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U.S. allows some Huawei sales to continue

by Harvest Prude
Posted 8/20/19, 12:18 pm

Companies in the United States have another 90 days to finish up business with Chinese tech giant Huawei. After that, the Trump administration said it will fully enforce the blacklist it imposed in May after deeming the company a national security risk. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the extension gives rural companies “a little more time to wean themselves off.”

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CEOs say they value more than money

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 8/20/19, 11:12 am

The leaders of top corporations in the United States say they are shifting away from a “shareholder first” mentality. The Business Roundtable on Monday released a statement signed by 181 CEOs from companies such as Amazon, Apple, American Airlines, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Ford, Goldman-Sachs, IBM, NASDAQ, and Walmart.

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FedEx cuts Amazon ground delivery

by Hannah Harris
Posted 8/08/19, 01:39 pm

FedEx will soon stop dropping off your Amazon Prime packages. The shipping giant announced Wednesday it will instead focus on working with retailers such as Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. FedEx’s ground contract with Amazon is set to expire, and it announced its was ending air deliveries for the online retailer two months ago.

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