One thing is clear: as Mr. Trump takes a wrecking ball to years of carefully nurtured US-China trade relations, Huawei won't be the only victim.
[A]lthough Apple CEO Tim Cook has ... expressed how little he thinks of Facebook's handling of user data, the two companies need each other, whether they like it or not.
Apple must face the reality that its unique competitiveness is gradually diminishing.
Trump lowers royalties, and Apple creates jobs. However, one is not necessarily linked to the other.
In truth, Apple is not making any kind of sacrifice.
They are the most valuable corporations in the world: Apple, Google parent Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook. Their market value of a roughly combined $3.4 billion corresponds to Germany’s yearly economic output.
These so-called superstar corporations occupy such a dominant position in their sector that [Read more]
At the moment, any threat of a headwind for the dominant technology stocks appears to largely stem from regulatory authorities.