Warriors Distance Themselves From Minority Investor's Controversial Comments On Uyghurs Struggles In China The Golden State Warriors issued a statement Monday, distancing themselves from controversial comments made by minority owner Chamath Palihapitiya concerning the ongoing struggle of the Muslim Uyghurs in China.
Bay Area Businesses Find Creative Ways To Survive Months Of Supply Chain DelaysCasaQ, a Hispanic lifestyle business, ordered three pallets worth of product in August, hoping to get it in time for the holidays. But the shipments arrived after Christmas and are now sitting in a warehouse.
Facebook Uncovers Massive Network To Spread COVID MisinformationA disinformation network with ties to China used hundreds of fake social media accounts — including one belonging to a fictitious Swiss biologist — to spread an unfounded claim that the U.S. pressured scientists to blame China for the coronavirus.
China Crackdown On Apple Store Targets Audible, Apps For Bible, QuranAmazon's audiobook service Audible and phone apps for reading the holy books of Islam and Christianity have disappeared from the Apple store in mainland China
'Off The Charts' Chinese Demand For American Beef Keeping Port Of Oakland BusyAn 'extraordinary' surge in meat exports to Asia, particularly to China, has helped the sprawling Port of Oakland recover from the economic doldrums of the COVID pandemic.
Tesla to Recall 285,000 Cars in China Over Flawed Cruise ControlTesla is recalling about 285,000 electric vehicles in China because the cruise-control function can be activated accidentally and cause cars to accelerate suddenly, creating a safety hazard, Chinese authorities said Saturday.
Feinstein, Padilla Ask Biden Admin To Get China To Lift Tariffs On U.S. WinesThree U.S. senators, including both representing California, sent a letter to the White House Tuesday asking trade officials to push China to lift its tariffs on American wine.
West Coast Supply Bottlenecks Backing Up Freighters In San Francisco BayCommuters traveling over the Bay Bridge recently have noticed a large backup of freighters parked in the San Francisco Bay, awaiting an opening at the Port of Oakland.
WeChat Litigation Put On Hold At Request Of U.S. Government LawyersLawyers representing the United States asked a San Francisco federal court on Thursday to suspend litigation over the government's attempt to shut down the WeChat messaging app in the United States.
Former Zoom Employee Accused Of Censoring Tiananmen Square Video Meetings For Chinese GovernmentA former employee of San Jose-based Zoom is wanted by the FBI for his alleged participation in a scheme to censor meetings on behalf of the Chinese government.
Apple Beats Earnings Estimates But Lagging China iPhone Sales Drag Stock Price LowerApple eked out a modest revenue gain during the three months ending Sept. 30, beating analysts' projections that sales would fall during the quarter.
Fed Judge in San Francisco Denies Request to Unblock Trump Shutdown of WeChat in U.S.A federal judge in San Francisco denied a request by the U.S. Department of Commerce to suspend a Sept. 20 preliminary injunction blocking an executive order issued by President Trump that would shut down the WeChat messaging app in the U.S.
Justice Department Asks Judge To Allow Immediate Ban On WeChat In U.S. During AppealThe Justice Department is asking a federal judge in San Francisco to suspend a ruling allowing the WeChat messaging app to continue to operate in the U.S. while the government files an appeal.
Facebook Shuts Accounts It Says Were Run From China, Posting About 2020 ElectionFacebook on Tuesday said it had shut down more than 150 fake accounts it determined were run from China that including accounts posting about November's US presidential election.
WeChat: Federal Judge Blocks Trump Administration WeChat Ban; Govt. Offered 'Scant Little Evidence' Ban Addressed National Security Concerns A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction blocking the ban on U.S. downloads of WeChat and other functions from going into force as scheduled by order of President Donald Trump on Sunday night.