Tech executives will apparently gather at the White House Monday to discuss the US ban on Huawei. Larry Kudlow, the Trump administration’s economic adviser, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will meet people from software and semiconductor companies, according to Reuters, which cited anonymous sources.Google and Micron will attend, and Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom have been invited, the report noted. Microsoft was likely to be invited too.Neither the White House, Huawei, Intel, Google, Broadcom, Qualcomm Microsoft nor Micron immediately responded to requests for comment.
- White House report highlights sports injuries
- Jeopardy for two White House lawyers as impeachment inquiry zeroes in on them over Donald Trump's Ukraine call being rushed on to secret server after Purple Heart officer 'raised concerns'
- ‘What’s All This I’m Hearing About People Getting Security Clearances?’ Asks Confused Mike Pompeo To White House Staff Avoiding Eye Contact
- President Obama to host champ Kevin Harvick, team at White House
- Olympians say selfies were stopped at White House
- Olympic athletes get their White House moment
- White House not happy about Big Papi’s selfie with Obama
- US Olympians go to Washington, have dance-off on White House lawn
- Obama to tackle concussions in youth sports at White House summit
- Revis reportedly plans to attend Patriots’ White House visit
White House reportedly meeting tech execs about Huawei ban have 217 words, post on www.cnet.com at July 22, 2019. This is cached page on ReZone. If you want remove this page, please contact us.