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Apr 22 · By Dody Tsiantar
Transportation and teleconferencing, yes. But Facebook and bottled water? More
What China Inc. wants next
Mar 29 · By Bill Powell
Geely's Volvo buy is sending shock waves, but what the country really wants is commodities, not cars. More
Will Greece turn from euros to gyros?
Mar 23 · By Dody Tsiantar
A new internal currency would be messy but could help Greece survive. More
Welcome to the United States of Iceland
Mar 11 · By Paul Smalera
Why a tiny, financially ravaged island nation offers a lesson for the United States. More
Emerging markets at home
Feb 16 · By Scott Cendrowski
Stocks in countries like China have become pricey. But some Western companies offer a cheap way to profit from newer economies. More
Sony: Lost in transformation
Sir Howard Stringer has been pushing for years to revive the Japanese conglomerate. Will a youthful (by Sony standards) new team help him realize his digital dream? More
    Spas take off in Asia
    Healthy living is back in style in Asia, which means a revival of ancient Asian wellness techniques - and an explosion of spas. More
    China's amazing new bullet train
    This year Beijing will spend $50 billion on what will soon be the world's biggest high-speed train system. Here's how it works. More
    McDonald's wins with global palates
    The American institution is doing well in a recession. Its trick: wooing consumers by targeting local tastes and marketing like mad. More
    How Dr. Z plans to fix Mercedes
    Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche is considering an agreement with BMW, rebranding Mercedes, and gambling on the future of green cars. More
    China on the march, again
    Now it's the consumers, not the exporters, that are powering the mighty economic engine.  More
    Biggest money losers
    In a dismal year, these 20 companies saw the biggest losses. Badly timed acquisitions, exposure to subprime mortgages, and rising oil prices are a few of the culprits. More
    Toyota's new man at the wheel
    New president Akio Toyoda outlines his vision for the company's future in his first interview with an American publication in his new role. More