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Huawei's CFO appears in court, Canada considers U.S. extradition

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's chief financial officer, the central figure in a high-stakes dispute between the world's two largest economies, made her first appearance in a Canadian court in more than a month on Tuesday as Ottawa weighs extraditing the Chinese executive to the United States.

Written by Reuters30 Jan. 19 09:16

Huawei business units to be arraigned on U.S. criminal charges

Two units of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd are to be arraigned on Feb. 28 in Seattle on a 10-count indictment on charges they conspired to steal T-Mobile US Inc trade secrets, according to court filings Tuesday.

Written by Reuters30 Jan. 19 09:09

Judge rejects Yahoo data breach settlement

A judge has rejected Yahoo's proposed settlement with millions of people whose personal information were stolen in the largest data breach in history.

Written by Reuters30 Jan. 19 08:00

U.S. universities dump Huawei equipment

Top U.S. universities are ditching telecom equipment made by Huawei Technologies and other Chinese companies to avoid losing federal funding under a new national security law backed by the Trump administration.

Written by Reuters25 Jan. 19 10:14

Google wants Oracle copyright case to end

​Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a ruling that resurrected a billion-dollar copyright case brought by Oracle Corp that dates to 2010.

Written by Reuters25 Jan. 19 09:30

New Zealand won't discriminate against Huawei: Jacinda Ardern

New Zealand's prime minister has assured Chinese telecoms equipment group Huawei Technologies Co Ltd of even-handed treatment after the small U.S. ally blocked the sale of some Huawei equipment citing national security concerns.

Written by Reuters24 Jan. 19 09:27

Click to pray: Pope launches an app

Pope Francis swiped a tablet on Sunday to launch a new app allowing the faithful to pray with him, and expressed his pain over the car bomb blast in Colombia and the latest Mediterranean migrant tragedy.

Written by Reuters21 Jan. 19 08:44

Facebook removes hundreds of Russian accounts

Facebook said on Thursday it had removed hundreds of Russia-initiated accounts, which it judged to be involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior on its platforms, including some linked to state-owned news agency Sputnik.

Written by Reuters18 Jan. 19 09:34

US investigating China's Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets

​Federal prosecutors are investigating Huawei Technologies, the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker, for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S. businesses and could soon issue an indictment, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

Written by Reuters17 Jan. 19 10:24

HSBC used blockchain to settle $250B worth of trades

​HSBC has settled $250 billion worth of forex trades using blockchain in the last year, it said on Monday, suggesting the heavily hyped technology is gaining traction in a sector until now hesitant to embrace it.

Written by Reuters15 Jan. 19 09:30

Alphabet accused of covering up sexual misconduct

Two shareholder lawsuits filed this week accused the board of Google parent Alphabet Inc of playing a direct role in covering up sexual misconduct claims against two former executives over the last five years.

Written by Reuters14 Jan. 19 09:22