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Triathlon company latest piece in Wanda Group sports pie

[2015-08-28 15:18]

Dalian Wanda Group Co Ltd announced Thursday that it has agreed to purchase the World Triathlon Corp for $650 million, as it bolsters its roster of sports enterprises.

Sino-US trade in numbers

[2015-08-28 07:59]

Study-abroad tours in US booming

[2015-08-06 09:22]

Around Times Square, the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, it's hard to miss groups of Chinese students wearing shirts with summer tour logos.

Sharp America sold to Hisense in $23.7m deal

[2015-08-05 07:24]

China's Hisense is the worl's fourth-largest LCD TV manufacturer in terms of market share, with Samsung, LG Electronics and Sony at top.

Delta stake in China Eastern Airlines enhances partnership

[2015-07-29 09:55]

China Eastern Airlines Corp and Delta Air Lines Inc have had a long partnership, and now they have taken it to the next level.

Wanda invests $30 million in first US film

[2015-07-28 14:19]

The boxing film Southpaw, backed by a $30 million production investment from Chinese property developer Wanda Dalian Corp, took in $20 million during its opening weekend at US and international box offices.

Wanda sinks $30m in 1st US-made film

[2015-07-28 11:06]

The boxing film Southpaw, backed by a $30m production investment from Dalian Wanda, took in $20m during its opening weekend.

US to impose punitive duties on Chinese tires

[2015-07-15 17:27]

The United States will impose punitive duties on certain passenger vehicle and light truck tires imported from China, a US trade authority ruled Tuesday, despite China's repeated strong objections.

Money managers see some China stock bargains

[2015-07-14 13:52]

Although leery about Chinese stocks despite another day of gains for the beleaguered market, some money managers are beginning to look for bargains.

Stock market volatility likely to persist: Analysts

[2015-07-13 13:58]

As investors, world markets, analysts and the Chinese government look to see if Chinese stocks will continue the bounce they had for two consecutive days at the end of last week, financial analysts in the US said the market remains volatile and they are wary of declaring it stabilized.