Jeanne Whalen The Washington Post

'Jeanne Whalen The Washington Post' - 12 News Result(s)

  • US Senators Ask Trump to Suspend Licences for Tech Sales to Huawei
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Friday November 22, 2019
    A bipartisan group of US senators wants the Trump administration to suspend its approval of US technology sales to China's Huawei, saying the manufacturer of cell phones and 5G network equipment poses risks to national security.
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  • Next Few Months May Show Whether Huawei Can Survive, Thrive Despite US Ban on Sales
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 8, 2019
    Huawei's fate is central to the US-China trade war, making the next few months a possible turning point in whether the countries can reach a truce.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • The Quantum Revolution Is Coming, and Chinese Scientists Are at the Forefront
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Monday August 19, 2019
    Beijing is pouring billions into research and development and is offering Chinese scientists big perks to return home from Western labs.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Huawei Digs in for Long Battle With US
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Monday June 24, 2019
    The Trump administration has called Huawei a threat to US national security and has taken several steps in recent months to undermine Huawei's business.
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  • "Lovely Old Man": Huawei Executive Becomes Unlikely Social Media Star
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, Yuan Wang, The Washington Post | Thursday June 13, 2019
    Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei executive who defended the Chinese telecom giant before Britain's parliament.
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  • US Blacklisting of Huawei Prompts Global Firms to Follow Suit
    Jeanne Whalen, Griff Witte, The Washington Post | Thursday May 23, 2019
    Huawei has vigorously denied the assertions of spying and the Trump administration allegation that the Chinese government exerts undue influence on Huawei.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • North Korea's Ghost Ships Beat Sanctions
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Thursday April 25, 2019
    In April 2018, a ship carrying $3 million worth of coal slipped into Indonesian waters with its identification transmitter switched off and its flag hidden from view. Acting on a tip, Indonesia's Navy detained the vessel, which identified itself as the "Wise Honest" from Sierra Leone. But when inspectors went aboard, they found two dozen crew membe...
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  • Apple's Stark Warning May Be Ominous News for China
    Gerry Shih, Jeanne Whalen, Danielle Paquette, The Washington Post | Friday January 4, 2019
    What happens when the Chinese growth juggernaut slows? Or worse yet, grinds to a halt?
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • To Fight Dirty Money, UK Asks Simple Question To Those Living High Life
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Saturday December 15, 2018
    Now a new investigative tool being launched by British authorities could serve as a powerful deterrent. But it is fraught, forcing wealthy individuals to demonstrate that they bought property with lawfully earned funds - a departure from legal precedent that required the state to prove the use of illicit money.
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  • Huawei CFO's Arrest Could Hamper Commercial Ties Between The US And China
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Friday December 7, 2018
    Cross-border arrests of high-profile business executives don't happen that often, making the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive a significant event that is likely to chill commercial relations between the U.S. and China, lawyers and trade experts said.
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  • Finance CEOs Pull Out Of Saudi Event After Journalist's Disappearance
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 16, 2018
    A string of high-profile finance executives followed technology and media leaders in pulling out of a Saudi investment conference scheduled for late this month, potentially risking a lucrative role in the kingdom's plans for a historic opening of its economy.
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  • Western Firms' Walkout Over Khashoggi Hurts Saudi Modernisation Plans
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, Justin Wm. Moyer, The Washington Post | Saturday October 13, 2018
    The growing number of Western companies distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia over the alleged killing of dissident Jamal Khashoggi is undermining the kingdom's push to diversify its economy beyond oil and provide more opportunities for its young and often restive population.
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'Jeanne Whalen The Washington Post' - 12 News Result(s)

  • US Senators Ask Trump to Suspend Licences for Tech Sales to Huawei
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Friday November 22, 2019
    A bipartisan group of US senators wants the Trump administration to suspend its approval of US technology sales to China's Huawei, saying the manufacturer of cell phones and 5G network equipment poses risks to national security.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Next Few Months May Show Whether Huawei Can Survive, Thrive Despite US Ban on Sales
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 8, 2019
    Huawei's fate is central to the US-China trade war, making the next few months a possible turning point in whether the countries can reach a truce.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • The Quantum Revolution Is Coming, and Chinese Scientists Are at the Forefront
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Monday August 19, 2019
    Beijing is pouring billions into research and development and is offering Chinese scientists big perks to return home from Western labs.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Huawei Digs in for Long Battle With US
    Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Monday June 24, 2019
    The Trump administration has called Huawei a threat to US national security and has taken several steps in recent months to undermine Huawei's business.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • "Lovely Old Man": Huawei Executive Becomes Unlikely Social Media Star
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, Yuan Wang, The Washington Post | Thursday June 13, 2019
    Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei executive who defended the Chinese telecom giant before Britain's parliament.
    www.ndtv.com
  • US Blacklisting of Huawei Prompts Global Firms to Follow Suit
    Jeanne Whalen, Griff Witte, The Washington Post | Thursday May 23, 2019
    Huawei has vigorously denied the assertions of spying and the Trump administration allegation that the Chinese government exerts undue influence on Huawei.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • North Korea's Ghost Ships Beat Sanctions
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Thursday April 25, 2019
    In April 2018, a ship carrying $3 million worth of coal slipped into Indonesian waters with its identification transmitter switched off and its flag hidden from view. Acting on a tip, Indonesia's Navy detained the vessel, which identified itself as the "Wise Honest" from Sierra Leone. But when inspectors went aboard, they found two dozen crew membe...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Apple's Stark Warning May Be Ominous News for China
    Gerry Shih, Jeanne Whalen, Danielle Paquette, The Washington Post | Friday January 4, 2019
    What happens when the Chinese growth juggernaut slows? Or worse yet, grinds to a halt?
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • To Fight Dirty Money, UK Asks Simple Question To Those Living High Life
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Saturday December 15, 2018
    Now a new investigative tool being launched by British authorities could serve as a powerful deterrent. But it is fraught, forcing wealthy individuals to demonstrate that they bought property with lawfully earned funds - a departure from legal precedent that required the state to prove the use of illicit money.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Huawei CFO's Arrest Could Hamper Commercial Ties Between The US And China
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Friday December 7, 2018
    Cross-border arrests of high-profile business executives don't happen that often, making the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive a significant event that is likely to chill commercial relations between the U.S. and China, lawyers and trade experts said.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Finance CEOs Pull Out Of Saudi Event After Journalist's Disappearance
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 16, 2018
    A string of high-profile finance executives followed technology and media leaders in pulling out of a Saudi investment conference scheduled for late this month, potentially risking a lucrative role in the kingdom's plans for a historic opening of its economy.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Western Firms' Walkout Over Khashoggi Hurts Saudi Modernisation Plans
    World News | Jeanne Whalen, Justin Wm. Moyer, The Washington Post | Saturday October 13, 2018
    The growing number of Western companies distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia over the alleged killing of dissident Jamal Khashoggi is undermining the kingdom's push to diversify its economy beyond oil and provide more opportunities for its young and often restive population.
    www.ndtv.com
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