Almost half (48.6%) of US chief financial officers believe the United States will be in recession by the end of next year.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of confidence in her leadership on Wednesday. She said a new prime minister would have to scrap or extend Article 50, the mechanism taking Britain out of the EU on 29 March, "delaying or even stopping Brexit".
The European Court of Justice has ruled the UK can cancel Brexit without the permission of the other 27 EU members.
The US and China have agreed to suspend plans to impose new tariffs on January 1.
The prosecutors did not reveal the names of the recipients of the OLED trade secrets, but an industry source identified one of the companies as BOE Technology Group, which supplies smartphone screens for key Samsung rival Huawei Technologies.
Nikkei Asian Review
Another phone manufacturer folds up its hat and throws it into the ring
The fund, Qualcomm Ventures AI Fund, has already made its first investment via a Series A funding round of AnyVision, a face, body, and object recognition startup, the company said without disclosing the amount.
LG Electronics vice chairman and CEO Jo Seong-jin said the company will promote automation of suppliers' manufacturing units as part of efforts to strengthen business partnership.
Apple's share price has tumbled more than 20% since October, hurting other stocks and infecting the wider market.
ITRI received three 2018 R&D 100 Awards on November 16 in Orlando, Florida. ITRI's technologies were selected as winners for innovation in the Software/Services, IT/Electrical, and Mechanical Devices/Materials categories.
At this point, Samsung apparently just wants to fold all the things.
Larry Kudlow confirms that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has restarted trade talks with his Chinese counterpart
"It is alarming to uncover that producers are labelling black powders as graphene and selling them for top dollar, while in reality, they contain mostly cheap graphite"
Samsung expects to ship a million of these newfangled devices, but the price will be steep
China has promised to further cut import tariffs and open its economy as it tries to address criticisms that its trade practices are "unfair".
Expect to see that along with a foldable phone on stage in Las Vegas.
The mediation committee for the dispute between Samsung Electronics and its former employees suffering from work-related illnesses announced the finalized settlement for the two parties, with the plan including compensation of up to 150 million won (US$132,000) per illness.
The company posted KRW 65.46 trillion in consolidated quarterly revenue, up 5.5 percent from a year earlier, and KRW 17.57 trillion in quarterly operating profit, up 20.9 percent.
The Chinese currency - the yuan - is flirting with the 7 mark against the US dollar, a level it hasn't seen since the 2008 global financial crisis. The movements in the yuan are closely monitored, not least because the currency is a flashpoint in the US and China's trade war.
More than 70 percent of U.S. firms operating in southern China are considering delaying further investment there and moving some or all of their manufacturing to other countries as the trade war bites into profits.
Pichai said 48 employees have been terminated for sexual misconduct over the last two years.
Like foldable smartphones, Samsung is collaborating with display makers to develop laptops with foldable displays that will not just simply fold in and out but create new value and user experience, amid the changing market trends for laptops.
Apple is beginning to talk with programmers about what it's willing to pay to carry shows and movies, sources told The Information. As expected, original Apple shows should be free, but people will be able to pay for subscriptions to third-party networks. Content should vary from country to country, reflecting the complicated licensing landscape - HBO for example licenses it shows to services like Sky in the U.K.
A look at three separate case studies
You can also get a snapshot of your day on your phone.
The federal government will tighten rules on foreign investment in sensitive industries like technology and telecommunications next month.
Cold-war style offensive by America is an ill-advised miscalculation that will cause pain 'all over the world', warn top executives of Chinese conglomerate.
South China Morning Post
The International Monetary Fund has warned a trade war between the US and China risks making the world a "poorer and more dangerous place" in its latest assessment of the global economy. The IMF has lowered its forecast for global growth this year and next.
WSJ cites "suppliers," admits most hardware specifics have not yet been locked down.
Sharp said on Wednesday its first OLED smartphone would go on sale later this year in Japan.
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday and left intact its plans to steadily tighten monetary policy, as it forecast that the US economy would enjoy at least three more years of growth.
"Well well well, looks like Tim Cook's glad-handing has paid off."
The Chinese smartphone maker is soon to add smart television maker to its title with the launch of the OnePlus TV.
The US is imposing new tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese goods as it escalates its trade war with Beijing. The higher import taxes will apply to almost 6,000 items, marking the biggest round of US tariffs so far.
The Galaxy S10 is expected to have an all-new design, "ultrasonic" in-display reader, fast updates and a true Face ID rival, according to comments by Samsung Mobile division CEO DJ Koh.
Economic troubles in emerging markets and the ongoing trade war between the United States and China could potentially increase the risk of the next financial crisis, according to the chief executive officer at South Korea's sovereign wealth fund.
Analysts are wary about the options available to Chinese policymakers after a key gauge of infrastructure spending in China slipped to a record low in August.
The Financial Times
The US President Donald Trump said Washington is under "no pressure" to achieve a trade deal with China as the prospect of new tariffs loom. The comments come amid reports the two sides could resume talks to stave off a third round of US tariffs.
"But LG Display had misread the market: Chinese competitors were coming on strong, and by early this year prices for LCD screens were plummeting."
China will seek permission from the World Trade Organization (WTO) to impose sanctions on the US next week, according to the WTO's meeting agenda.