Founded in 2011 by a professional table tennis (also known as "Ping-Pong") player and several dedicated advocates of the sport, Eleven Ravens is the premier manufacturing company for custom-made table tennis tables in the United States. Bernard Semerdjian serves as the head of the Creative...

SAN FRANCISCO, United States – PayPal Holdings Inc. said it is joining with China UnionPay Co. in the digital-payments company's latest global push to find more customers and better position itself in cross-border e-commerce. Merchants in European countries will be able to accept payments...

BEIJING, China — China will increase support for cross-border e-commerce as the world's second-largest economy shifts from manufacturing to higher-value services, the government said. China's e-commerce industry has been booming in recent years, with companies like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd...

BENTONVILLE, United States — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has hit the reset button on its China strategy in dramatic fashion. The world's largest retailer is making an ambitious push into e-commerce in China and aims to deliver goods from its stores around the world to Chinese consumers within...

Miu Miu Event in Shanghai, China | Source: Miu Miu BEIJING, China — According to Bain & Company, a consulting firm, China is currently the world's second largest consumer of luxury goods, ahead of Japan and second only to the United States. McKinsey forecasts that by 2015, China will account...

BENTONVILLE, United States — Detroit Quality Brushes is a company that does just what its name suggests: It makes high quality brushes in Detroit. Years ago, the company had 18 competitors in the United States. Today, there are only three left, says John Avgoustis, head of marketing and...

" The key, he said, is slow but steady expansion. "We don't want explosive growth," he said. "A company the size of Versace needs a constant growth rate." By James Tarmy; editor: Chris Rovzar.

" (Reuters) "Coffee shops, burger bars and clothes stores are among the foreign businesses in China that say they are thriving despite the economic slowdown that is hurting the manufacturing sector." (Bloomberg) "Chinese stocks may be tumbling at the fastest pace in seven years, but one...

The biggest threat to retailers, particularly in the United States, is the promotional nature of the current shopping climate. Specialty retailers like Gap have cannibalised themselves not only by offering year-round discounts, but relying more and more on off-price outlets to drive sales....

BEIJING, China — Not even a stronger alliance with the world's largest retailer was enough to convince short sellers that JD.com Inc.'s recovery will last. Bearish bets on China's second-largest e-commerce company rose to record levels after Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said in a regulatory filing...

 

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