How a small company hoping to step into China’s medical market was blocked by a powerful technology gatekeeper.
Move to ban students linked to the Chinese Army, other restrictions could drive away immigrant talent pool, schools warn.
As Trump and Congress make trouble for Chinese stocks, some investors see dangers for global capital markets.
Investors in U.S. markets are shrugging off the risks that come with companies based in China, despite growing tensions and warnings from American regulators.
The White House and Congress are moving to ban some of China’s biggest companies from the U.S. on national security grounds.
Luckin Coffee was supposed to be China's answer to Starbucks. Its U.S.-listed stock reached $51 a share, and sophisticated investors like BlackRock and J.P. Morgan Chase were cheering it on. Then, after an anonymous report detailed the lack of foot traffic and sales, short-sellers got...