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Dec 14 – Two Canadian citizens have been detained in China on suspicion of harming national security. Meanwhile, Huawei’s CFO has been freed in Canada on bail but still faces extradition to the U.S. Christopher Beddor and Pete Sweeney discuss the situation and Beijing’s motives.
Peugeot chief Carlos Tavares is a logical replacement for detained Renault and Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn. But there might be a better use of his time: buying Italian-American carmaker Fiat Chrysler. Liam Proud explains.
The petro-axis of the United States, Saudi Arabia and Russia stalled progress at the UN climate change conference in Poland. Yet Antony Currie explains that investors are driving change, such as prodding Royal Dutch Shell to tie executive pay to carbon emission targets.
General Electric could go from bad to worse in 2019. With the ailing firm ever more dependent on aviation, Lauren Silva Laughlin explains that a downturn in the airline business or poorer financing terms at GE Capital could frustrate CEO Larry Culp’s turnaround efforts.
Uber has joined Lyft in filing confidentially to go public. The urgency of the ride-hailing rivals is easily understood, explains Rob Cyran. Both companies continue to burn cash and widespread weakness in equities is prodding unicorns to tap the market while they can.
Dec 7 – At U.S. urging, Canada has arrested the CFO of Chinese telecom champion Huawei – who happens to be the daughter of founder Ren Zhengfei. Will Beijing retaliate against American CEOs next? Chris Beddor and Pete Sweeney put the move in trade-war perspective.
France’s capital may currently be in the grip of social unrest, but it’s also the perfect vantage point for watching Europe’s gyrations – and sizing up Brexit from a respectful distance. Breakingviews’ global editor Rob Cox explains his recent decision to call Paris home.
Detroit is selling its first bonds since taking back financial control from the state. It marks a dramatic fiscal turnaround since the 2013 bankruptcy, but as Antony Currie explains, the city is still plagued by blight and faces big bills to repair its crumbling schools.
After meeting in Argentina, Presidents Trump and Xi have called a 90-day ceasefire in the U.S.-China trade war. As Gina Chon explains, though, both the starting points for new talks and expectations for what they might achieve could easily be lost in translation.
Nov 30 - A Chinese scientist sparked a firestorm by saying he had genetically altered human embryos using cutting-edge CRISPR technology. Robyn Mak and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss what comes next amid the country’s biotech exuberance and a lack of proper oversight.