In spite of early setbacks in the U.S. and Australia, the Chinese networking and telecom giant ramps up its expansion plans in other countries.
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The world's largest contract manufacturer for handsets has reported a net loss of US$226 million in the first half of 2012 due to shrinking orders from tier-two mobile brands.
After cutting maximum working hours to 60 per week in its three factories in mainland China, Foxconn now faces the danger of losing workers.
Motorola Mobility will increase compensation for retrenched staff in China, but the employees say equal consultation opportunities they demanded have not been granted.
China surpasses United States and makes great strides in wind power generation, becoming world's leading wind-generating country.
Lifeix CEO Xiong Wanli says the company launched its own "Timeline" feature in 2008 before Facebook did likewise in 2011. He adds that U.S. law firms have approached Lifeix to offer their services if the company intends to sue.
Major retailers 360buy.com, Suning, and Gome wage price war over large electronic appliances but fail to win consumers over due to poor execution.
Samsung’s Chinese supplier has been found to be exploiting child labor, according to a U.S. non-governmental organization’s report.
17-year-old boy sold kidney for only 22,000 yuan (US$3,480) to buy iPhone and iPad. Court trial begins on underground chains for illegal trading of organs in China.
Chinese telecom carriers make prominent appearance at Asia's biggest game industry exhibition, as online and mobile game markets boom.
Salary of some couriers estimated to be over five times of minimum wages in some key Chinese cities where residents are crazy about online shopping.
Lenovo will soon overtake HP to lead the world PC market, but the low profit margins and increasing competition from other product segments loom over its future growth.
Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) to file formal protest with U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission, claims Chinese solar firms have helped create local jobs and support economy.
China's largest telecom equipment maker knocks off Ericsson from pole position after posting first-half 2012 revenue that outstrips the latter.
Debt-ridden Proview Technology, which earned US$60 million in iPad trademark settlement in China, was sued by its legal advisor over failure to pay attorney's fees in the case.