US Bill forces tech firms to disclose software probes
The Bill will require companies that have international trades to disclose if they have any foreign software investigations under way.
US chip stocks sink following trade measures announcement
Intel, Micron Technology and Nvidia each fell at least 4% in afternoon trade, pushing the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index down 3.7%.
Ex-Cambridge Analytica boss admits getting Facebook data
Alexander Nix, former head of Cambridge Analytica, admits the firm received data from the researcher at the centre of the Facebook data scandal.
Trump pledges to help ZTE 'get back into business'
US president Donald Trump offers a job-saving concession to Beijing ahead of high-stakes trade talks this week.
Trump's Iran sanctions limit MTN cash repatriation
US sanctions against Iran may curb MTN's ability to repatriate R3 billion from its operations in the Middle Eastern nation.
Cambridge Analytica shuts down after Facebook scandal
The company will begin bankruptcy proceedings after losing clients and facing mounting legal fees resulting from the data scandal.
Amazon boss Bezos supports scrutiny of big companies
All large institutions should be scrutinised or examined; it's not personal, says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.