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  • Top national, international business stories of 2014

    Top national, international business stories of 2014
    So many stories, so hard to choose a top 12. The world of business didn't disappoint in 2014, with megadeals, a fictional assassination plot, hacking and new agreements to clear the air dominating the news. Long-suffering Detroit took a big step...
  • Chinese entrepreneurs aim to become technology power players

    Alibaba was just the beginning: Get ready to hear a lot more about Chinese tech companies. China's technology industry, much like China in general, is undergoing a transformation. Entrepreneurs speak of an innovation "golden age" fueled by a mobile-...
  • Work gets underway on stalled Fig Central complex near L.A. Live

    Work gets underway on stalled Fig Central complex near L.A. Live
    A skyline-altering retail, residential and hotel complex with three high-rise towers in the bustling South Park neighborhood in downtown Los Angeles is finally moving forward. Chinese developer Oceanwide Real Estate Group began leveling several...
  • In China, civil service jobs lose some appeal amid graft crackdown

    In China, civil service jobs lose some appeal amid graft crackdown
    Careless spending at expensive restaurants, top-shelf booze and quality cigarettes are off limits. Rules have been tightened on housing allotments and travel. Also verboten or frowned upon: nightclubs and executive MBA sessions at top universities....
  • Traveling while black created a stir in China

    Traveling while black created a stir in China
    During a recent trip to China, my family and I caused quite a commotion in the Forbidden City. It also happened at the terra-cotta warriors museum and again in Tiananmen Square. In Beijing, we were strolling in the palace courtyard when suddenly we were...
  • Beijing's old backstreets are right up too many tourists' alley

    Beijing's old backstreets are right up too many tourists' alley
    Almost every morning, Liu Yunjiang prepares a show for strangers at his house in one of Beijing's oldest neighborhoods. He starts by tending to his birds — cockatiels, pigeons and mynas he's taught to cry "Hello" in Mandarin — and then he...
  • Chinese access to Gmail cut, regulators blamed

    Chinese access to Google's Gmail has been blocked amid government efforts to limit or possibly ban access, which are popular among Chinese who seek to avoid government monitoring. Data from Google's Transparency Report show online traffic from China...
  • Normalizing relations with Cuba a positive step

    Normalizing relations with Cuba a positive step
    Before anyone gets too bent out of shape over President Obama's effort to normalize relations with Cuba, consider all the presents bought and received this holiday season with the label "Made in China." In case anyone has forgotten, China has occupied...
  • Gmail access blocked in China months after crackdown began

    Officials in China appear to have blocked access to Google email, months after a crackdown on the Internet giant’s myriad services began. According to data from Google’s Transparency Report, Gmail traffic in China dropped sharply starting...
  • In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air

    In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air
    Sitting at a desk in his small office here, Ma Jun, one of China's best-known environmental advocates, shows off his latest tool in the fight against the nation's crippling air pollution: a computer app. Displayed on a tablet, the app shows a map of...
  • Witnesses, state media: Sequence of errors led to Shanghai stampede that killed 36

    On New Year's Eve of 2013, Shanghai authorities sent about 6,000 city police officers and requested help from military police to manage a 300,000-strong crowd that filled the city's famed riverfront for the annual midnight light show. According to state...