Huawei’s war, Chinese banks in Hong Kong, and the future of office workers

Huawei employees are becoming increasingly worried about lay-offs after the US announced “death sentence” sanctions, Hong Kong investment bankers employed by Chinese groups are on track to outnumber those in the territory from Wall Street and international banks, and working remotely could lead companies to outsource employees’ jobs. 

Huawei employees worry about lay-offs after tougher US sanctions

https://www.ft.com/content/1fccedf5-bf88-45fe-9a39-2ac378571693

Chinese banks’ Hong Kong ranks on track to outnumber global rivals

https://www.ft.com/content/abbbfcec-736c-47ba-b106-b1bdafebd099

If you can do your job anywhere, can anyone do your job?

https://www.ft.com/content/fe5a7907-14b9-4e61-9938-ec3dd9d06831

Uber and Lyft win reprieve to keep operating in California

https://www.ft.com/content/6b28cb8a-da35-4f02-87cd-780984e6a3ad


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