Huawei Posts First-Ever Yearly Revenue Decline as U.S. Sanctions Continue to Bite, But Profit Surges
Huawei’s business has been hurt by U.S. sanctions, which have sought to cut it off from key software and components like semiconductors.
China's Huawei Launches a Rival to the Amazon Kindle in Bid to Revive Struggling Consumer Business
Huawei launched a slew of products as the Chinese giant looks to inject life into its consumer business that has been hurt by U.S. sanctions.
China's Huawei Launches High-End Smartphones Overseas Even as Its Global Market Share Deteriorates
With the launch of the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket, Huawei is backing its consumer business despite plunging market share as a result of continuing U.S. sanctions.
Singaporeans Explain What It's Like Working for a Chinese Tech Company
CNBC interviewed 10 current and former employees of Chinese tech firms to find out what work life is like in their Singapore offices.