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Turns out trading the 2008 Olympics has required the fortitude and endurance of a world class athlete. As we reach the homestretch what should be your gameplan?
Which beverage maker will win the gold in 2008? Coca-Cola Chairman Neville Isdell told CNBC that sponsoring the Beijing Olympic games gives Coke the world's biggest marketing stage.
With GM on the verge of soon exporting Buick Enclaves to China, I'm reminded of the people who e-mail me on a regular basis about "China sucking the life out of the American automakers." That's a paraphrase, but you get the point.
Leading up to the Beijing Olympics, CNBC asked the experts how to capitalize on China’s economic growth.
Beijing is ready to expand an already drastic pollution-cutting scheme by taking more cars off the roads and shutting more factories if air quality remains a problem during the Olympic Games, state media said on Monday.
China will use a variety of tools, including interest rates, to stabilize growth and keep the world's fourth-largest economy on an even keel, the central bank said on Sunday.
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The Dow finished only modestly higher on Friday after better-than-expected consumer sentiment and falling oil prices failed to really ignite investor optimism.
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Protests against China's policies at home and abroad, as well as marketing techniques used by companies that are not official Olympic sponsors, have made the Beijing games a risky proposition for some sponsors.
One of Beijing's most important subway lines seized up on Monday when the mass of passengers forced workers to close off entrances for safety on the first working day of pre-Olympic traffic restrictions.
The 60 million-member Chinese Communist Party, host of the biggest and most expensive Olympics ever, really wants to welcome you to Beijing. But there are a few rules it wants you to know about.
Top Asian oil refiner Sinopec estimated that its net profit in the first half of this year would fall by more than 50% compared with the same period a year ago after soaring crude prices pushed its refining business deep into the red.
In Thursday’s Web Extra the traders talk China – now growing at its slowest pace since 2005. Also Pete Najarian has more fun with Pharma.
China's economy slowed in the second quarter under the weight of slower exports and a drive by the central bank to tighten credit, but inflationary pressures remained uncomfortably high, the government said on Thursday.
As global demand for oil slows supply should build. Does that mean the energy bull has run its course. Basically, yes. Click here to find out more and tells us what you think!
Yum Brands, parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC, on Wednesday posted a 5 percent rise in quarterly profit, but shares fell more than 5 percent as rising commodity prices ate into restaurant margins in the United States and China.
A massive algae bloom that threatened the Olympic Games sailing venue at the Chinese coastal resort of Qingdao has now almost been cleared, state media reported on Wednesday.
Zhou Zhilian is one of thousands of entrepreneurs for whom the Olympic Games next month represent more a missed opportunity than a chance to cash in on the influx of visitors expected to pour into Beijing.
One of China's biggest steelmakers, Shougang, has announced it will slash production at its Beijing plant, bowing to pressure to help clean the city's grimy skies for the Olympic Games.