China remains a buyer-beware market, albeit an improving one.
Beijing-based IT superstar Lenovo, despite a record of smooth expansion, stands to lose the most from China's slowdown in smartphone shipments. Here's why.
Domestic investment has grown for four straight months. Bank credit is accelerating on appetite from smaller companies. Does this look like a recession?
An agreement extending the validity of visas for business travel, tourism and study between the U.S. and China should benefit U.S. hoteliers and airlines.
China is poised to let the Shanghai-listed shares of 568 big Chinese companies trade on the Hong Kong exchange. But that will eventually weaken foreign institutions with special quotas.
China has run an aggressive space program since 1999 to stoke national pride and perhaps someday control resources as its own supplies are depleted.
Google is a likely long-term client for HTC because the Silicon Valley software giant depends on contracts for hardware and said this year it is building its Taiwan staff.
China's boost to domestic coal producers doesn’t mean pollution cleanup is over. As the industry weakens, Chinese officials are first pushing back against Australian and American competitors.
You'd never know a second week of protests in the streets has begun in Hong Kong.
A disruptive long-term occupation of the Asian financial hub's Central district or a series of violent incidents could cut deeper into the economy as investors and tourists avoid the territory.