Corporate India Finds Greener Pastures—in Africa

To avoid stiff competition and red tape at home, companies are looking across the Indian Ocean By Mehul Srivastava and […]

Asia Trounces the World in IPOs

The U.S. share sinks to an all-time-low of 11 percent while India, China, and Malaysia roll out myriad initial public […]

Chinese Supercomputer Likely to Prompt Unease in U.S.

By DON CLARK A newly built supercomputer in China appears poised to take the world performance lead, another sign of […]

Silicon Valley VCs eye Asia for IPOs

By Financial Times Venture capitalists are leaning toward Asian start-ups. Silicon Valley’s venture capital industry is coming to rely on […]

Seoul Near Sale of Bank Stake

Woori Privatization Would End Bailout From Asian Crisis; Hana Circles By SE YOUNG LEE South Korea is expected to start […]

Apple Opens Chinese App Store

By LORETTA CHAO BEIJING—Apple Inc. announced Tuesday that it launched an online store and a simplified-Chinese version of its App […]

Rising Materials Prices Pressure P&G

By ANJALI CORDEIRO P&G chief Bob McDonald said Wednesday U.S. consumer demand is still ‘dampened.’ Procter & Gamble Co.’s fiscal […]

Treasury Links Foreclosure Ills to Lower Housing Prices

By SEWELL CHAN WASHINGTON — The uncertainty over the legal status of foreclosed homes in the nation could further depress […]

Glaxo to Pay $750 Million for Sale of Bad Products

By GARDINER HARRIS and DUFF WILSON GlaxoSmithKline, the British drug giant, has agreed to pay $750 million to settle criminal […]

Exxon’s Profit Rises 55%, Helped by Higher Oil Prices

By REUTERS HOUSTON (Reuters) — The Exxon Mobil Corporation, the world’s largest publicly traded oil company, said Thursday that its […]

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