The tech giant sells three times more phones than Apple in China. It has developed into a smartphone superpower in the last five years.
The city has made a name for itself as China's Silicon Valley with three factors: government support, speed and location.
At its headquarters, a media tour reveals a combative company determined to thrive despite U.S. sanctions.
Critics say this isn't so much about security as it is about eliminating prospective competition.
Marketplace's smartphone blind taste test found Huawei and Motorola outperformed, and Apple underperformed.
Once the world leader in wireless phone technology, America now has no dog in the fight.
If you asked the White House to name its global corporate enemy No. 1, the Chinese tech giant Huawei would be at, or near, the top of the list. Washington has pushed for Huawei’s chief financial officer to be arrested on allegations of evading sanctions laws, and it’s charged the company with stealing technology from […]
Reporter Erik Schatzker, who witnessed the sting operation, wrote about it for Bloomberg Businessweek.