The House has approved a bill that would ban Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges unless they allow U.S. regulators to inspect their books, the Wall Street Journal reported. The legislation has already passed the Senate and could soon be signed into law by President Trump. The legislation is another sign of the growing distrust of Chinese firms by U.S. lawmakers and regulators. Under...
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When SpaceX’s new Starship rocket exploded during a test flight in April, the company largely painted it as a success to have even gotten the 400-foot-tall behemoth off the ground. But inside the company, some employees were worried that the setback could delay, among other things, a SpaceX plan to provide wireless coverage to cellphones that are out of range of typical networks,...
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