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This morning a company I have to admit I never heard of - Vuzix - inked an agreement with Verizon to leverage the latter's 5G network to bring augment reality to sports and gaming. Verizon made a big deal about a number of added features its 5G netw...
After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.
China's ride-hailing market leader is bowing to Chinese government pressure and will exit the New York Stock Exchange.
Beijing regulators push top management of the ride-hailing app to make the move after a disastrous IPO, according to media reports.
It's an oft repeated phrase, but perhaps repeated so often because it holds some wisdom: 'Be greedy when others are fearful.'
The tech giant doesn't want to risk its big cloud computing and software business in China over censorship traps that its social media jobs site faces.
The food-delivery operator Meituan has been penalized less than expected for abusing its market dominance, sending Chinese tech shares sharply higher.
Alibaba shares and the Hong Kong tech index are both coming off all-time lows in Hong Kong. Whether that continues has little to nothing to do with business.
Big Tech in China will not be allowed to use algorithms to sway customer behavior and must end practices that stop traffic heading to competitor sites and apps.
We really don't know which kinds of companies China is going to target, but I see one pattern, and you should know it before you put down your cash.
After being burned by Beijing, many U.S. investors are rightfully left wondering about their China-linked holdings.
Feel like a chump? You probably do after seeing what the CCP is doing to its education and tech names and after listening to calls with Carol Tome and Tesla's chief.
Traders and investors are trying to adjust and stay ahead of the curve.
Peak says sell now or forever hold your peace because you can only go down from here.
Shares of the Chinese search engine giant already are underperforming and could feel added pressure based on the stock's technical signals.
A new base pattern has formed in Jim Cramer's second favorite Chinese stock.
Thirteen Chinese tech firms have been told to change their ways by stopping anticompetitive practices and getting licenses for consumer credit.
How can a company's stock be hostage to its own shareholders to do the job that the company can't?
The technical pattern of the Chinese search engine giant indicates shorting its stock is the way to go.
It does help that Amazon through AWS and Baidu have expanded on corporate relationships with BB.
Let's review this Archegos drama and some lessons from this fickle market.
Everyone knows the basics. Last week, the trading operation run by Bill Hwang known as Archegos Capital Management blew up.
One group seeing some momentum today is bitcoin.
Has the dire need for human involvement in the process of price discovery ever been more obvious?
Nomura, Credit Suisse warn profits will take a hit after a client - reportedly Archegos Capital Management - missed margin payments.