You have searched for "basketball"
Showing 11-20 of 227
HONG KONG: The two bronze lion statues standing guard over HSBC Holdings Plc’s main offices in Hong Kong still bear the marks of an attack by protesters, who last week daubed them with red and black paint, setting at least one ablaze. Graffiti declared that HSBC had been dyed the red of China.
LONDON: Even as global consumer brands grow more dependent on Asia for sales of everything from fancy handbags to baby formula, European retailers keep retreating from the world’s fastest-growing markets.
Investors that bet on the rising fortunes of startups are finding it difficult to cash out at a profit
MANILA: PAL Holdings Inc president Lucio “Bong” Tan Jr, son of Philippine billionaire Lucio Tan, died after collapsing while playing in a basketball game days earlier. He was 53.
HONG KONG/LONDON: HSBC Holdings Plc and Standard Chartered Plc are set to show early signs of strain from anti-government protests in Hong Kong, the single-biggest profit center for the two banks, when they report quarterly earnings next week.
HONG KONG: Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s sell-off may get a lot worse after the shares failed to hold above their key support level.
China was once eager to spend on US brands. Then citizens of the world’s biggest country shifted their allegiances.
Tokyo: Apple Inc has pulled the plug on an app that shows police activity in Hong Kong, reversing course yet again as violent pro-democracy protests wrack the city.
HONG KONG: China's stocks climbed to a two-week high on Thursday as investors hoped for a partial trade deal between Washington and Beijing, but a report stating Chinese officials are looking to cut short their visit to the U.S. capped gains.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON: Surprised and upset by the U.S. blacklisting of Chinese companies, China has lowered expectations for significant progress from this week's trade talks with the United States, Chinese government officials told Reuters, even as President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed fresh optimism.