China

Leadership

China's Most Successful Businesswoman Has Not Taken a Day Off in 27 Years

In China, she is famously known as 'Sister Dong' and her career path has certainly been an interesting one.
Michael Jordan

China's Top Court Rules in Michael Jordan's Favor in Trademark Case

'Chinese consumers deserve to know that Qiaodan Sports and its products have no connection to me.'
Facebook

Facebook Builds Censorship Tool to Get Back Into China

The social giant developed software that suppresses posts from appearing in people's news feeds in specific geographies.
Ecommerce

9 Tips to Crack Ecommerce From Alibaba's Stellar Singles' Day Event

The Chinese ecommerce company made more than $17 billion in sales this year.
Luxury Cars

You Won't Believe This Luxe New Car Is a Volvo

It has a built-in refrigerator and crystal glassware.
Apple

In China, Some Apple Users Opt for iPhone Makeover Rather Than Buy New

One Samsung user wrote online that 'an exploding Note 7 is still better than an un-innovative iPhone 7.'
International Business

Will Facebook Ever Break into China?

How can U.S. businesses find success in a complex environment like China's?
Apple

The Reason Apple's Next R&D Center Is Coming to Shenzen, China's Hardware Hub

The Shenzhen hub follows a similar plan for a center in Beijing, and comes as Apple is looking to bounce back in China.
Technology

Finally: Chinese Telescope to Hunt for Aliens

The world's largest single-dish radio telescope went into operation on Sunday.
China

What Uber's Foray into China Can Teach Other Companies With Similar Ambitions

Here are 3 lessons other U.S. companies seeking to build in China should observe.
Apple

Apple to Increase Investment in Increasingly Tough China

The iPhone maker will build its first Asia-Pacific research and development center in the country.
Tesla

Tesla Just Removed 'Autopilot From Chinese Website -- Here's Why

A driver crashed earlier this month while on a commuter highway after the car failed to avoid a vehicle parked on the left side, partially in the roadway, damaging both cars but causing no injuries.
Electric Cars

Chinese Companies Charging to Take on Tesla

It remains more promise than product, but the electric vehicle sector is drawing more talent from mainstream automakers that are reluctant to go full tilt at the new technology.
Donald Trump

Trump's Business-Friendly Economic Agenda

Trump's plans for tax and regulatory reform could benefit entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporations alike.
Electric Cars

China's LeEco to Invest $1.8 Billion in Electric Car Factory

Non-automakers and start-ups have rushed to begin making electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles as China's central government liberalizes the industry to promote a switch to electricity as an ultimate...
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