Hainan is a tourist area, but to Microsoft it could be the key to broader relations with China's government.
You'd think Chinese consumers would boycott Samsung after charges that it mistreated Chinese workers. You'd be wrong.
Its efforts in the resource-rich continent are outstripping American competitors.
New leaders come from the same Communist Party, could shake things up to consolidate reputations and gain respect from competing factions.
Sino-foreign joint ventures that once looked attractive will cool quickly if capacity spills too far over.
Chinese shares sold off after Beijing sucked money out of the system following the Lunar New Year. Here's what will happen if China decides to tighten monetary policy on a longer-term basis.
The nation's pollution worsened with the incessant explosion of New Year's fireworks, despite what officials say.
Beijing's goal is to reward other regions for being friends of China or to inspire more support for its currency over the U.S. dollar.
Being screwed is not the only problem with Sino-foreign private equity deals.
China's new leaders want to cool down growth in the world's second-largest economy. That doesn't mean they'll get their way.