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Trip Delayed

by Crystal Reid | Oct. 20 2020

As the pandemic took hold in the first half of 2020, the global travel industry ground to a halt.

Moving Out

by Kevin Livingston | Jul. 24 2020

Trade tariffs, labor costs, COVID-19 and other factors have caused manufacturers to consider diversifying their supply chains.

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3M Company: In China for China

Francis Hu, COO and CFO at 3M China, talks about the company’s ‘location management’ strategy and the opportunity in.

by Neelima Mahajan | Feb. 13 2014

China’s Movie Market: Screening for Gold

What are foreign production companies up against in the race to win in China, the world’s second-largest movie.

by Jill Petzinger | Jan. 14 2014

How Chinese Companies are Making it in America

How private Chinese companies are navigating mergers and acquisitions in the US. At times, the obstacles seemed insurmountable. The acquisition.

by Ana Swanson | Nov. 11 2013

Sportswear brand Li-Ning Struggles to Hold it Together

Can Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning overcome its past mistakes? In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, legendary Chinese gymnast Li Ning.

by Xin En Lee | Nov. 4 2013

Tiger Woman on Wall Street: a Q&A with Junheng Li

A conversation with Junheng Li, author of Tiger Woman on Wall Street US investors still have little confidence in Chinese.

by Ana Swanson | Sep. 30 2013

All Hail Alibaba

Alibaba is eyeing expansion into new sectors and overseas, but will old tactics serve on new terrain? If Jack Ma.

by Matthew Fulco | Sep. 24 2013

Global E-Commerce: China’s Jingdong Steps Out

Jingdong, China’s second-largest business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce site, recently went global. It debuted its English-language.

by Neelima Mahajan and Iris Mir | Aug. 26 2013

How can Chinese Companies compete in Global Markets?

Durairaj Maheswaran, the Paganelli Bull Professor of Marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business, sees the.

by Zhang Kaifu | Aug. 7 2013

The Creative Life: An Interview with TCL’s Li Dongsheng

Founded in 1981, the TCL Corporation is one of China’s largest consumer electronics groups. The group has been a.

by Ellie Feng | Jul. 24 2013

Bottom of the Pyramid and Beyond: The Thinker Interview with Stuart Hart

  In the year 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart published a groundbreaking article in Strategy+Business magazine that.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jun. 6 2013

China’s E-Commerce Companies Go Global

Can China’s e-commerce companies like Jingdong Mall and VANCL replicate their success in international markets? Just a few.

by Iris Mir | Jun. 3 2013

What will Showrooming do to Brick and Mortar Retail in China?

Will the rise of e-commerce and “showrooming” kill traditional retail? Brick and mortar retail once felt fairly brick-like.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 15 2013

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