KFC Sues Over Food Safety Rumors in China
Lawsuits say three Chinese companies used WeChat social media app to spread false rumors about deformed chickens.
Expedia Sells China Stakes
The online travel site is one of several companies that have recently relinquished majority ownership of Chinese ventures.
Trade Deficit Largest Since 2008
Gap between U.S. imports and exports likely means that U.S. GDP actually contracted in the first quarter.
Cheating Incident Jolts Faith in Chinese Cyber Security Firm
China's largest cyber security firm cheated on antivirus evaluation tests, say three testing labs that certified the company's products.
Wal-Mart Will Take Its Time in China
While China is a "top priority," the retailer's same-store sales in China dropped 2.3% in the fourth quarter.
State-Owned Chinese Company Defaults
Baoding Tianwei misses a deadline to pay roughly $14 million in interest due on $242 million of bonds.
Executive Order Targets Overseas Hackers
President Obama says he will use diplomatic engagement, trade policy tools, and law enforcement mechanisms to fight against cyber-security threats.
OECD Urges China to ‘Adjust Economic Model’
The risks for China are "mostly [to] the downside" and state-owned enterprises are “creating barriers to the expansion of private firms,” says the OECD.
China’s Economic Slowdown Continues
Industrial production, retail sales, and fixed-asset investment all grew more slowly in the first two months of 2015.
America on Top
U.S. finance chiefs lead the way in optimism about the economy, according to the latest Duke/CFO global outlook survey.
Apple Accused of Exploiting Overseas Workers
China Labor Watch says Apple must take more responsibility for improving labor conditions; Apple says it has.