Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

| December 18, 2018

Scroll to top


Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1150 of 1298 -

Prison for Businesswoman Who Flourished in China

April 29, 2013 |

Businesswoman Loretta Fredy Bush, a onetime American success story in China, was sentenced Monday to a month in prison for a felony U.S. tax offense. What’s News Asia

Web Firms Alibaba, Sina Form Alliance

April 29, 2013 |

Alibaba is forming a strategic alliance with Sina, seeking to benefit from the latter’s user base for the Twitter-like Weibo service. What’s News Asia

Europe’s Manufacturers Face a Test

April 29, 2013 |

Europe’s industrialists are steeling themselves for a difficult six months, forecasting at best a stabilization in their business, and at worst a further drop in sales. What’s News Europe

China Seen Approving 787s in May

April 29, 2013 |

China will likely grant approval next month for Boeing’s 787 aircraft to start commercial service with the nation’s airlines, the chairman of Hainan Airlines said. US Business

U.S. Weighs Syria Response

April 29, 2013 |

Lawmakers pressed the Obama administration to intervene in Syria’s civil war, citing the regime’s alleged chemical-weapons use, as the White House weighed its response against a sobering fact: Damascus has developed a world-class air-defense system. What’s News Asia

BYD to Sell ‘Made in U.S.’ Buses

April 28, 2013 |

Chinese car maker BYD is setting up shop in the U.S., with small ambitions but a clear goal: Get the government to subsidize the sales of its American-made electric buses. US Business

Profits Slow in China for Industrials

April 28, 2013 |

Growth in China’s industrial profits decelerated sharply in March, raising concern that sputtering expansion of the world’s second-largest economy could slow further. US Business

Investors Warm to Greece

April 28, 2013 |

Greek oil refiner Hellenic Petroleum is seeing strong demand for its first international debt sale, a sign that investors are returning to Greece as they continue to seek higher-yielding investments. What’s News Europe

France Opening Up to China

April 28, 2013 |

France is open to China buying some of its companies as Europe’s second-largest economy tries to foster more balanced trade relations with the Asian country and repair its wilting domestic economy, French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici said. US Business

A Novartis Medical Lecture at Hooters?

April 28, 2013 |

Federal prosecutors accused the U.S. unit of Novartis of paying kickbacks and providing lavish dinners to doctors to encourage them to prescribe their brand-name drugs to treat hypertension and other maladies. US Business