Posts Tagged ‘Russia’

Edward Snowden Talks Cybersecurity With Investors In Hong Kong

American cybersecurity whistleblower Edward Snowden told an audience in Hong Kong that mass surveillance does not keep people safe nor will increased surveillance ensure safety. Asian brokerage and investment group CLSA Limited hosted Edward Snowden yesterday at a conference in Hong Kong. Snowden spoke to the Hong Kong investors via a video feed from his […]


Chinese Government Blocks Symantec, Kaspersky From Procurement List

The Chinese government has reportedly excluded the American anti-virus company Symantec and Russian anti-virus company Kaspersky from its list of qualified suppliers. People’s Daily, an official newspaper of the Chinese government, previously revealed via its social media channel that the Chinese government procurement department had excluded Symantec and Kaspersky from its information security software suppliers […]


Huawei Applies For New Corporate Branch In Taiwan

Chinese mainland telecom equipment maker Huawei has submitted applications to the Taiwan government to set up a new subsidiary in Taiwan. According to reports in Taiwanese local media, the new subsidiary aims at enhancing cooperation relationship between Huawei and the Taiwan industry chain. This move makes Huawei the first mainland telecom equipment maker that has […]


Former Lenovo General Manager Appointed Vice President Of Founder

Founder Technology has published a notice stating Ma Zheng, past general manager for Lenovo’s (LNVGY) digital peripherals, has now hopped to rival Founder Technology and will be the company’s vice president responsible for the notebook customer group.


European Electronics Firm Trimming China Operations

European electronics manufacturing services firm Elcoteq SE has decided to launch an intense global restructuring plan that will see one of its China facilities close.


Financial Crisis Hits China’s Lenovo As Company Cuts Worldwide Staff

The global financial crisis has hit Chinese PC maker Lenovo (LNVGY) as it today announced cutting approximately 11% of its total global workforce, and the company expects to report a loss for the fiscal quarter that ended December 31, 2008.


Rumor: Lenovo To Cut 200 Jobs In Beijing Headquarters

Chinese PC maker Lenovo (LNVGY) plans to cut 200 jobs in its Beijing headquarters, of which about 5% are senior managers and directors.


Alibaba.com Invests USD30 Million In Overseas Advertising

While the world economy is heading to the toilet and Chinese manufacturers are preparing to feel the pinch because their overseas buyers will have no cash, Alibaba.com is hoping a new round of international advertising will maintain its growth with helping connect Chinese suppliers with foreign customers.


YouTube Launches Simplified Chinese Interface

YouTube.com, a video website owned by Google, has formally launched its Simplified Chinese interface, marking the key step for Google’s indirect entry into China’s video sector.


Samsung Restructures Business, Sends Lee Jae-yong To China

South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung Electronics has announced plans to restructure its business and send Lee Jae-yong, elder son of Kun-Hee Lee, former chairman of the group, to work in China.