From the 60 Minutes archives: Huawei

From the 60 Minutes archives: Huawei

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Huawei’s Founder Speaks To BBC

Our company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, spoke to a journalist from the BBC at Huawei’s headquarters. He patiently answered questions after questions, setting t

Marc Dreier: The Swindler

To understand how Bernard Madoff could have done what he did, listen to so-called "mini-Madoff" Ponzi schemer Marc Dreier tell Steve Kroft in his first televisi

2014: Tesla and SpaceX — Elon Musk's industrial empire

So many children dream of fast cars and rocket ships, but few actually grow up to build them – and change the world in the process. Subscribe to the "60 Minu

Shale cowboys: fracking under Trump - Docu - 2017

Having your own energy sources is an important weapon in the world economy. Since 2013, the United States has made important foes of fossil-rich opponents like

Huawei arrest halting Chinese firms' Canadian expansion plans | Power & Politics

Several Chinese automakers have put plans to expand into Canada on hold after the arrest of Chinese telecom giant Huawei's CFO, according to the president of th

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Jeffrey Wigand: The big tobacco whistleblower

The 1996 Mike Wallace interview that inspired Hollywood's "The Insider" and changed big tobacco forever. Subscribe to the "60 Minutes" Channel HERE: http://bit

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Housing and banking expert Martin North North has criticised developers and the housing industry for “throwing up” high-rise buildings at such alarmingly fa

Western spy agencies plotted to ‘contain’ Huawei

The arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada has drawn attention to a meeting that took place in Canada last July, when spy chiefs from the “Five Eyes” i

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Accusations of corruption have led to the arrest of Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and several other princes. In 2001, Alwaleed spoke with 60 Minutes'

Sea of shame (2008) - Plastic bags are choking our oceans | 60 Minutes Australia

Sea turtles have survived for 200 million years. Through the age of dinosaurs, the ice age, and the stone age. But it's the plastic age that may just wipe them

Trump says he wants 5G in the U.S. soon, but not from China

President Trump tweeted this morning that he wants to see 5G technology in the U.S., but he wants it to come from American companies, not China. "CBS This Morni

The great Australian population debate | 60 Minutes Australia

Australia is currently growing at more than twice the rate of America, the United Kingdom, and even China. Many politicians and economists say big is not only b

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The Financial Chief of Huawei was detained in Canada at the request of the United States. It's been called the crown jewel of the Chinese technology industry,

Canada doing U.S. bidding in Huawei case, economist says

American economist Jeffrey D. Sachs says Canada is doing the Trump administration's bidding in its handling of the Huawei case. To read more:

The deadliest place on earth: Snake Island | 60 Minutes Australia

Ilha de Queimada Grande, better known as ‘Snake Island,’ is a tiny pocket of land off the coast of Brazil. Home to 4000 Golden Lancehead Vipers, one of the

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 th

The runaway princess of Dubai: Part one | 60 Minutes Australia

Four and a half months ago, Princess Latifa - the daughter of Dubai’s all-powerful ruler, Sheikh Mohammed - made a daring escape from the UAE. Yet for all the