Web giant is reportedly buying a 5.94 percent stake in Lenovo as part of the $2.91 billion deal to unload its Motorola unit.
As a Chinese company, Lenovo will have to consent to certain conditions for the deal to get the thumbs-up in the US, experts tell Reuters.
The Canadian smartphone maker puts a "for sale" sign up. But who is likely to be interested in buying the beleaguered company as it steadily loses ground to Apple and Google?
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. says it sees no national security issues to worry about if the Japanese company acquires Sprint.
Experts gathering to discuss intellectual-property theft say that a fix will require the application of economic sanctions, not just more technology.
In a lengthy open letter, the Chinese telecommunications gear maker invites investigation by the U.S. to dispel long-running worries over threats to national security.
The Foundry Company gets the green light to go forward from the U.S. government.