US-based venture capitalist Tim Draper has started a two-month program - known as Draper University - to develop young entrepreneurs who want to build companies to change the world.
With California Governor Jerry Brown recently wrapping up a trade mission through China, 48 Chinese executives have made their own trek to California to scout for investment opportunities in the United States.
Cui Tiankai, the new Chinese ambassador to the United States, and Bill Burns, US deputy secretary of state, greet one another at a reception to welcome Cui at the Chinese embassy in Washington on Wednesday.
Nutritional-supplement maker NBTY Inc has formed an alliance with Qin Shan Tang to be the exclusive distributor on the mainland of the company's product.
A $1.5 waterfront development in Oakland, California, will break ground next year thanks to investment from a Chinese real estate developer.
If investor Warren Buffett was to buy bankrupt Chinese solar-panel maker Suntech Power, it would "open doors to potential investment opportunities in China's utility and energy sectors", an analyst said.
Google Inc, the US search giant, plans to boost its operations in China on display advertising, mobile services and advertising for Chinese exporters.
In the keynote speech at the opening meeting of Lenovo Group's fiscal year, company chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing's favorite phrase was "PC plus.
Climate policy and energy investment were two major topics of discussion during Californian Governor Brown's trip to China, where environmental concerns are at the forefront.
Chinese officials have called on the United States to reduce barriers to Chinese investment and turn to talks and negotiations to tackle trade disputes between the two sides.
China's economic growth and its commitment to urbanization and globalization are stimulating Chinese investment in the United States, said officials from both countries on Tuesday.
The $1.7 billion deal between one of the biggest homebuilders in the United States, China Development Bank and Chinese Railway Construction Corp to build nearly 12,500 homes in San Francisco has fallen apart.