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By all accounts, Intel Corp.'s second quarter was a blowout.
China issued new rules requiring officials in government and state companies to report everything from personal assets to the business activities of spouses and children, in a renewed attempt to quash endemic corruption that Beijing sees as a threat to its rule.
The heads of President Obama's national debt commission are painting a gloomy picture as the nation struggles to get its spending under control.
Taiwan's president on Sunday urged his Chinese counterpart to work toward improving historically testy ties following the signing of a landmark trade deal.
China confirmed Sunday that it renewed Google's license to operate after a monthslong standoff over Internet censorship, saying the company has pledged not to provide "lawbreaking content."
Google on Friday said Beijing has renewed the license it needs to continue operating a website in China, securing the search giant's foothold in the world's biggest Internet market despite tensions over censorship.
Two decades ago, when I bought Bison Gear & Engineering, a manufacturer of small motors used in everything from soft-drink dispensers to meat slicers, railway gates and hospital equipment, we had 50 employees, a small customer list and a small suburban Chicago facility. Today, Bison has hundreds of loyal customers in North America, Europe and Asia, about 240 employees, a large and modern production facility in St. Charles, Ill., and plans for expansion. But now all of that is threatened.
China has renewed Google's license, ending months of speculation that the Internet-search giant would be shut out of the world's biggest market of online users.
The Treasury Department says China's currency remains undervalued despite the Asian giant's move last month to loosen its strict link to the U.S. dollar.