Zalando SE is a European e-commerce company based in Berlin, Germany. The company follows a platform approach, offering fashion and lifestyle products to customers in 17 European markets. Zalando was founded in Germany in 2008.

The Swedish company Kinnevik is Zalando’s largest stakeholder, with a 21% share.

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Zoom Video Communications

Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (stylized as zoom or simply Zoom) is an American communications technology company headquartered in San Jose, California. It provides videotelephony and online chat services through a cloud-based peer-to-peer software platform and is used for teleconferencing, telecommuting, distance education, and social relations.[4][5]



ZTE Corporation is a Chinese partially state-owned technology company that specializes in telecommunication. Founded in 1985, ZTE is listed on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges.[2]

ZTE operates carrier networks, terminals, and telecommunication.[3] Its core business is wireless, exchange, access[which?], optical transmission, data telecommunications gear, telecommunications software, and mobile phones.[4]

It also offers video on demand and streaming media.[5][6] ZTE primarily sells products under its own name, but it is also an OEM.[7] ZTE is one of the top five largest smartphone manufacturers in its home market.[8][needs update]

The company has faced criticism in the United States over potential ties to the Chinese government that could enable surveillance. In 2017, ZTE was fined for illegally exporting U.S. technology to Iran and North Korea in violations of economic sanctions.[9] In April 2018, after the company failed to properly reprimand the employees involved, the U.S. Department of Commerce banned U.S. companies (semiconductors) from exporting to ZTE for seven years. The ban was lifted in July 2018 after ZTE replaced its senior management, and agreed to pay additional fines and establish an internal compliance team for 10 years.[10][11] In June 2020, the Federal Communications Commission designated ZTE a national security threat, thereby barring it from any U.S. subsidies.