Google plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars into renewable energy production. Will they call it Genergy?
Whither the Li Ka-Shing influence?
Many media stocks have been down in the dumps, but at least, there are some among us who still believe in them.
What are you really paying for when you spend more on a cashmere sweater? Not just high quality or better style, the WSJ reports.
The embrace of “走出去”, or go global strategy by China’s energy policy makers has touched on the second Chinese myth about energy security: many Chinese government officials believe that guaranteeing energy security can be accomplished primarily through adjustments to regulations and administrative controls.
His corporate aspirations are fascinating, but are they really going to work?
Sovereign Wealth Funds = SWF = Scary Wicked Force/Stable Wealthy Friend?
The internet search business is about to get alot more competitive, and interesting, in China
Freakonomics assembles a panel of sports business stars to discuss economics. And I determine if salary drives a players career path.
According to many Chinese officials and academics I have interviewed when I was working for the FT, the current energy demand and supply trends are immutable, and that patterns of economic development and energy use are inevitable. From this, there emerges a belief that China is inevitably on an “energy security” collision course with established powers such as the US.
Wi-fi paid by advertisers not users.
Pepsi Co may be buckling under the pressure to green.
Is the move toward alternative sources of energy a trend that is gainign steadyground or just a flash in the pan?
The younger generation is becoming an important greening tool?