A US-led campaign against the world's biggest equipment maker does not mean Ericsson and Nokia are destined for success.
Vodafone's CEO wants a more high-level debate about the security implications of using Huawei's equipment. In the current climate, he may have his work cut out for him.
Ren Zhengfei's answers to questions during a rare meeting with reporters will not silence Huawei's critics.
The next-generation mobile technology was supposed to be about new enterprise services opportunities. But where are they?
Despite announcing plans for 13,000 layoffs last May, the UK operator is now bigger than ever, and it generates far less in per-employee revenues than most of its regional peers.
Mix exorbitant prices with underwhelming gadgets and a dose of Chinese nationalism, and then sit back and watch a trillion-dollar company tank.
Figures released by the Chinese equipment giant suggest it is becoming increasingly reliant on its gadget-making consumer division for sales growth.