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(Reuters) - Google, BMW, Volvo and Samsung SDI are the first global companies to have signed up to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) call for a moratorium on deep-sea mining, the WWF said on Wednesday.
Tesla says sorry to Chinese buyers, back-pedalling on its ‘no compromise’ attitude towards ‘unreasonable’ customer grievances as pressure mounts on social media and state press
“We are deeply sorry for the delay in resolving the owner’s issue,” Tesla said late Tuesday night on its Weibo account. China’s social media and state press weighed in on the latest controversy surrounding the bellwether producer in China’s electric vehicles market.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) is planning to build several more chipmaking factories in the U.S. state of Arizona beyond the one currently planned, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spain is moving aggressively to land new battery and electric vehicle plants, using billions of European Union pandemic relief funds to avoid being left behind as the global auto sector undertakes the biggest technology transformation in a century.
Huawei revealed it will launch the HarmonyOS for smartphones next week, as part of the company's push into software.
Expert say cybercriminals have tailored their approach specifically to target end users in a bid to break into corporate networks.
(Reuters) -Meatpacker JBS USA paid a ransom equivalent to $11 million following a cyberattack that disrupted its North American and Australian operations, the company's CEO said in a statement on Wednesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German engineering group Siemens will at least partly raise its growth and profitability targets as it seeks to mitigate pressure from investors, Handelsblatt newspaper reported on Thursday, citing industry sources.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to advance a plan to ban approvals for equipment in U.S. telecommunications networks from Chinese companies deemed national security threats like Huawei and ZTE.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Thursday proposed a 25% tax credit for investments in semiconductor manufacturing as Congress works to increase U.S. chip production.