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        Huawei chairman says US blacklist has ‘limited’ impact on company

        The U.S. decision to allow American firms to continue doing business with Huawei would have little impact on the Chinese tech company, according to a senior executive at Huawei.Huawei is able to ship its products to customers without relying on U.S. parts, Chairman Liang Hua told CNBC's Geoff Cutmore at the East Tech West conference…

        Temps, former tier 2 biggest challenge for FCA in labor talks

        Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's large contingent of temporary and lower-paid production workers, a legacy of its bankruptcy a decade ago, might be the biggest challenge as the United Auto Workers pivots Monday to focus on labor talks with the Italian American automaker.The ratified contracts at Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. provide current employees, both full-time and temporary,…

        McDonald’s employee charged in tampering of police officer’s food

        By Michael Hollan, Fox News November 17, 2019 | 10:33pm Management at a McDonald’s reportedly caught an employee tampering with food being prepared for a police officer. The employee was taken into custody after the local sheriff’s office was made aware of the incident. The suspect had previously accused the local police department of excessive…

        Morgan Stanley Sees U.S. Underperforming in 2020 Across Markets

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        Asia stocks mostly higher as investors watch for US-China trade updates

        Stocks in Asia were mostly higher on Monday as investors looked for further developments on U.S.-China trade.Mainland Chinese stocks closed higher, with the Shanghai composite up 0.62% to about 2,909.20 and the Shenzhen composite gaining 0.715% to approximately 1,617.19. The Shenzhen component also advanced 0.7% to 9,715.27.The moves came as the People's Bank of China…

        Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivals

        View photosSamsung Electronic's Galaxy A90 is seen on display at a Samsung store in SeoulBy Heekyong Yang and Hyunjoo JinSEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung's plan to outsource a fifth of its smartphone production to China next year may help it compete with low-cost rivals such as Huawei and Xiaomi but it's a strategy fraught with risks,…

        China Roundup: Alibaba’s Hong Kong listing and Tencent’s new fuel

        Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. The earnings season is here. This week, long-time archrivals in the Chinese internet battlefield — Alibaba and Tencent — made some big revelations about their…

        Why Now, and Why Hong Kong, for Alibaba’s Share Sale?

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