Google Inc's purchase of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc for about $12.5 billion could give a boost to Motorola's handset business in China, while possibly pushing phone makers to adopt other mobile operating systems instead of Google's Android platform.
Falling prices for real smartphones is putting such pressure on copycat cell phone makers that many are moving into China's tablet computer market.
Tudou Holdings Ltd, China's second-biggest video website, is attempting a US initial public offering at a 62 percent discount to larger rival Youku.com Inc after equities plunged this month.
One year after the Hong Kong and the mainland monetary authorities further relaxed restrictions on yuan transfers, the city's yuan-denominated bond market has become the talk of the town.
China Minsheng Banking Corp said Tuesday its first-half profits surged 56.98 percent to a record amount due to rising incomes from loans and fees.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell, dragging the benchmark index down for the first time in five days on concern the slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy is failing to cool inflation.
Xtep International Holdings Ltd, a Chinese sportswear maker partly owned by the Carlyle Group, is looking for acquisitions in the clothing and footwear industries to boost production and expand distribution.
China Oil & Foodstuffs Corp (COFCO) Tunhe Co Ltd said it is working with Unilever (China) Co Ltd to improve irrigation systems in its tomato fields in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co, which has almost $2.5 billion in cash, may make its first acquisition outside China by the end of the year, spurred by a plunge in pharmaceutical stocks and a stronger yuan.
China's maritime watchdog said that it plans to sue ConocoPhillips China for oil spills in Bohai Bay that caused widespread environmental damage.
China will achieve a "soft landing" even as growth moderates after the government tightened monetary policy, The Conference Board Inc said as its main indicator for the economy rose.
China's consumption-related sectors, including vehicles and electronic equipment, are set to experience strong growth in investment from Japan, a senior Japanese economic and trade official told China Daily.