An accusation that Twitter was suppressing conservative political views drew the attention of President Trump. Here’s what’s really going on.
Richard Clemmer, NXP’s chief executive, blamed Chinese authorities for withholding approval of a $44 billion deal with Qualcomm amid a trade war between Washington and Beijing.
India’s Aditya Birla Group agreed to buy Aleris, an American aluminum maker, for $2.6 billion after the Trump administration rejected a bid by a Chinese firm.
The European Union imposed a $5.1 billion penalty on Google last week. It is hard to find an antitrust expert who endorses the case’s logic or outcome.
A huge I.R.S. impersonation operation has highlighted the threat of phone and internet fraud. Experts have advice on how to protect yourself.
Tariffs and other barriers will be the subject of forthcoming talks between the U.S. and the European Union. But the gun is still loaded, if pointed at the ground.
Companies are trying out ways to digitize the traditional metal version, eliminating the need for stickers to mark it as up to date. The screen could also be used for advertising or alerts.
The social networking giant’s growth seemed impervious to negative news. That changed with its latest earnings report.
As frictions intensified this year, Beijing’s prolonged antitrust review of the NXP purchase came to be seen as a form of leverage over negotiations.
Ken Kurson, a friend of Jared Kushner’s and a past adviser to Donald J. Trump, withdrew from consideration for a prestigious position amid harassment allegations.