Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing News
Kids' Tablets Allegedly the Target of Hackers
Toy company V-Tech says the personal information of over four million parents and 200,000 children was allegedly hacked.
Asian stock exchanges upgrading to draw global investors
Asia's stock exchanges are extending their hours and upgrading their trading systems as they compete for foreign dollars. Beginning today, the Singapore Exchange has eliminated its 90-minute lunch hour and allows continuous trading throughout the day, following the lead of exchanges including the
China Unicom to Buy Fixed-line Operator China Netcom
China Unicom will buy fixed-line operator China Netcom in a US$56.3 billion share swap.
Lenovo Sales Rise 17 Percent on Strong Global PC Demand
Lenovo reported a 17 percent increase in sales for its recently ended fiscal year.
EMC Reaches Out to Chinese Partners
EMC is establishing a joint venture with a Chinese distributor to ensure that vendor offerings work with EMC products.
Lenovo Sees Profits Soar
Lenovo Group income rose in Q3 due to strong computer demand, but phone shipments are weak.
China talks introduce world of import controls
A toy dog, an electric train and a blond-haired doll would bring smiles to most American homes this Christmas. When the giver is the Chinese government, and the recipients are visiting U.S. trade officials, the meaning is more pointed than simple festive cheer. "It's a lot of fun. The gift is very
Buffett continues to cut PetroChina stake
Investor Warren Buffett further reduced his stake in the listed shares of oil and gas giant PetroChina to 7.99% from 8.21%, according to a filing with the Hong Kong stock exchange Friday. Human rights activists and some investors have urged Buffett to cut ties with PetroChina because of the