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Bits: The Week in Tech: Sundar Pichai Has a Chat With Congress

■ An argument often made against antitrust action is that the technology industry is dynamic, and that today’s dominant predator can become tomorrow’s prey. Nokia once dominated mobile phones but lost its standing to Samsung and Apple in the smartphone era. Similarly, Intel, once so overwhelming a force in the …

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Huawei Executive’s Lawyers Fight for Bail Ahead of Extradition Decision

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Since Dec. 1, Meng Wanzhou, a top executive of the Chinese technology firm Huawei and a daughter of the company’s founder, has been detained in Vancouver at the behest of American authorities, prompting a diplomatic tussle between China and the United States. On Monday, Ms. Meng’s …

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Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The reasons that the United States asked the Canadian authorities to arrest a top executive of the Chinese technology company Huawei last week had been shrouded in mystery. On Friday, the details of the arrest and what led up to it came out in a Canadian …

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Arrest Shakes Huawei as Global Skepticism of Its Business Grows

It is one of China’s proudest corporate success stories, a colossus in cutting-edge technology that elbowed out Western rivals to become the biggest supplier of the hardware that connects our modern world. Now, all around the globe, the walls are going up for Huawei. The United States, which for years …

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Amazon Reverses Ban on Letting Australians Use Its Main Site

SYDNEY, Australia — Amazon will grant Australians access to products from its main website, walking back a decision made earlier this year that angered its customers in the country. The online retailer had announced that it would redirect Australians to a local website to comply with changes to Australian tax …

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Alibaba Had Another Big Singles Day. The Party May Not Last.

The company’s methods for ginning up excitement have come under scrutiny before. Two years ago, Alibaba said that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission was investigating it for the way it reports Singles Day sales. The company’s preferred metric, gross merchandise value, is supposed to represent the amount of …

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At China’s Internet Conference, a Darker Side of Tech Emerges

WUZHEN, China — Every year at the World Internet Conference, held since 2014 in the photogenic canal town of Wuzhen near Shanghai, companies and government officials have convened to send a message: China is a high-tech force to be reckoned with. With that message now settled beyond much doubt, this …

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Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

SHANGHAI — A slowing economy is taking a toll on China’s biggest e-commerce company. The Alibaba Group on Friday reported $12.4 billion in revenue for the latest quarter, a 54 percent increase from a year earlier but less than analysts’ estimates. The company also said it was lowering its estimate …

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THE Week Ahead: A U.S. Trade Complaint, Tech Earnings and Jobs Numbers

THE Week Ahead Investors will be looking for a turnaround plan from G.E.’s new chief. Data on the eurozone’s economy is due. And Facebook’s earnings will come with data on its user numbers. ImageFacebook in July reported sales growth lagging far below expectations and company executives said little to explain …

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The Week in Tech: Fears of the Supply Chain in China

Each week, technology reporters and columnists from The New York Times review the week’s news, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here. Hello, everyone. I’m Paul Mozur, a reporter based in …

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