Managers of office buildings overseas are seeing an increasing number of business opportunities amid a faltering economic recovery.
Chinese industry regulators are studying whether Taobao Mall engaged in a monopoly, after a group of vendors launched a protest last month.
China's PMI dropped to 50.4 percent in October after rising for two consecutive months, down 0.8 percentage point from September.
Steel companies made low profits in the first three quarters of this year, restricted by rising costs and decreased demand.
Trading volumes for the precious metal have been soaring this year.
Chen Yan's first cruise was four years ago and somewhat different from his next one, in November.
China's two largest train makers, CSR and CNR, posted disappointing financial results Saturday.
Dell Inc's personal computer market share is declining worldwide but its top management doesn't seem worried.
Despite the rise in the price of sugar nationally over recent years, life is not so sweet for China's sugar cane farmers.
Supplying mobile security has become a red-hot sector of the tech industry as more people make cell phones an integral part of their daily lives.
China Southern Airlines was forced to suspend the operation of its first Airbus A380 superjumbo Saturday due to a mechanical fault.
Shi Lijuan was almost at her wit's end when she went looking for office space for the company she partly owns, Beijing Yongcheng Law Firm.