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Here are all the companies that have cut ties with Huawei, dealing the Chinese tech giant a crushing blow
Major US companies like Google, Qualcomm, and Intel have been quick to sever business ties with the Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Global markets are sliding as Huawei suppliers cut ties, raising the prospect of a prolonged trade war with China
Reports that Panasonic, Arm, and others cut ties with Huawei are fanning fears of a lengthy trade war. US stocks are tracking global markets lower.
Panasonic CEO Kazuhiro Tsuga said the company may not make enough battery cells for Tesla next year, Bloomberg reported.
Insiders describe a world of chaos and waste at Panasonic’s massive battery-making operation for Tesla
Scissors in the mix and oil spills on the line: Employees said that chaos on Panasonic's side of the Gigafactory has led to accidents and waste.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Saturday that the rate of battery-cell production from Panasonic has held back output for the Model 3 .
People are finding hidden cameras on some American Airlines and Singapore Airlines planes. Here’s what that’s about
Passengers have reported finding hidden cameras in their inflight entertainment systems on select American and Singapore Airlines flights.
Some wacky technology has been on display at CES 2019 thus far, including a Lamborghini-themed massage chair and robotic laundry folder.
Japanese companies are worried about how possible Brexit-induced tax changes could impact their profitability.
$71 billion Japanese giant Panasonic is pulling its European headquarters out of the UK — and Brexit is to blame
The move is being undertaken 'to avoid potential tax issues' linked to Brexit, according to Japanese media organisation Nikkei.
Tesla has reportedly revised an agreement to buy all of the solar cells and modules Panasonic made at their solar panel factory
Under the new terms of the agreement, Panasonic can sell its output to other companies, though Tesla is still buying some of its cells and modules, according to The Wall Street Journal. The agreement was reportedly changed early this year.