The plan to ban immigration by US President Donald Trump will be mostly hurt US tech companies who cannot recruit talents anymore, says business analyst Shaun Rein to the BBC. “Now, with the immigration ban, more top Chinese, Indian and other foreign talent will seek jobs in tech hubs globally like Shenzhen, Seoul and Bangalore rather than Silicon Valley,” Shaun Rein adds.
Uber threw in the towel at the killing ride-hailing wars in China, but that does not mean Uber is out, especially on a global level, says Andy Mok, managing Director at Red Pagoda Resources, especially on a global level, he tells Bloomberg. “They want to be the Cisco of the physical world.”
Wendell Minnick via Flickr Eight Republican senators have taken on China’s electronic firm Huawei, the alter ego of the US giant Cisco. The eight accuse Huawei in a letter of US departments of having ties with Iran, the Taliban and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), writes Wendell Minnick in Defense