China Plans to Ban U.S. IPOs for Data-Heavy Tech Firms

China plans to propose new rules that would ban companies with large amounts of sensitive consumer data from going public in the U.S., a move that is likely to thwart the ambitions of the country’s tech firms to list abroad.

Gores Guggenheim SPAC Nears Deal to Combine With Polestar

Polestar is nearing a deal to go public through a merger...

U.S.-EU Trade Summit in Pittsburgh Aims to Deepen Trans-Atlantic Ties

Senior European Union officials including Margrethe Vestager will meet with U.S....

China Has New Way to Fight IP Theft Claims

Chinese technology giants have seized on a new legal tactic to...

Economy Week Ahead: Consumer Spending, Inflation, Manufacturing

Markets this week will be focusing on U.S. consumer spending and...