Bankruptcies may be looming in a country with too many storefronts and a rising tide of online shopping choices.
The Chinese government wants its state-run military suppliers to grow their civilian divisions after raising money on capital markets.
Free Internet services and a weakening Chinese economy raise doubts about growth prospects for the world's biggest mobile-phone carrier
This week's big sales promotion soured as state media fielded and repeated consumer complaints about the online shopping site
The latest annual rare earths quota affects state-owned mining companies and their American and Australian competitors.
Immigration consultants are encouraging these wealthy Chinese to invest in the United States in exchange for that sought-after green card.
Authorities hope to untangle the chaotic web of pipes buried under China’s cities, which is good news for pipe manufacturers
Pfizer's hard-fought control of the erectile dysfunction drug market in China is about to end, cheering its local rivals
One year into a market reform campaign for China's state-owned railroad, customer tempers and freight rates are rising
China is supplying stuffed toy versions of the tournament's armadillo mascot and other trinkets.