Xilinx announces Chief Financial Officer Lorenzo Flores will be leaving the chipmaker. It was announced Friday he would join Toshiba Memory Holdings as vice chairman.
About 2,000 workers at GM's Oshawa plant in Canada are on temporary layoff due to a parts shortage related to the UAW strike, GM Canada says.
Reading recorded in subway connecting two streets and Ho Man Tin station shows subsidence level of 21mm, exceeding preset trigger level of 20mm
Party says Department of Justice issues summons to vice-chairman Isaac Cheng and two others for 'violating executive order' on March 16 Trio had stormed the desk of national anthem bill committee chairman Martin Liao during a public hearing on the proposed law
Daily ridership was 52,111 in first year - more than one-third fewer than the government's estimate of 80,100 But in August passenger numbers plummeted to just 37,623 per day - with mainland tourists staying away amid protests
Bankruptcy isn't a focus of the anticipated debt talks, Bloomberg reports.
McDermott International skyrockets after the engineering and construction company says it has received unsolicited interest to acquire all or part of Lummus Technology, which has been valued at $2.5 billion.
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Nathan Leung, who works for contractor Compass Group, said he was asked to move from bank and that transfer request was tantamount to dismissal But a spokeswoman for the bank rejected his claims, saying Leung was not and had never been an employee of HSBC
Beijing says last year's 'Asian Oscars' were politicised by forces supporting Taiwanese independence Industry watchers say China is not doing its cinema talent any favours by keeping them away from prestigious Taipei event
'Temporary rental adjustments' are being made on a case-by-case basis, Swire Properties says Retailers likely to continue to face a challenging business environment ahead, JLL says
Former top US trade official laments the new view in Washington that cooperation with Beijing has failed, but remains optimistic the two powers can turn their ties around Americans are unnerved by China's use of technology to monitor its population, Zoellick adds, and 'many people in the US find it creepy'
King Salman briefs Chinese president on attacks and says ties between two countries are 'solid and good' Beijing is caught between its biggest source of imported oil and a country with huge market potential, observers say
US demanded China amend domestic laws and proposed establishment of bilateral office to debate Beijing's economic policies, Li Deshui says Trade war is part of a bigger US strategy to contain China by limiting development in key industries, he says
Series of high-profile former US government figures painted a grim portrait of US-China relations, as 14 month trade war rumbles on Comments suggest souring mood in diplomatic and trade policy circles, with many expecting 'a protracted series of on again off again conflicts'
U.S. stock futures are higher as investors debate the Federal Reserve's next policy move and look for progress from the current round of U.S.-China trade talks; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets with Donald Trump at the White House; Apple's iPhone 11 goes on sale across the world; global climate change demonstrations kick off in Australia.
Antipathy between the U.S. and Chinese governments doesn't extend to the Chinese people, who have stepped up their American buying just when you would expect a politically gendered collapse of demand.
Observers say domestic issues prompted Kremlin to tighten environmental protection around the lake in Siberia, but Chinese activities also played a part Businesses catering to growing number of visitors from China may be easy scapegoats as they are 'among the most visible because they are foreign'
Beleaguered company had already been investigating previous incidents for more than five weeks Sabotage comes at a tough time for the group, with local unrest causing reduced passenger numbers and pressure from Beijing
Hong Kong's unique location, regulatory framework and openness make it irreplaceable for foreign investors looking to tap the Chinese onshore market, analysts say
The Hang Seng Index fell 3.4 per cent for the week as the fallout from the protests hurts corporate earnings China's Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.2 per cent on Friday after the loan prime rate was lowered
Tan Kong Yam of the Nanyang Technological University said the economic confrontation has roiled other economies more than the US and China He added that the trade war could end up being a 'sideshow' as the real struggle is the battle for supremacy in technology between Washington and Beijing
Hong Kong-based Goldin Financial Holdings abandoned site and forfeited HK$25 million deposit less than a month after winning the bid Hong Kong's worst political crisis in decades has pushed analysts to cut valuations
China Investment Corporation (CIC) saw a 2.35 per cent negative return on its overseas investment portfolio in 2018 in contrast to the gain of 17.6 per cent in 2017 Fund general manager Ju Weimin says trade tensions have led to a 'more cautious view' of the situation in the United States, which 'we are watching closely'
Beijing's recent decision to remove quotas on the QFII and RQFII schemes carries only symbolic significance as the programmes are quickly becoming obsolete, say analysts The programmes' popularity has declined as investors have turned increasingly to the stock connect and its bond equivalents
Banks, insurers and brokerages will receive up to 60 million yuan (US$8.46 million) in subsidies to buy office properties in Lingang, the new part of the FTZ Shanghai doubled the size of its FTZ last month by including part of Lingang, a previously untapped area linked to the Yangshan deep water port