JPMorgan Is Said to Settle Bribery Case Over Hiring in China

After more than three years of digging into JPMorgan Chase’s hiring practices in China, federal authorities have determined that the bank hired the children of Chinese leaders as part of a quid pro quo to win business in the booming nation, clearing the ... ( read original story ...)

In China, Toilets Have Trump’s Name Without His Permission

In the United States, Mr. Trump’s name has adorned ties, steaks, water and other products. In China, it is found on computers, cosmetics, even leather goods. The difference: Many such Chinese products don’t have the president-elect’s permission. ( read original story ...)

Canadian canola meal sales to China spike to five-year high

Canadian canola meal shipments to China have jumped to their highest level in five years, boosting profits of crush plants and firming prices as farmers slog through a difficult harvest. Canada shipped 415,000 tonnes of canola meal to China from January ... ( read original story ...)

Saint John china shop carries on 161-year tradition

In a province obsessed with attracting new business, Hayward and Warwick ... In a romantic twist to an age-old Saint John story, Suzan and Royden fell in love at the china shop. "She was working in the retail and I was working in the office," said Royden. ( read original story ...)

China says fugitive businessman returns after 15 years

China has few extradition treaties with other governments ... the No. 3 destination for Chinese fugitives after the United States and Canada, according to the business news magazine Caixin. A New Zealand court in August approved the seizure of assets ... ( read original story ...)

China, UK see enhanced cooperation in trading

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond (second from left) opens the London Stock Exchange with LSE CEO Xavier Rolet (left), joined by a banking and financial delegation from China on Thursday. [Photo/Agencies] Chinese and British leaders ... ( read original story ...)

China's Single's Day sale nets $25 billion in 24 hours

"As one of China's digital entrepreneurs told us ... a professor of information services at Warwick Business School in Coventry in the United Kingdom. An average of 120,000 transactions took place every second, up 1.4 per cent from last year. ( read original story ...)

WEF business roundtable held in Guangzhou

2016 World Economic Forum’s China Business Roundtable kicks off in Guangzhou on Nov. 10. Panelists discuss at the session themed with Digital Transformation: Strategic Impact for China. [China.org.cn/Li Kang]More than 150 business executives, scholars ... ( read original story ...)