Huawei, the No. 3 smartphone brand, has repeatedly been stymied trying to enter the American market. The US has cited national security concerns.
After struggling with debt and online shopping trends that undermined its sales, the former toy store giant is planning to either shut down or sell all of its US operations over the next few months.
A girl looks through a window of a train parked at a railway station in New Delhi on April 20.
Around the world, regulators are setting rules for the cryptocurrency market, as concerns about virtual currency sales' transparency and the potential for scams grows. One crypto-investment expert calls virtual currency 'a volatile transformation of the world.'
Workers in the service industry are tapping into the #MeToo movement to raise chronic low wages and end having to tolerate abusive behavior from customers in order to earn tips.
The terminology has quietly been gaining political recognition over the past two years as a number of US states and cities have passed laws allowing workers to use sick days to care for anyone who's like family to them.
A global glut of steel and aluminum puts pressure on a domestic industry that the president says is vital for national security. He says tariffs will push back against unfair trade practices, but critics worry about 'trade war' risk.
The installation of infrastructure for ultrafast 5G networks are impeding the public's right of way, critics say. Local authorities, under new laws passed in 16 states, have no control over where antennas are placed and how much cities can charge companies for using public property.
Lawyers are increasingly providing legal counsel digitally as clients become less interested in funding lavish workspaces. The idea also appeals to workers seeking a reprieve from the hourly demands of a traditional law practice.