TSMC's workplace culture has come in for criticism by former workers, but the tech giant says hiring of staff for its new facilities in Arizona is on track
Washington lawmakers have said the US should work with South Korea and Japan and retaliate after China targeted the biggest US memory chip maker
The Japanese conglomerate, whose tech portfolio has slumped in value due to an array of troubled investments, passed the psychological level of 6,000 yen on Friday
"The process of diversifying in different geographies is an excellent strategy by TSMC and so TSMC is now part of Nvidia's diversity and redundancy strategy," chief Jensen Huang said
Refinitiv data shows foreigners sold $1.71 billion worth of mainland shares via Stock Connect in May, after selling $659 million in April
China hawks in Washington blame US investors for transferring capital and valuable know-how to Chinese tech companies that could help advance Beijing's military
The key setback to Modi's chipmaking goal has been the inability of companies, bidding for $10 billion in incentives, to hook a major tech partner that can implement a prompt plan of action
Tech entrepreneurs say they're looking to base companies abroad, disillusioned with Xi Jinping's policies, and happy to play down their Chinese identity amid growing trade rivalry with the US
Taiwan smartphone chip maker MediaTek said it will be using Arm's new technology for its next-generation smartphones
Former PM Stephen Harper has rated China's paramount leader as a greater long-term threat to democracies around the world than Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said the US "firmly opposes" the ban and that it is working closely with allies to address such "coercion"
South Korea is in the crosshairs of a tit-for-tat row between China and the United States over semiconductors