Our new Marketplace Crash Course is here to help. Sign-up for free, learn at your own pace.
One entrepreneur is placing her bets on a paid online listening service for women.
Women in China have taken to social media to push back against having one more child.
Some Chinese couples aren't interested in having more than one child, while unmarried woman aren't allowed to have children at all.
Besides the high costs of raising children, the cost of living is often cited as one of the key deterrents for young parents.
The country's workforce has shrunk 3 percent from 2012 to 2017; now its economy is slowing.
Services promise men can get women even if they're not tall, handsome or rich.