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China’s Food Imports: Hunger Games?

Until recently, China had largely fed itself. Yet now the tables have turned, transforming China into the largest food importer.

by Douglas Bulloch | Oct. 19 2015

Is Under Armour the Underdog in the Chinese Sportswear Market?

An underdog in an industry dominated by giants, sportswear brand Under Armour recently pulled off a growth miracle by increasing.

by Major | Oct. 14 2015

Andy Cohen on the Fine Art of Leveraging Assumptions

We make assumptions all the time. Think of the time when you met someone new. Or when you had to.

by Neelima | Oct. 12 2015

Haier CEO Zhang Ruimin: Challenge Yourself, Overcome Yourself

Over the past 30 years Haier CEO Zhang Ruimin has led the company through several path-breaking business model changes.

by Neelima | Oct. 7 2015

For DJI, the Sky is the Limit

China’s DJI holds a commanding lead in the red-hot consumer drone market. Can it maintain that.

by Matthew Fulco | Sep. 28 2015

Poised for Takeoff: China’s Internet of Things

Can China become a global leader in the Internet of Things.

by Matthew Fulco | Sep. 24 2015

The New Empire Builders: China’s Digital Conglomerates

With companies like Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent branching out into new areas, China is witnessing the rise of a new.

by Colin Shek | Sep. 22 2015

Alternatives to the Annual Performance Review

Companies are abandoning the age-old tradition of the annual performance review. What can possibly replace it.

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 21 2015

A (Big) Fish Called Wanda: Wang Jianlin’s Business Empire

Wang Jianlin's sprawling business conglomerate, the Dalian Wanda Group, has its fingers in many pies: from real estate and.

by Li Hui | Sep. 17 2015

Regional Disparities in China: Time For a Lift Up

There are stark regional disparities between the inland and the coastal regions in China. Can the less-developed regions ever.

by Hudson Lockett | Sep. 16 2015

China’s Pollution Tax: Putting a Price on Pollution

In a bid to improve the environment, the Chinese government is considering imposing a pollution tax. But how exactly should.

by Brian Viard | Sep. 15 2015

Firing the Annual Performance Review

Why are more and more companies—from Accenture to Deloitte—jettisoning the dreaded practice of the annual performance review.

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 14 2015

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