Apple partner China Unicom will start selling its own smart phone later this year.
Inflation is higher than expected in China, and the government's anticipated response is hammering Chinese stocks.
The coffee giant wants to open more than one store a day, and it's focused heavily on China.
Prices plummeted as rumors of a Chinese interest-rate hike prompt investors to dump the metals and other commodities.
It's tempting to buy stocks on today's weakness, but it's worth pausing to see how the Chinese will respond to surging commodity prices.
The list of potential buyers keeps growing, according to news reports.
Even after rising 100% in the past year, footwear maker Deckers could double again if it taps into the Chinese market.
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