Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen blamed the Trump Administration for Iran’s enhanced nuclear capability, one day after Tehran threatened to exceed the enriched uranium cap set forward by the 2015 nuclear deal, in 10 days.
As Washington prepares to ramp up the pressure on tech giants, an antitrust lawyer who took on Microsoft offers a lesson from the past: You don’t have to break up Big tech, to rein in Big Tech.
The Mountain Pass mine in California controlled the world's rare earth supply for decades. Now, the mine is looking to chip away at its marketshare to reduce American reliance on critical metals in China.
U.S. actions banning Huawei from buying components from American companies won't just hurt the Chinese company, but lead to a "global ripple effect."
Masayoshi Son is hoping to strike gold again this Friday, when Uber is set to go public in what is expected to be the largest IPO since Alibaba.
Chinese investors are increasingly turning away from U.S. tech startups and diverting money towards companies in Southeast Asia and India in the face of bilateral tensions.
A new escalation in the trade dispute between the U.S. and China would be particularly damaging to American efforts to build out its 5G infrastructure, according to the Consumer Tech Association (CTA).
Companies are partnering with universities to offer employees fully-subsidized Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in hopes of attracting ambitious workers who want to build out their careers.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday he was “cautiously hopeful” the U.S. would reach a trade resolution with China soon, saying the two sides had made progress on reaching an agreement, including establishing an enforcement office.
Lawmakers appear united in their desire to crack down on big tech, but they remain divided on the legal tools necessary to do so, especially given the mixed results in Europe so far.
U.S. intelligence experts say those overtures and efforts at transparency do little to safeguard against espionage.
Washington’s campaign to restrict the integration of Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei in 5G networks shifts to Barcelona this week.