Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has been fined $2.8 billion for anti-competitive behavior as the ruling Communist Party tightens control over fast-growing technology industries
President Biden's niece led The Coca-Cola Company's government relations arm as the company lobbied against a bill that would have banned US companies from importing a large swath of Chinese goods made with forced labor from Uyghur Muslims.
The latest penalties block access to U.S. technology for researchers and manufacturers that build supercomputers used by the Chinese military
Tech investor and PayPal co-found Peter Thiel believes China can use the cryptocurrency Bitcoin as a “financial weapon” against the U.S.
The "Endless Frontier Act," was first proposed in 2020
Fears of national security linger as U.S. government officials suspect Chinese hackers' potential in performing cyberattacks is of great concern and could be detrimental to thousands of small businesses, schools, and organizations susceptible to future attacks.
Outdoor clothing company Patagonia is praising Major League Baseball for pulling its All-Star Game out of Georgia while it continues to make and sell clothes in a country that brutally represses religious minorities.
Atlas Organization founder Jonathan Ward on China creating its own version of a digital currency and how the Biden administration can create competitive policies.
Chinese manufacturing has rebounded to above pre-pandemic levels in most industries but consumer and export demand have been slower to recover
Senate Republicans introduced legislation Tuesday, calling for a ban on all China-made solar panels as President Biden prepares to introduce a $3 trillion infrastructure plan that is expected to incorporate green policies.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence is seeking to educate U.S. businesses engaging with Chinese companies, warning against threats like intellectual property theft, and other illegal means China uses to acquire U.S. research and tech to achieve its goals.
The U.S. isn't ready to lift tariffs on Chinese imports in the near future, but might be open to trade negotiations with Beijing, according to U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Friday indicated the Biden administration was prepared to stand up to China’s efforts to “weaponize” private companies’ dependence on its markets in order to censor free speech.
Chinese state officials called for a boycott of H&M after Western countries implemented santcions against Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
President Biden called Chinese President Xi Jinping a "smart, smart guy" during his Thursday press conference, even as he vowed to hold Beijing accountable for a multitude of human rights abuses and unfair trade practices.
Hayman Capital Management founder and CIO Kyle Bass warned that “we got to stop doing business" with the Chinese Communist Party, which he referred to as the "evil regime.”
Nike on Wednesday denied the company was using any type of textiles or spun yarn from the Xinjiang Autonomous Region (XUAR), where China has been accused of holding Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities in forced labor camps.
The social media fallout comes as relations between the United States and China have deteriorated in recent years
Tesla Inc chief executive Elon Musk said on Saturday his company would be shut down if its cars were used to spy, his first comments on news that China’s military has banned Teslas from its facilities.
Chinese regulators appear to have put career website LinkedIn on notice this week. Here's the latest...