The US coal industry shouldn't continue to count on China as a major export market, according to a report which is drawing criticism and skepticism.
Baidu Inc, operator of China's most popular search engine, has developed a prototype for a wearable Internet gadget similar to Google Inc's Glass.
One Chinese restaurant in Southern California is showing people that Chinese food isn't necessarily all about quick takeouts.
The world's largest retailer by sales will open 30 new stores in China and invest nearly 500 million yuan ($80.1 million) to remodel existing ones in the country.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook bowed to pressure from Chinese consumers who demanded an apology over the company's warranty policies in China.
MasterCard Inc has teamed up with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to enhance online payments, making the card issuer the latest US company trying to get a jump on growth in China.
Fifteen years after establishing its hip, W Hotels Worldwide officially arrived on the Chinese mainland with Sunday's opening of the W Hotel in Guangzhou.
Bank of China Ltd, one of China's biggest banks, has officially opened its branch in Chicago on March 22.
Airline increases flights to NYC, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Meticulously organized and filled from floor to ceiling, Paul Singer's modest 2-bedroom apartment in New Jersey for several decades held a small museum of more than 5,000 Chinese art objects, until the self-taught collector's death in 1997.
Jadestone's sales exhibit - "From Curiosity to Devotion" - included Chinese art and artifacts, ranging from religious Buddhist statuettes to secular snuff bottles and hand-carved jade objects.
International games and apps developers are eyeing China, hoping to get a piece of the pie from the second largest games and apps market in the world.