Apple stock could see a 10 percent boost from increased demand in China, Steve Milunovich of UBS says.
Samsung is working on creating its own mobile operating system, which could help it rediscover its lost mojo, reports Re/code.
U.S. Treasurys gained on Wednesday morning, with longer-dated notes rising faster than shorter ones.
Family-run firms constitute up to 90 percent of the world’s economy and it’s in developing and emerging countries where they are most important.
China and the U.S. made common cause on Wednesday against the threat of climate change, staking out an ambitious joint plan.
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While weakness in South Korea's exports may get laid at the feet of the weak yen, the real cause is likely further afield, Capital Economics said.
President Obama announced the plan to extend Chinese visas to students and tourists will boost jobs, reports USA Today.
Construction in China's version of Manhattan stalled as the financial crisis hit the country, NBC News reports.
Analysts say Alibaba will break e-commerce records on Tuesday, China's annual Singles' Day shopping frenzy.
President Obama says the American economy is primed for "steadier, more sustained growth."
Wal-Mart doesn't expect its growth in China will be hampered by rivals' push into the mainland market via e-commerce.
As Washington seeks to expand American interests in Asia, some U.S. partners have shown less willingness to challenge Beijing.
Australia said on Saturday it was pleased with progress on a long-planned free trade agreement with China.
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The author takes a look at the economics and the social stigmas of paternity leave for males and females. The NY Times reports.
Economic troubles at the only remaining rival bidder for the 2022 Olympics have left an open path for Beijing to host again.
Hamburger chain Wendy's reported a 20 percent drop in quarterly revenue as it sold more company-owned stores to franchisees.
DirecTV, the No. 1 U.S. satellite TV provider, reported a 6.3 percent rise in third-quarter revenue as it earned more from each subscriber in the U.S.