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Tim Cook Says Apple Has a ‘Responsibility’ to Do Business Everywhere, Even in China Despite Its Human Rights Issues

Apple suppliers in the nation have also reportedly been linked to forced labor programs.

China’s 1st Woman to Spacewalk Works 6 Hours Outside Station

China’s military-run space program plans to send multiple crews to the station over the next two years to make it fully functional.

Shares of China’s Xiaomi Jump 5% on News of Producing Its Own Electric Cars in 2024

Chinese smartphone Xiaomi is expecting to mass-produce its own electric vehicles in the first half of 2024, its CEO Lei Jun said

Hard Lesson for U.S. Investors: Chinese Companies Don’t Make the Rules in China

Beijing’s regulatory crackdown on Chinese tech companies has revealed to American investors fundamental differences in the relationship each country’s government has with its corporations.

China Cracks Down on Celebrity Online Culture

Sina Weibo - China's Twitter equivalent - is to remove an online celebrity list following criticism by state media of celebrity culture on social media.

Chinese Antitrust Regulator Blocks Tencent’s $5.3B Video Games Merger

China's market regulator said it would block Tencent's plan to merge the top two video game streaming sites, Huya and DouYu, on antitrust grounds.

New Fabric Passively Cools Whatever It’s Covering—Including You

Renewable power is one option for breaking that cycle, but people have also been studying materials that enable what's called passive cooling.

China Is Cracking Down on Data Privacy

Beijing is seizing data privacy as the next step in a sweeping campaign that threatens to cut companies off from global investment.

After Crackdown on Didi, China Opens Cybersecurity Probes Into 3 More Tech Firms

Chinese regulators have opened a cybersecurity review into U.S.-listed Boss Zhipin and subsidiaries of Full Truck Alliance.

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