HEALTH CARE 03.27.2015

Baidu, Hospital Association Squabble over Ad Charges

Shares of search engine company take hit after chamber of commerce tells members to stop paying for online advertising

By staff reporters Qu Yunxu and He Chunmei
CORRUPTION 03.26.2015

Tycoon Said to Bring Down a Deputy Mayor, Control Key Beijing Land Deal

Guo Wengui developed plot of land near Beijing's Olympic park and had a city official who got in his way removed from office

By intern reporter Cui Xiankang, staff reporters Yu Ning and Liu Ran

Shrewd Smiles as Online Bankers Test New Tech

Alibaba is betting on biometrics as the next step for secure online financial transactions and bank account business

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe
TRANSPORT 03.25.2015

Car-Hire Services Compete for the Ride Stuff

Uber's deal with a car broker is a sign of growing competition among firms relying on car-hire and taxi-hailing apps

By staff reporter Qin Min and Wang Xinci


STATEMENT 03.31.2015

Caixin Suing Guo Wengui and Hong Kong Media

The company's legal team has decided to respond to slanderous charges by filing lawsuits in Hong Kong

    PROPERTY 03.31.2015

    New Property Policies Give Boost to Main Stock Indexes

    Easing of rules for down payments and capital gains taxes gives bump to indexes for Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses

      EDUCATION 03.31.2015

      Rhodes Scholar Program to Pick Chinese Recipients for First Time

      Trust running prestigious scholarship program says three to six Chinese students will be selected this year to study at Oxford

        STATEMENT 03.31.2015

        Caixin Pledges to Defend Hu Shuli's Reputation

        The media company's legal team is taking steps to counteract a businessman's attack on Caixin's respected editor-in-chief

          HEALTH CARE 03.30.2015

          Military-Linked Hospital Allows Fake Doctor to Practice

          Patient in Shanghai thought her gynecologist was a fraud, but later learned that the doctor she read about online had stolen her credentials

            PROPERTY 03.30.2015

            Central Gov't Indicates Developers Can Build Bigger Homes

            Ministries ease rules that limited number of larger apartments, but developer urges them to go further

              STEEL 03.27.2015

              Baosteel's Listed Arm Had Declines in Revenue, Net Profit in 2014

              Baoshan Iron & Steel saw revenue fall by 1.2 percent from a year earlier, and net profit was down 0.45 percent, financial report shows

                HUKOU 03.27.2015

                Security Ministry Cancels 1.44 Mln Fake Hukou Documents

                Crackdown on forged household registration documents used facial recognition technology, official says

                  SHIPBUILDING 03.26.2015

                  Party Carries out Leadership Reshuffle at State-Owned Shipbuilders

                  Move follows reports in industry newspapers that government wants companies to merge much like makers of train equipment did

                    HONG KONG 03.26.2015

                    Hong Kong's ATV Could Go Off Air in March, Largest Shareholder Says

                    Failure to find buyer could mean end of Hong Kong's oldest TV station, says Wong Ching

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                        Making an Exit
                      • The funeral for Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew, the Germanwings flight crash victims are remembered and a subway train derails in Beijing

                        The Week in Photos
                      • About 4 million people are waiting for cornea transplants in China, but only 5,000 receive them each year, with half coming from overseas donors, notably Sri Lankans

                        Waiting for the Light
                      • A scaffolding collapse in a southwestern region kills three people

                        Deadly Work
                      • A 60-year-old noodle shop in Beijing closes because it cannot afford a rent increase

                        Priced Out
                      • Parents and teachers protest against air pollution caused by factories near a primary school in Guangzhou

                        Clearing the Air

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