Disney employees stage walkouts to protest company response to Florida bill

LOS ANGELES, March 22 (Reuters) – Employees of the Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) staged walkouts and social media campaigns on Tuesday to protest the company’s response to Florida legislation that would limit classroom discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity. In a rare public demonstration of unrest, about 60 Disney employees gathered at a park … Read more

EXCLUSIVE Chinese regulators ask some U.S.-listed firms to prepare for audit disclosures – sources

HONG KONG/BEIJING, March 22 (Reuters) – Chinese regulators have asked some of the country’s US-listed firms, including Alibaba, Baidu and JD.com, to prepare for more audit disclosures, sources said, as Beijing steps up efforts to ensure domestic companies remain listed in New York. This comes as China’s regulators are considering a proposal to allow their … Read more

White House warns U.S. companies about ‘preparatory’ Russian hacking -senior official

A general view of the White House in Washington, US, October 2, 2021. REUTERS/Al Drago/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register March 21 (Reuters) – Senior White House cybersecurity official Anne Neuberger said on Monday that important US companies that provide critical infrastructure should improve their cyber defensive posture because of … Read more

U.S., British officials kick off talks to strengthen trade ties

Talks to resolve steel subsidy dispute ongoing UK official says ‘protectionism is not the solution’ Bilateral trade ties add up to $260 billion a year BALTIMORE, Md., March 21 (Reuters) – US and British officials kicked off two days of meetings to strengthen trade ties on Monday, underscoring transatlantic cooperation at a time when Western … Read more

U.S. charges former Apple buyer with defrauding more than $10 million from company

The Apple Inc. logo is seen in the lobby of New York City’s flagship Apple store January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Segar Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register March 20 (Reuters) – US prosecutors have charged a former Apple Inc (AAPL.O) employee with defrauding the iPhone maker out of more than $10 million … Read more

New Russian cosmonaut team welcomed aboard International Space Station

March 18 (Reuters) – Three Russian cosmonauts arrived safely at the International Space Station (ISS) on Friday, docking their Soyuz capsule with the outpost for a mission that continues a 20-year shared Russian-US presence in orbit despite tensions over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The arrival of the latest cosmonaut team – warmly welcomed by four … Read more

Britain, U.S. warn of satellite communications risks after Ukraine hack

LONDON, March 18 (Reuters) – Britain and the United States have warned organizations of the risks associated with using satellite communications following a cyberattack on satellite internet modems as Russia invaded Ukraine. Western intelligence agencies have been investigating the attack which disrupted broadband satellite internet access provided by US telecommunications firm Viasat, Reuters reported last … Read more

U.S. soldiers alive, despite Russia ‘fake news’ report, U.S. military says

A Ukrainian soldier directs a Russian tank that Ukrainians captured after fighting with Russian troops, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, outside Brovary, near Kyiv, Ukraine, March 10, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, March 17 (Reuters) – Three current and former members of the Tennessee National Guard … Read more

ZTE awaits judge’s ruling after U.S. probation hearing

March 14 (Reuters) – An FBI agent tested on Monday that Chinese nationals brought to the United States under research visas went to work for ZTE Corp (000063.SZ) in New Jersey – a possible sign the Chinese tech company violated its probation from a 2017 US plea deal. At a hearing in federal court in … Read more

Exclusive: U.S. spy agency probes sabotage of satellite internet during Russian invasion, sources say

March 11 (Reuters) – Western intelligence agencies are investigating a cyberattack by unidentified hackers that disrupted broadband satellite internet access in Ukraine coinciding with Russia’s invasion, according to three people with direct knowledge of the incident. Analysts for the US National Security Agency, French government cybersecurity organization ANSSI, and Ukrainian intelligence are assessing whether the … Read more