The US president bars US companies from using telecoms equipment made by firms said to be posing a national security risk.
After considering going public for four years, Uber picked a week beset by market turbulence fuelled by US-China trade fears.
The $250 million settlement is the result of the Chinese firm's concealment of a regulatory warning about its ability to stop counterfeiting.
As the social networking giant admits to more privacy issues, it puts aside $3 billion for expected Federal Trade Commission fines.
GE Digital will become a standalone industrial Internet of things company.
The company acquires creative agency Droga5 and select assets from system development firm Caltec Scube.
The ride-hailing company bought Careem Networks, its Dubai-based rival, for $3.1 billion.
The European Union fines the tech giant for limiting how some Web sites could display ads sold by its rivals.
The company acquires its peer, Mellanox Technologies, for $6.9 billion, thwarting Intel's offer for Mellanox.
Ireland-based Enterprise System Partners, Danish firm Hjaltelin Stahl and What If join the Accenture family.
Facebook faces 10 investigations by Ireland's privacy regulator.
The online image search platform files confidentially for a US initial public offering and is looking for a valuation of $12 billion.
Paul Booth is an independent commentator who looks for significance in what ICT vendors haven't said.