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China isn’t too concerned with Huawei’s ban in America, says ACME Capital’s Hany Nada

Hany Nada, ACME Capital co-founder, and Henry Blodget, co-founder and CEO of Business Insider, join “Squawk Alley” to discuss Huawei’s ban in the United States and the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
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Published: 2019-05-16 20:05:24
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Gordon Ramsay Is Blown Away By Tribe’s Curry | Gordon’s Great Escape

Gordon helps prepare a Nagaland curry and is blown away by the results.

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Published: 2019-05-16 09:52:44
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Inside Huawei And 5G – BBC Click

We travel to the Huawei campus in Shenzhen, China and find out their plans for 5G.

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Published: 2019-05-08 10:14:47
Duration: 6M15S
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Gordon Ramsay Cooks Breakfast Tacos with Aarón Sanchez | Scrambled

In ‘Scrambled’, it’s Gordon Ramsay vs. The World in an egg-themed recipe challenge. The very first episode sees Gordon take on award-winning celebrity TV chef, cook-book author, philanthropist and all round great guy Aaron Sanchez! Who will come out on top? Full recipe and ingredients to Gordon’s taco below!

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Ingredients:
2 Corn tortillas
4 Eggs
2 Scallions/Green onions
1 Serrano chili
2 Tablespoons chorizo
2 Tablespoons bacon
6 Crimini mushroom chopped
1 Shallot
Salsa verde
Pico de gallo
Creme fraiche
Cotija cheese
Cilantro
Pickled red onion
Butter

Directions:
Warm corn tortillas in a pan
Chop shallots, chili and scallions/green onions
Heat pan and add chorizo and cook for 1 to 2 minutes then add shallots and chili’s. Season with salt and pepper
After about another 1-2 minutes where shallots look cooked through, add chopped mushroom to pan. Then add chopped bacon and season
Let all ingredients cook in pan. Meanwhile add 4 eggs to a bowl and scramble
Once pan ingredients have begun to cook down, season to taste
Add knob of butter to egg mixture then add to pan
Mix eggs on and off the heat, always mixing.
Once cooked through add creme fraiche and remove from heat
Place egg mixture to corn tortillas
Top tacos with pickled red onion, cojita cheese and scallions then remaining eggs
Top with favorite salsa (Gordon uses Verde and Pico de Gallo), cotija and cilantro

Channel: Gordon Ramsay
Published: 2019-05-08 22:50:04
Duration: 9M30S
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Why The US Thinks Huawei Is A National Security Threat

Huawei has been under scrutiny since at least 2011 for its allegedly close ties to the Chinese government. Some US lawmakers and intelligence officials think that Huawei’s hardware could also provide a backdoor for China’s massive and sophisticated state surveillance apparatus.

Huawei is a major global technology company, but it isn’t as well known in the U.S. since most of its products aren’t sold there. Here’s a quick briefing on what you need to know.

Shenzhen-based Huawei (pronounced: wah-way) is the world’s second largest seller of phones behind Samsung, according to IDC. It’s best known for making high-end phones with appealing designs and premium hardware features that rival devices from Samsung and Apple.

While global consumers — especially those in China — may know the brand best for its consumer electronics, which also include laptops, tablets and TVs, Huawei’s history is in providing telecommunications equipment. Put simply, Huawei also sells some of the hardware that lets your phone connect to wireless networks.

It used to sell gear to U.S. wireless carriers, too, but that ended more than a decade ago. More on that next.

Back in 2012, U.S. lawmakers began to work to prevent American wireless carriers from buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE, another Chinese company. The U.S. government was concerned about Huawei’s ties to the Chinese government and worried that equipment from both companies could eventually be a national security threat if it was deployed across the United States.

Those ties to the Chinese military begin with the CEO. Huawei’s founder, billionaire Ren Zhengfei, was an engineer in China’s People’s Liberation Army before he left the service in 1983 and started Huawei four years later. Huawei has always denied its equipment is any more vulnerable to spying than that provided by other companies.

Most recently, AT&T abandoned its plans to launch a Huawei flagship smartphone in the U.S. in January. The Information news site reported at the time that AT&T canceled the launch after the House and Senate Intelligence committees raised concerns over the partnership.
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Why The US Thinks Huawei Is A National Security Threat

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Published: 2018-12-17 17:50:45
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