- New Intel Fund Targets Chinese Tech Firms
Riding on the success of Intel's initial China fund, the U.S. chip maker set aside US＄ 500 million for start-ups in wireless broadband and other fields.
- China's Power Firms Face Mounting Losses
One of China's largest electricity producers suffered a first quarter loss due to higher coal prices. The rest of the industry is feeling the pinch as well.
- The Ping An-Fortis Deal: Who Really Wins?
China's Ping An Insurance chose a turbulent time to buy a big stake in Fortis for its first overseas investment, and boost that stake just months later.
- Developer Wakes from Billionaire Dream
With the failure of Evergrande Real Estate's initial public offering, Xu Jiayin quest to become the richest man in China suffered a major setback.
- CCB head Guo Shuqing: BOA Won't Pull out
In an exclusive interview with Caijing, Guo Shuqing, chairman of China Construction Bank (CCB), one of China’s "Big Four" state-owned banks, talked about plunging real estate prices, the stock market, and opportunities for the bank to make acquisitions overseas.