Mar 16, 2012 The Taiwan-based manufacturer will also cut down on excessive overtime. What will this mean for its purchasers -- like Apple -- and consumers?
Feb 20, 2012 A mild-mannered pensioner in China gains national attention for his grumpy-old-man approach to protecting consumers from fraudulent products.
Feb 17, 2012 Economist and blogger Barry Ritholtz is getting tired of watching Greece do its Sisyphus impersonation.
Heidi N. Moore
Feb 17, 2012 Economic data indicate our economy is warming up. But how might Europe's problems affect America's recovery?
Feb 16, 2012 A court in China has ruled that Apple may not call its tablet device an "iPad" within the country. A Chinese company has rights over the name.
Feb 16, 2012 For General Motors, the European debt crisis has just piled on the ongoing problem of too much supply, and not enough demand for their cars in Europe.
Feb 16, 2012 As the U.S. economy improves measurably, Europe slips into crisis mode.
Feb 15, 2012 The soon to be president of China is visiting the U.S. this week, and today he is in Iowa. It turns out, he's been there before.
Feb 15, 2012 China's vice president Xi Jinping met with corporate leaders at U.S. Chamber of Commerce as part of his Washington trip. Each side has put on a smile about their economic relationship, but that hasn't hid the tensions beneath the surface.