial pressures arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the oil major to take the largest write-down in the industry in years.
The U.K. posted the biggest monthly fall in GDP (gross domestic product) in the country’s history in April, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The five most valuable tech companies lost more than $269 billion in value on Thursday, the worst day for U.S. stocks since March.
SoftBank Group's $100 billion Vision Fund is shedding 15% of its staff following the investment vehicle's aggressive bets on startups that wiped $16.7 billion off its value, Nikkei has learned.
Fujifilm Holdings will spend $928 million to double capacity at a drug manufacturing facility in Denmark, which it has pledged to use in producing COVID-19 treatments.
Grab said it has expanded its daily essentials and grocery delivery service into eight countries in Southeast Asia amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chinese government told state-run agricultural companies to pause purchases of some American farm goods including soybeans as Beijing evaluates the ongoing escalation of tensions with the U.S. over Hong Kong.
Apple Inc. is set to reopen its biggest stores in Japan from midday on Wednesday, bringing its physical retail network back online in one of its biggest markets.