Google, Infineon and several other companies suspend business with the Chinese multinational firm.
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.