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LeEco Holdings Ltd announced on Tuesday it has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Vizio Inc, a leading consumer electronics company in North America, for $2 billion.

Apple sales down, China's OPPO takes crown in market share

Apple Inc recorded decline in revenue in the three months that ended in June.


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China's Tibet comes on top of regional GDP growth in H1

Tibet came top of 25 Chinese provinces and municipalities that had released their half-year GDP growth figure as of Monday, thanks to investment in infrastructure and local industries.


Chow Tai Fook plans US wholesale unit

Chow Tai Fook Jewelry Group Ltd plans to expand in the US market by selling diamonds to retailers there, as it seeks to offset effects of a slowdown in China that has hurt luxury sales and led profits to plunge.


Brewing a new tea culture

This summer, Chinese youngsters are rediscovering their culture's time-honored tradition of tea-drinking as a fashionable pastime, as a rising number of businesses modernize the way the beverage is consumed.


High recalls no cause for alarm

Zhou Lei, an independent auto analyst in Beijing, said the rise in the number of cars recalled did not necessarily mean that more cars are shoddily made.

Technology to remain money pit for Baidu

Baidu Inc may have to keep pumping money into its video-streaming operation for the foreseeable future following the withdrawal of a proposed buyout plan that could have made the cash-burning division a standalone business.

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