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Chinese companies are urging employees to boycott Apple and buy Huawei


The detention of a top Huawei executive is prompting some Chinese companies and business groups to call for workers to boycott products from US companies like Apple, prompting fears of a wider...

Dow slides 500 points on Brexit drama, bank selloff


Brexit chaos and sinking bank stocks are combining to deal the stock market another blow.

China bans most iPhone sales after granting Qualcomm an injunction against Apple


A Chinese court has banned the sale and import of most iPhone models in a stunning decision that is sure to escalate the nasty trade war between the United States and China.

Chinese investors lead a $5 billion bid for the owner of Louisville Slugger


Chinese investors are leading an attempt to buy Amer Sports, the owner of brands including Louisville Slugger and Wilson, for more than $5 billion.

Dow slides 700 points after Huawei executive's arrest renews trade fears


Market sentiment is so fragile that news of an arrest is enough to set off a selling wave.

Trump wants iPhones made in the US. That could be bad news for Americans


President Donald Trump is considering new tariffs on China that could make iPhones way more expensive for Americans.

What the US-China truce means for business


The truce between the United States and China means that Corporate America has dodged a massive bullet -- for now at least.

2018 may be as good as it gets for the stock market


Stocks were up Monday on the news of a US-China trade truce. But it may be tough for this aging bull market to keep powering ahead for much longer -- even if China and the US reach an actual...

These giant US companies could suffer if China trade talks go south


President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping will have dinner Saturday night at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires -- and many big US companies are hoping that a new trade deal is on the menu along with...

Europe's economy is getting hit from all sides


Europe's economy turned in its best performance in decades in 2017. There won't be a repeat anytime soon.

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