Huawei Executive's Extradition Hearing in Canada Begins
Lawyers for Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou argued in a Canadian court against her extradition to the U.S., saying the sanctions against Iran that she is accused of violating aren't enforced in Canada.
Tencent Chairman Trims Stake, Raises Nearly $257.4 Million
Tencent Holdings Ltd. Chairman Pony Ma raised nearly $257.4 million by selling down his stake in the Chinese tech heavyweight four days in a row last week, according to filings to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
BHP's Iron Ore Output Lifts On Year, Guidance Unchanged
BHP Group Ltd. reported stronger quarterly production of iron ore as it continued to capitalize on high prices for a commodity that is its main profit driver.
Uber Sells Indian Food-Delivery Unit to Rival Zomato
Uber agreed to sell its Indian food-delivery unit to a local rival, shedding a struggling business in a move that could steer the ride-hailing company toward profitability.
BAE Systems to Buy Military GPS Business From United Technologies for $1.93 Billion
BAE Systems is doubling down on the U.S. defense market, agreeing to buy a business that tracks everything from jet fighters to tanks.
Embraer Ties New Turboprop Aircraft to Boeing Deal
Embraer will have to scrap plans to build the first all-new turboprop aircraft in 30 years if its proposed joint venture with Boeing fails to secure regulatory approval.
Sears Woes Hit Hometown Stores
Since Eddie Lampert acquired the chain, store owners have struggled to get products and compete with lower prices from sears.com, causing some to consider leaving their contracts.
Hospitals Give Tech Giants Access to Detailed Medical Records
It isn't only Google that can tap into patients' digital health records: Microsoft and IBM also have signed agreements with major hospital systems giving them the ability to access patients' identifiable data.
Google Pushes 'Sensible' Ideas for How to Regulate AI
Silicon Valley executives and lobbyists like to say they embrace regulation. Now they're launching a frenzy of lobbying on what they want that regulation to be-and Europe is set to be one of the first battlegrounds.
After a Four-Year Freeze, Citadel Securities Can Trade Again in China
China's stock-market regulator said a Shanghai-based unit of Citadel Securities paid $97.6 million to resolve a probe into its trading practices in 2015. That ends a long period of limbo for Citadel's Chinese business, whose proprietary trading account was frozen during the long-running probe.