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Why most M&A deals end up badly – Shaun Rein

Image via Wikipedia Seventy percent of the M&A deals end up badly for the shareholders, research from his Shanghai company CMR group has shown, writes Shaun Rein today in Forbes….

Marketing in the digital universe – Tom Doctoroff

Tom Doctoroff by Fantake via Flickr Marketing guru Tom Doctoroff will give members and other visitors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai a lively introduction into digital marketing…

Profit China’s music industry stops at ringtones – William Bao Bean

William Bao Bean by Fantake via Flickr The global music industry hopes to tap into the revenue streams in Asia, writes the Hollywood Reporter, But VC William Bao Bean does…

Zhang Lijia to visit Amsterdam

Zhang Lijia by Fantake via Flickr The famous Chinese journalist and author Zhang Lijia will visit Belgium and the Netherlands (especially Amsterdam) for a short visit. Her groundbreaking book ““Socialism…

State has to loosen ties on economy – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr Only by loosening the ties for private companies, who are in an disadvantaged position compared to state-owned enterprises, China can keep an economic growth…

Moving into food and cooking in China – Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn by Fantake via Flickr Beijing-based media tycoon Jeremy Goldkorn is expanding his empire into what is indisputable the most important subject in China: food and cooking. In a bilingual video…

Why the Chinese might like a Hummer – Shaun Rein

Image via Wikipedia When a Chinese company who never build a car bought the Hummer from GM, one of the largest problems of the Detroit car giant, many predicted huge…

Using twitter for Zhao Ziyang’s memoires – Jeremy Goldkorn

Zhao, together with Wen Jiabao via Wikipedia China’s internet users might have overstepped the vague line of what is permitted on the internet, by using twitter and its Chinese equivalents…

Shanghai moving fast on Worldexpo2010 – Shaun Rein

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Shanghai might be better prepared to deal with its Worldexpo2010 compared to what happened with the Beijing Olympics, although Shaun Rein at CNBC is…

Sino-American G2? Not any time soon – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr While China and the US are edging towards each other, the emergences of a new world order, excluding some of the old and upcoming…

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