China’s Big Tech clampdown: Why some businesses stand to benefit

Shenzhen, China – For Nicole Gao, Taobao Live is a lifeline. The Shenzhen-based businesswoman uses the live-streaming platform owned by Alibaba, China’s dominant e-commerce company, to sell beauty products such as facial masks, skin tightening creams, and moisturisers to online audiences of

Big Tech: Biden urged to protect consumers’ online privacy

As Joe Biden was being sworn in as president of the United States, digital rights groups called on him and legislators to curb the power of technology firms and guard consumers’ online privacy. Advocacy groups want Biden to ban facial recognition technology

Are tech solutions the best solutions during a crisis? | All Hail

Aboutتبديل القائمة About Us Code of Ethics Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Cookie Preferences Community Guidelines Work for us HR Quality Connectتبديل القائمة Contact Us Apps Newsletters Channel Finder TV Schedule Podcasts Submit a Tip Our Channelsتبديل القائمة Al Jazeera

Trillion-dollar question: US-China tech tensions ratchet up

The threat of a $1 trillion United States sanctions hit on the Chinese internet giants that have led emerging market stocks to their first record high since 2007 is overshadowing the rally, just as increased scrutiny from Beijing itself squeezes valuations. US-China

Google employees form union in rare move for a US tech giant

Employees of Google and its parent company Alphabet announced on Monday that they have formed a new union, saying executives have dismissed workplace concerns for too long. Employees of Google and parent company Alphabet Inc announced the creation of a union on

Alibaba crackdown spurs global concerns, $200bn China tech rout

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd led a second day of frenetic selling among China’s largest tech firms, driven by fears that antitrust scrutiny will spread beyond Jack Ma’s internet empire and engulf the country’s most powerful corporations. Alibaba and its three largest rivals

1 2 3 7