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After being stuck in Canada for nearly three years, largely confined to her multi-million-dollar house in Vancouver, Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou on Friday was set to return home to China https://www.reuters.com/technology/huawei-cfo-meng-appear-court-expected-reach-agreement-with-us-source-2021-09-24. Like many top Chinese executives, Meng has remained an enigmatic figure. The 49-year-old CFO of Huawei Technologies had been widely tipped to one day take the helm of the tech giant her father founded.
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Rivian, the electric vehicle startup that’s gearing up for an initial public offering, continues its trend of growing fast. The company will be opening a service support operations facility for vehicle owners in Plymouth, Michigan -- and just in time, as deliveries of the launch edition of the R1T pickup are expected to commence late this month. The facility will create 100 new jobs and come at an investment of $4.6 million, $750,000 of which comes from a business development grant from the state.
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Google keeps a close eye on its employees through a number of tracking mechanisms when they engage in certain online activities, according to a new report.
The global auto industry could lose $210 billion in revenue this year due to supply issues, double the forecast months ago, according to the consulting firm AlixPartners.
SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) -China's Huawei Technologies will see revenue from its smartphone business drop by at least $30-40 billion in 2021, with new growth streams unlikely to make up the shortfall in the next few years, chairman Eric Xu said. While the firm has been "getting used to U.S. sanctions" imposed on it since 2019, its new 5G related business areas cannot offset the losses from the handset business, Xu, who is rotating chairman this year, said at a press conference in Beijing on Friday. Former U.S. president Donald Trump put Huawei on an export blacklist in 2019 and barred it from accessing critical U.S.-origin technology, impeding its ability to design its own chips and source components from outside vendors.
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Meng Wanzhou, CFO and daughter of Huawei's founder, is likely to be allowed to return to China after admitting she tried to evade Iran sanctions.
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Workers said they have been working under harsh conditions with low pay during the pandemic, and they want to see changes.
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Contracted workers doing the same jobs for less pay and no job security are exposing the tech company’s workplace inequalities ‘I was doing a job where people who were sitting next to me were getting paid three to four times as much as me,’ one contract worker said. Photograph: Noah Berger/AP Ben Gwin works for Google Shopping in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Though he is technically a temporary worker at the tech giant, Gwin and 65 of his colleagues are now represented by the United Steelworkers un
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The Duke of York’s “wall of silence” strategy is over as his lawyers prepare to turn the tables on his accuser and examine her “multiple inconsistencies” in forensic detail.
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A farm in Massachusetts said it spent $500 advertising on Indeed for a job running its short-staffed produce stand - and got zero applicants
The owner of Manheim Farm closed a produce stall because he couldn't find staff, he told The Daily Hampshire Gazette. "We're still looking."
Venezuela has agreed to a key contract to swap its heavy oil for Iranian condensate that it can use to improve the quality of its tar-like crude, with the first cargoes due this week, five people close to the deal said. As the South American country seeks to boost its flagging oil exports in the face of U.S. sanctions, according to the sources, the deal between state-run firms Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) and National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) deepens the cooperation between two of Washington's foes. The oil ministries of Venezuela and Iran, and state-run PDVSA and NIOC did not reply to requests for comment.
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A Michigan restaurant that closed in March reopened on Tuesday, six months after the owner was charged with breaking COVID-19 precautions.
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Analysis: After the Huawei chief’s detention, the saga rapidly turned from a narrow legal dispute into an escalating battle Meng Wanzhou leaves her home in Vancouver to attend her extradition hearing in August. Photograph: Canadian Press/Rex/Shutterstock The deal allowing Meng Wanzhou to return home to China nearly three years after her arrest will come as a relief to all the participants in a saga that rapidly turned from a narrow legal dispute into an escalating geopolitical battle. After the
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