The car-sharing service Uber reported in June it is receiving one million requests for rides every day in China.
The United States’ job market has millions of unfilled jobs.
One of the world’s largest banks, HSBC, is planning to dismiss up to 50,000 employees.
Basketball star Michael Jordan’s lawyers said last Friday they will take a case to China’s supreme court.
The American technology company Google recently set up its first campus in Asia.
A proposed 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal has failed in its first major test in the United States Congress.
A group of international aid, religious and other groups is calling for debt cancellation for Nepal.
The social network Facebook reported that it now has 1.44 billion monthly active users (MAU) worldwide.
Western advertising and public relations agencies are increasingly joining with African advertising companies.
Chinese officials have predicted lower economic growth again this year.