Covid lockdowns in China and soft demand hit the computer giant, which reported flat revenue for the June quarter – its worst result in nine quarters.
The e-commerce giant has been trimming staff to boost efficiency but it plans to hire nearly 6,000 university graduates this year, its CEO said.
Air Force General John E Hyten told the Washington Post in February that hypersonic missiles are “the threat of the future”
AMTD's shares have surged 9,413% since they were listed on the New York Stock Exchange on July 15.
Some analysts have said the US tech giant could face a drop in demand given China's weak economy and the slump in smartphone sales in the second quarter.
Seven executives of Ant have left the Alibaba Partnership, the body that elects the e-commerce giant's board, following a demand by regulators that the two tech giants be 'decoupled'
US senators backed a procedural move that sets up potential votes to pass a semiconductor bill by next week that aims to provide billions of dollars in subsidies and tax credits for the chip industry
A trove of data files reveals how cab-hailing service "flouted laws, duped police, exploited violence against drivers and secretly lobbied governments" between 2013 and 2017, the Guardian story alleges.
Apple supplier to focus on expansion in Vietnam, India, Indonesia and North America, after operations at its factories in China were rocked by Covid lockdowns and labour shortages
China's global share of the advanced technology market leapt from less than 4% in 1995 to 21.5% in 2018, a new report says
Officials in Shenzhen in China's southern Guangdong province are giving out millions in cash via the digital yuan to stimulate its pandemic-hit economy and use of the digital currency
The Bitcoin mining ban in China last year had collapsed its crypto markets. Despite that, the country has reemerged as a major bitcoin mining hub, according to research by the UK's University of Cambridge.