Chinese baby traffickers argued they did the right thing. They took abandoned girls to orphanages, and now they have a better life. Yes, they profited. But as they described it, money encouraged them to do the right thing. Read their story.
Are you shocked to hear about China's questionable adoption practices? Read the reactions of some Americans who have adopted Chinese babies. And share your thoughts on Scott Tong's coverage of Chinese adoptions.
When a bank fails the FDIC comes in to clean up the mess, and it's a costly proposition. So the FDIC is looking for new ways to recoup funds. Dan Bobkoff reports on a new solution in an Ohio courtroom.
A Chinese court has sentenced four Rio Tinto employees up to 14 years in prison for accepting bribes and stealing commercial secrets. Amy Scott reports on what the ruling means for multinationals doing business in China.
Some in the business world see the prison sentence of a top Rio Tinto executive as a severe wake-up call to those who engage in bribery and other illegal business practices in China. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong.