Hello! Here’s everything you need to know on Thursday.
1. Canada has arrested Huawei’s chief financial officer. US officials have been investigating Huawei over alleged violations of the country’s sanctions on Iran and are seeking to extradite Meng Wanzhou.
2. Senators from both sides now believe the Saudi crown prince was “complicit” in the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. They have introduced a resolution to hold the crown prince accountable for human rights abuses.
3. Key lawmakers agree that President Donald Trump does not have legal authority to withdraw the US from the North American Free Trade Agreement. Lawmakers warned of the “disruptive” economic effect that a sudden NAFTA withdrawal could have.
4. The UK Parliament published a trove of top-secret Facebook executive emails. The hundreds of pages of documents provide an unprecedented window into Facebook leadership’s approach to competition and growth.
5. Clues suggest China could be behind a massive hack of Marriott Hotels’ database. 500 million customers had their records exposed in the hack.
6. Traderswere spooked by unexpected trading halts in US stock futures. Unexplained moves and a market intervention by the world’s biggest futures exchange has not help calm investors.
7. Australia is set to pass legislation that would give authorities access to encrypted information. Big tech companies, like Facebook, Amazon and Apple, have warned the move could set a dangerous precedent.
8. Microsoft’s lawyer says the tech-giant will work with the US military on weaponizing artificial intelligence. He noted that artificial intelligence is “entering the world of militaries around the world.”
10. Two marine corps aircraft have been involved in a “mishap” over Japan. A search and rescue operation is reportedly underway.
And finally …
NOW WATCH: Briefing videos
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.