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Apple Gears Up for iCar -- Weekly News
Weekly News Roundup

Apple Gears Up for iCar -- Weekly News

Plus: Instagram hits a major milestone.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Uber Launches a New Carpooling Service in China
Uber

Uber Launches a New Carpooling Service in China

The service allows drivers to pick up passengers on their way to and from work.
Laura Entis
Lyft Announces Partnership With China's Largest Ridesharing Company
Partnerships

Lyft Announces Partnership With China's Largest Ridesharing Company

Two of Uber's biggest competitors just teamed up.
Laura Entis
China Calls U.S. Hacking Accusations 'Groundless'
China

China Calls U.S. Hacking Accusations 'Groundless'

As American intelligence officials call to beef up cybersecurity, China denies any involvement in hacking.
5 Reasons Why China's Troubles Are Rattling the Global Markets
China

5 Reasons Why China's Troubles Are Rattling the Global Markets

These are just a handful of the issues to consider.
Apple's Tim Cook Attempts to Reassure Investors Amid Market Turmoil
Tim Cook

Apple's Tim Cook Attempts to Reassure Investors Amid Market Turmoil

The CEO of Apple said the company has 'continued to experience strong growth' in China this summer.
Everett Rosenfeld
Airbnb Is Going After the Exploding Market of Chinese Travelers
Airbnb

Airbnb Is Going After the Exploding Market of Chinese Travelers

The accommodations rental site says outbound travel from China on the platform has grown 700 percent in the past year.
Catherine Clifford
4 Reasons to Pivot Your Business Toward Asia
Asia

4 Reasons to Pivot Your Business Toward Asia

Asia is an untapped market with huge potential, creating opportunities to grow businesses in a multitude of industries.
Zach Cutler
Report: Chinese Hackers Attack U.S. Travel Industry
Hacks

Report: Chinese Hackers Attack U.S. Travel Industry

American Airlines and the reservation processing company Sabre Corp. have been targeted in the latest round of security breaches.
Laura Entis
China Seeks to Control the Web and Your Business Is Caught in the Middle
China

China Seeks to Control the Web and Your Business Is Caught in the Middle

American businesses cannot stay neutral in what is clearly now an all-out war over the future of the worldwide Internet.
Ray Hennessey
In Online Sales Push, Wal-Mart Buys Out Chinese Ecommerce Firm
Acquisitions

In Online Sales Push, Wal-Mart Buys Out Chinese Ecommerce Firm

The investment will help Wal-Mart target China's fast-growing online market at a time when largely brick and mortar retailers are feeling the pinch of competition from online rivals and a slowing of the world's second-largest economy.
Rumor, Manipulation and Change: 5 Founders' Views on the Chinese Economy
China

Rumor, Manipulation and Change: 5 Founders' Views on the Chinese Economy

Government manipulation of economic data may be one reason for widespread pessimism.
Ryan McMunn
By the Numbers: Amazon vs. Alibaba (Infographic)
Infographics

By the Numbers: Amazon vs. Alibaba (Infographic)

As Amazon prepares to celebrate its 20th birthday, here's a look at how it stacks up against the Chinese ecommerce giant.
Catherine Clifford
What China's Stock Market Troubles Mean for U.S. Entrepreneurs
Stocks

What China's Stock Market Troubles Mean for U.S. Entrepreneurs

The situation could have major implications for American companies that manufacture in the world's second-largest economy.
Laura Entis