Corporate News

Factories make unexpected legacy for Ivanka Trump in China

Jan 26, 2018

Apple Inc. and Ivanka Trump's brand both rely on Chinese suppliers criticized for workplace abuses but have taken contrasting approaches to the problems, leaving workers with dramatically different experiences

Apple vs. Ivanka Trump: Competing ethics collide in China

Jan 25, 2018

Apple Inc. and Ivanka Trump's brand both rely on Chinese suppliers that have been criticized for workplace abuses, but they've taken contrasting approaches to supply chain problems

EU, Sweden call for China to release detained publisher

Jan 24, 2018

The European Union has joined Sweden in calling for China's immediate release of a Swedish book publisher who was taken off a train in front of his country's diplomats by Chinese police 4 days ago

China tries to quell protests over failed investment scheme

Jan 24, 2018

Police in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing police say they have detained 11 people for setting up social media accounts to organize protests over the collapse of an investment scheme that took as much as $4.7 billion from depositors

Apple supplier denies charges of unsafe, unclean conditions

Jan 17, 2018

Apple supplier in eastern China denies labor group allegations that workers toil for ten-hour shifts in loud, unsafe, polluted conditions

Asian stocks advance as investors look ahead to US earnings

Jan 16, 2018

Asian stock markets have risen following a holiday for US markets as investors look ahead to American corporate earnings reports

Israeli premier on 6-day visit to India to deepen ties

Jan 14, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins his first visit to India to promote defense, trade and energy ties.

Helicopter crashes on way to Indian oil rig, killing 5

Jan 13, 2018

A helicopter carrying employees of an Indian oil company to an off-shore rig in the Arabian Sea has crashed, killing five people and leaving another two missing

China's trade with North Korea plunges as sanctions tighten

Jan 12, 2018

China's trade with North Korea is plunging as U.N. sanctions imposed over its nuclear and missile development tightened

China auto sales shrink in December, end year up 1.4 percent

Jan 12, 2018

China's auto sales shrank in December and ended the year up just 1.4 percent over 2016

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