Chinese consumers have a voracious appetite for all things Apple, but the appealing gadgets and computers are also attracting increasing controversy.
The aircraft market will continue to be strong in 2012, says the top executive of Boeing Co.
Eli Lilly and Co is looking for local distribution partners in China.
The US Department of Commerce recently made a supplementary ruling over the countervailing investigation into high-pressure steel cylinders from China demanding an increase in duty for Chinese exporters to 24.21 percent.
Lin has swept up one of his first major endorsement deals since his meteoric rise to basketball fame.
Foxconn said it was heartened by the retraction of a US radio station's program involving fabricated statements about its factories on Monday.
Linsanity is making its mark on business in the Chinese mainland.
China should propose the initiation of talks on a free trade agreement with the United States.
Baidu's U.S. R&D announceds on March 15 that it is going to tap into top engineering talent in Silicon Valley as part of its globalization strategy.
McDonald's China made an apology through its official micro blog.
A man threatening to smash his 27-inch iMac outside an Apple outlet on Shanghai's Middle Huaihai Road was soon asked to come into the store.
Robert Hormats says he is optimistic about the economic relationship between the US and China.