The attack by Chinese spies reached almost 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple, by compromising America’s technology supply chain, according to extensive interviews with government and corporate sources.
October 8, 2018 Issue
It wasn’t just hardware. An online portal for firmware updates hid and distributed malware.
Top takeaways from Bloomberg Businessweek’s investigation.
John Burton hopes an army of dirt diggers can deliver an October surprise for Democrats.
The Bloomberg View
Establishing a global “right to be forgotten” would be a big mistake.
A new hub is aimed at boosting flag carrier LOT.
Sony, Warner Bros., and Lions Gate are forced to fight back with lucrative counteroffers.
Loss of trust magnifies every misstep.
With America’s entrepreneur visa dead, some founders are heading to Estonia, Canada, New Zealand, and Japan.
ShakeAlert will help Americans get a jump on the next big one.
The country’s 385 savings banks, known as Sparkassen, could destabilize the economy.
Hundreds of platforms have collapsed, and many savers can’t get their money back.
A shortage of pipelines is weighing on prices for the country’s crude.
The perils of divergence.
Almost 40 percent of voters in Wisconsin support tariffs on Chinese imports.
The president barely won the Keystone State in 2016. Now Democrats, with the help of redistricting, are poised to make gains.
Veo Robotics is using lidar sensors to make industrial robots less threatening to their human colleagues.
Flowers tend to be a coincident indicator with the economy: When times are good, people spend on florists. And right now, business is downright blossoming.
Designed by Ettore Sottsass, the distinctive architecture has been kept exactly as he asked for 21 years.
Rebecca Traister’s latest book, Good and Mad, makes the case for honoring the anger of women everywhere.
People rarely consider scissors until they get a bum pair. With Fiskars’ PowerArc clippers, you may never think about them again.
A case against Walmart now makes it difficult to be certified as a class.