China's construction giant Sany has ambitious plans for the U.S., and other Chinese companies are watching. But its tactics are rubbing some people the wrong way.
By Nin-Hai Tseng, writer
FORTUNE -- In the middle of March 2011, anyone who was anyone in the multibillion-dollar construction equipment industry gathered in Las Vegas for Conexpo/Con Agg, the industry's massive five-day trade show. Held every three years, the event is a sight to MORENin-Hai Tseng, Writer - Jun 17, 2013 5:00 AM ET
GE's Charlene Begley admits that the tangled relationship between U.S. businesses and China remains frustrating.
FORTUNE – If you can't beat them, join them. That's how General Electric Senior Vice President Charlene Begley Tuesday summed up the U.S. multinational conglomerate's motto when it comes to tapping into overseas markets.
GE does most of its business abroad -- nearly 60% of the company's revenue comes from outside the U.S. And while GE is MOREOct 4, 2011 2:49 PM ET
Here's what the recession looks like from Wal-Mart's view: Scrambling to cater to the Neiman Marcus customer and figuring out how to train lawyers as cashiers.
FORTUNE – How badly is the tepid economic recovery weighing on U.S. families?
On Monday, Wal-Mart (WMT) Executive Vice President Rosalind Brewer offered sobering insight into the recession's lasting impact on households. Some might call this the so-called "new normal," but Brewer says the downturn has MORENin-Hai Tseng, Writer - Oct 4, 2011 1:04 AM ET
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