The U.S. announced new sanctions against a network of companies and individuals providing financial and material support for Iran's drone industry, including Chinese and Russian firms.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang sounded the alarm over U.S. policies leading China to strengthen its defenses as tensions remain inflated on the world stage.
The U.S. is aiming to increase production of 155 mm artillery shells that are in high demand due to the war in Ukraine, which has eaten into U.S. and NATO munitions stockpiles.
China has explored a number of approaches to bridge the gap between more graduates and fewer jobs, but experts warn Beijing is ignoring the underlying issue.
China-linked video app TikTok has been slapped with a $370 million fine for allegedly violating the European Union's privacy laws on handling children's data.
Taiwan's minister of foreign affairs lashed out at billionaire Elon Musk on Wednesday after the X owner described Taiwan as an "integral part of China."
Arm Holdings, the Cambridge, England-based designer of chips used in devices ranging from computers and smartphones to data servers is set to hold the biggest U.S. IPO in two years.
Former SEC chair Jay Clayton told the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party that U.S. businesses should start disclosing their exposure to China for investors' benefit.
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President Joe Biden said that China's economic challenges have taken a toll and make it less likely to consider an invasion of Taiwan to force its unification with the mainland.
Amid efforts to enforce sanctions against Iran, authoritarian regimes like Russia and China and some Western companies are bypassing U.S. sanctions to attend the Iran Oil Show.
Apple has lost nearly $200 billion in market value amid a string of reports citing iPhone curbs for workers in China, according to data collected by Dow Jones Market Data Group.
Tech giant Microsoft is warning that artificial intelligence-powered threats to the U.S. public are being developed and rolled out by China and North Korea.
Wisconsin Republican Mike Gallagher, who chairs the House panel on the strategic competition between the U.S. and Chinese Communist Party, called for an end to tech exports to Huawei.
Beijing is reportedly instructing central government agency staffers not to use iPhones at work as part of a push to curb reliance on foreign technology.
China is planning a new $40 billion government-backed investment fund aimed at bolstering the country's semiconductor manufacturing industry that has been hit by U.S. export controls.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney discussed the repercussions of Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal as a new alliance is forming between China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea.
China using alleged fake tourists to spy and breach U.S. military sites is part of a "very slow, below-the-threshold" espionage approach, says Michael Pillsbury.
Chinese officials claimed to have no knowledge of a massive hack targeting the email of hundreds of thousands of U.S. officials, Sec. Gina Raimondo says.
China's flurry of moves to stimulate its economy have provided a small boost, but those policies are unlikely sustainable and will not result in long-term growth.