Are these two deals more evidence that Western assets are under siege from an invasion of Chinese cash?
Hey, if I had a tough cross-border M&A problem in the U.S. with political implications, I know who I’d call.
A balance between the rights of consumers and brand owners against those of online merchants already exists. Some protesters don’t get it.
Would a U.S. rejection of a China bid for Yahoo be legally justified? I’m not sure anyone would even bother to ask the question.
China’s B2B giant pleases movie industry with new anti-piracy effort. But there’s a larger story here that should make them even happier.
Rumor has it that Alibaba and Yahoo have a deal, although the specifics that have leaked out thus far do not inspire confidence.
In the wake of Yahoo’s recent troubles, should foreign investors in China anticipate government-backed asset stripping and forced equity transfers?
More trouble for foreigners that have invested in Chinese companies. Is a more conservative approach on the way?
China Net firms made the US government IP Bad Guy list once again, but don’t expect this trend to continue much longer.
New rules by PBOC provide for registration, reporting and operational requirements for online payment service providers. This is good news for China e-commerce.