American chip manufacturer Marvell recently informed its human resources department will dismiss many global employees with nearly 800 employees in China set to lose
Chinese manufacturers and suppliers are in for some heat as China's largest Internet sourcing platform goes after derelicts and bad eggs.
Rolls-Royce has been stung by bribery and corruption allegations involving intermediaries related to its acquisition and delivery of contracts and work in China.
French supermarket retailer Carrefour has spent CNY5 million to build a new food safety testing center in Shanghai.
Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba has announced plans to launch a CNY3 billion housing loan scheme for its employees and a CNY500 million education
Greenpeace released new evidence that it claims shows sportswear companies like U.S.-based Nike and China-based Li Ning are contributing to Chinese river pollution.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged IBM with funneling gifts, cash, and entertainment to government officials in South Korea and China.
The chief executive officer and chief operating officer of Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba.com Limited have resigned after the company admitted that about 100 of
U.S.-based Starbucks Coffee Company signed memorandum of understanding deals in China to assist local farmers to develop better sustainability practices.
More than 1,000 suppliers, publishers, and Internet retailers, including Dangdang.com, Microsoft, Aigo, Wyeth, Lock & Lock, Commercial Press, and the People's Literature Publishing House,