Before Petr Kellner died last month, he was the richest man in the Czech Republic — in large part because of his Home Credit business...
‘Special Purpose Acquisition Companies’ offer Chinese companies what they want: a quick and easy way to get foreign capital and a foreign listing.
LinkedIn is apparently being punished by Chinese internet regulators for not censoring aggressively enough — a particularly inopportune setback for the social media giant's parent...
Curaçao’s fledgling stock exchange intended to attract Latin American companies seeking to raise money from European investors. Instead, Chinese firms came.
During the past year, U.S. corn exports to China have reached record levels. Will the surge last?
If the U.S. is to compete in next generation vehicles, it needs to produce electric vehicles — and also recycle their spent batteries.
A three-year-old e-cigarette company from China went public on the New York Stock Exchange last month. It’s already worth $35 billion.
The country is pumping out electric vehicle startups. Have you heard about Aiways, the first Chinese electric car marketed in Europe?
In 2017, the HNA Group went on a global shopping spree and bought a stake in Deutsche Bank. Now it is heading toward bankruptcy.
Last November, with U.S. sanctions starting to bite, the Chinese telecom giant sold off its Honor smartphone brand — to the state. Why?
A hot, mobile gaming startup was born in Israel. Then Chinese investors, including Jack Ma, bought it. On Friday, it went public on Nasdaq.
China’s answer to GPS can now be found everywhere — from Apple products to countries along the Belt and Road.