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ren zhengfei

Huawei brings W1 Windows Phone 8 handset to US, lands Walmart as retail partner

The CEO Of China's Most Mysterious Tech Company Spoke To Reporters For The First Time In 26 Years

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(Reuters) - Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, defended the Chinese firm's stand on U.S. cyber-security concerns when he spoke to the media for the first time on Thursday, lifting a veil of secrecy surrounding the elusive executive. Ren has avoided the press since he founded...
The CEO Of China's Most Mysterious Tech Company Spoke To Reporters For The First Time In 26 Years

Huawei complains about US spying allegations, implies McCarthy-style victimhood

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"We must remember always that accusation is not proof." So begins a document just published by Huawei, heavily quoting a 1954 US Senate report that condemned McCarthy and his anti-Communist hysteria. The document is a prelude to Huawei's forthcoming public testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives' Intelligence Committee,...
Huawei complains about US spying allegations, implies McCarthy-style victimhood

A Rare Look Inside Huawei, The Shadowy Chinese Tech Company Accused Of Spying On America (CSCO)

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Huawei Technologies is one of the world's largest makers of high-speed wireless telecom equipment. The Chinese company is also at the center of an American political storm. Earlier this month, the House Intelligence Committee issued a report warning U.S. companies to avoid doing business with Huawei and another top Chinese...
A Rare Look Inside Huawei, The Shadowy Chinese Tech Company Accused Of Spying On America (CSCO)
Huawei CEO breaks 25 years of silence to deny US espionage allegations

Huawei boss in first media interview

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Ren Zhengfei, the founder of China's Huawei - the world's second-largest telecom equipment maker - speaks to the media for the first time....
Huawei boss in first media interview

Huawei CFO Tied to Company Implicated in Attempted Sale to Iran

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Someone working for a partner of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei was certain eager to sell a bunch of Hewlett-Packard networking gear to a wireless phone provider in Iran. Such a sale, would of course be illegal under US-imposed trade sanctions against that country. A report from Reuters says that...
Huawei CFO Tied to Company Implicated in Attempted Sale to Iran

MPs raise alarm over Chinese equipment in UK phone networks

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Committee flags up fears that telecoms firm Huawai could be involved in spying or cyber-attacksA group of MPs has lambasted the government for risking national security by failing to monitor the widespread use of Chinese equipment in Britain's phone and broadband networks.In a damning report into the potential threats posed...
MPs raise alarm over Chinese equipment in UK phone networks
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