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While the United States banned Huawei for alleged espionage, Moscow has rolled out the red carpet for the Chinese tech company, letting it develop 5G networks in Russia.
US President Donald Trump’s fury over leaked cables written by the British ambassador demonstrates the growing predicament faced by diplomats whose profession – once nearly synonymous with a stiff-upper-lip decorum – has become explosive in the era of Internet leaks.
Chinese actress and pop star Li Yuchun glides down the hallway of Cannes’ Hotel Martinez in a tuxedo-inspired Jean Paul Gaultier gown and blue-grey pixie haircut, with a pack of L’Oreal videographers trotting backward to stay out of the frame.
Two years ago, even as its stock plummeted and takeover rumours swirled, Twitter Inc was hatching a plan to become a force in live video. The company’s goal was to help users discover “what's happening now”.
When Joe DeCosmo took over the analytics team at Chicago-based online lender Enova International four years ago, he was in charge of less than two dozen people. Now he looks through the glass wall of his office at more than 60 employees.
Massachusetts state legislator Jamie Eldridge represents a district only 30 miles from Amazon's proposed US$5bil (RM19.56bil) company campus and its promise of 50,000 high-paying jobs. But he has a surprising message for the tech giant: Thanks but no thanks.
The XBox One X, Microsoft's successor to the original Xbox One released in 2013, has stepped out onto the red carpet.
They have revolutionised the way we live, but are US tech giants the new robber barons of the 21st century, banking billions in profit while short-changing the public by paying only a pittance in tax?