• U.S. Tariffs On China May Force California Company To Move Production Overseas

    24 days ago - By NPR

    NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Daniel Emerson, CEO of bike light manufacturer Light & Motion, about why the latest round of tariffs on goods from China may force him to move his production overseas.
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  • Economic Roundup: Not the Last We Have Seen of U.S. Tariffs

    24 days ago - By Economy

    U.S. implements more levies on China, and odds are rising more are on their way.
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  • Wall Street falls on U.S.-China trade tariff standoff

    24 days ago - By Reuters

    On Wall Street the S&P and the Dow closed lower on Monday after a round of U.S.-China trade tariffs kicked in, dampening last week's hopes for a resolution and investors waited for an interest rate hike ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
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  • Wall Street falls as U.S.-China tariffs kick in

    24 days ago - By Reuters

    Wall Street's three main indexes were lower on Monday after a new round of U.S.-China trade tariffs kicked in and investors expected an interest rate hike a day ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day meeting.
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  • China splits the internet while the U.S. dithers

    China splits the internet while the U.S. dithers

    24 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    There are few stories as important right now as the internet being ripped asunder by the increasing animosity between the U.S. and China. Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Alphabet, said last week at a private event in San Francisco that “I think the most likely scenario now is not a splintering, but rather a bifurcation into a Chinese-led internet and a non-Chinese internet led by America.”
    He should know: Alphabet and its Google subsidiary are on the front lines of that split, experiencing a massive furor over the company's Project Dragonfly to launch a censored search engine in the...
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