A woman was fined 100 yuan ($15.70) for insisting on using her cell phone when a plane she was on was landing on Sunday, according to a local media report.
China's Big Four State-owned banks extended almost the same amount in loans in August as in the previous month.
Beijing's main Olympic venues are still operating more than four years after the Games closed, the People's Daily has reported.
The State Administration of Foreign Exchange granted $500 million in new quotas in August for the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors scheme.
The People's Bank of China said it would launch pilot projects for mobile payment services in China's rural areas, the China Securities Journal reported.
The government is investigating a search engine war between Web browser company Qihoo 360 Technology Co and China’s biggest search engine Baidu.com.
Volkswagen China broke ground on a new gearbox plant in the western area of Tianjin's Economic-Technological Development Area on Friday.
It is called the Gate of the Orient, a new 300 meter high sky scraper, is gaining a towering following online after being dubbed the "long underpants".
A latest report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) shows that falling prices of companies in the West are leading Chinese enterprises to invest in Europe and North America.
Holzer Holzer & Fistel, LLC, a law firm based in the United States, announced on Wednesday that it is launching a class law suit against New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc..
China's largest domestic automaker Chery would recall 18,875 vehicles sold in Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Argentina and Singapore due to a problem with asbestos.
Leading e-commerce website 360buy.com's revenue from its online pharmacy business is approaching $15.80 million.