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A number of nations have gasoline prices much higher than in the United States, and American drivers can count themselves as lucky.
China's Geely on Thursday launched the first EV from its new Zeekr brand. The car is taking aim at higher-end models from Tesla and Nio and will be available in China later this year.
Beyond Meat has announced the grand opening of its manufacturing facility near Shanghai.
One analyst is fairly positive on Nike’s prospects going forward, despite the stock underperforming and some other recent concerns.
Tesla's planned research and development center in China is expected to be operational by the middle of this year, and the company hopes to be shipping a $25,000 vehicle for worldwide distribution...
Nearly a billion people in China were online as of the end of 2020. The country can be Apple's fastest-growing market in the world if it is even modestly successful in picking up share there.
Tim Cook, Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) long-time CEO has often said China sales will be a major key, if not the key to the company’s success. Reasonably to support his statement, China is...
Acacia shares were up handily to close out the week after it was announced that the company had ended its $2.6 billion merger agreement with Cisco.
Electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn has reportedly agreed to invest about $200 billion in a struggling Chinese EV maker. Is this a tune-up ahead of a deal to build an Apple-branded EV?
Tesla and three leading China-based EV makers have reported fourth-quarter deliveries that are well above prior year totals.
Chinese regulators on Thursday announced an investigation into some business practices of Alibaba, the country's behemoth e-commerce company.
Aurora Mobile entered the electric vehicles ring on Tuesday and saw its shares nearly double in the premarket.
Nio shares dipped on Friday after the electric vehicle manufacturer would be conducting a secondary offering.
The trillions and trillions of economic stimulus ultimately have to be paid for by some means. Now the whole world seems to be drowning in debt.
Boeing's 20-year forecast has pulled back somewhat from last year's version and dependence on China for new airplane deliveries has increased.