David Barboza The New York Times


'David Barboza The New York Times' - 11 News Result(s)

  • How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune

    How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune

    Zhou Qunfei is the world's richest self-made woman. Zhou, the founder of Lens Technology, owns a $27 million estate in Hong Kong.

  • Stock Sell-Off Is Unabated in China

    Stock Sell-Off Is Unabated in China

    Stock prices in mainland China fell sharply again on Wednesday, despite another series of government measures meant to restore confidence and stabilize a market that has grown increasingly turbulent in the last month.

  • China's Market Turn Exposes Borrowers Who Fueled the Frenzy

    China's Market Turn Exposes Borrowers Who Fueled the Frenzy

    With his stock market riches, Gong Yifeng bought a riverfront apartment here for his son and daughter-in-law. He can eat well and travel abroad. He can also afford to pay for his granddaughter's education.

  • An empire built by aping Apple

    An empire built by aping Apple

    China is notorious for its knockoffs. But now comes a knockoff of one of the gods of American ingenuity: Steven P. Jobs.

  • Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google said on Wednesday that hundreds of users of Gmail had been the targets of clandestine attacks apparently originating in China

  • In China, Apple finds a sweet spot

    In China, Apple finds a sweet spot

    Apple's push into China shows the depth of the country's fast-growing upper middle class.

  • Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google said on Wednesday that hundreds of users of Gmail had been the targets of clandestine attacks apparently originating in China

  • China bans searches for 'Egypt' on web

    In another era, China's leaders might have been content to let discussion of the protests in Egypt float around among private citizens, then fizzle out. But challenges in recent years to authoritarian governments around the globe and violent uprisings in parts of China itself have made Chinese officials increasingly wary of leaving such talk unchec...

  • Why Shanghai schools deliver toppers

    Why Shanghai schools deliver toppers

    Sin Li Zhen's ninth-grade mathematics class here last week, the morning drill was geometry. Students at the middle school affiliated with Jing'An Teachers' College were asked to explain the relative size of geometric shapes by using Euclid's theorem of parallelograms."Who in this class can tell me how to demonstrate two lines are parallel without u...

  • As China rolls ahead, fear follows

    As China rolls ahead, fear follows

    For nearly two years, China's turbocharged economy has raced ahead with the aid of a huge government stimulus program and aggressive lending by state-run banks.But a growing number of economists now worry that China -- the world's fastest growing economy and a pillar of strength during the global financial crisis -- could be stalled next year by so...

  • High-rise fire kills 42, injures 90 in Shanghai

    High-rise fire kills 42, injures 90 in Shanghai

    Fire engulfed a high-rise apartment building undergoing renovations in the center of shanghai on Monday afternoon, killing at least 42 people and injuring at least 90 others in one of the deadliest fires here in years, according to Xinhua, the official news agency. Video posted on the Internet and some online accounts suggested that some resi...

'David Barboza The New York Times' - 11 News Result(s)

  • How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune

    How a Chinese Billionaire Built Her Fortune

    Zhou Qunfei is the world's richest self-made woman. Zhou, the founder of Lens Technology, owns a $27 million estate in Hong Kong.

  • Stock Sell-Off Is Unabated in China

    Stock Sell-Off Is Unabated in China

    Stock prices in mainland China fell sharply again on Wednesday, despite another series of government measures meant to restore confidence and stabilize a market that has grown increasingly turbulent in the last month.

  • China's Market Turn Exposes Borrowers Who Fueled the Frenzy

    China's Market Turn Exposes Borrowers Who Fueled the Frenzy

    With his stock market riches, Gong Yifeng bought a riverfront apartment here for his son and daughter-in-law. He can eat well and travel abroad. He can also afford to pay for his granddaughter's education.

  • An empire built by aping Apple

    An empire built by aping Apple

    China is notorious for its knockoffs. But now comes a knockoff of one of the gods of American ingenuity: Steven P. Jobs.

  • Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google said on Wednesday that hundreds of users of Gmail had been the targets of clandestine attacks apparently originating in China

  • In China, Apple finds a sweet spot

    In China, Apple finds a sweet spot

    Apple's push into China shows the depth of the country's fast-growing upper middle class.

  • Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google says hackers in China stole Gmail passwords

    Google said on Wednesday that hundreds of users of Gmail had been the targets of clandestine attacks apparently originating in China

  • China bans searches for 'Egypt' on web

    In another era, China's leaders might have been content to let discussion of the protests in Egypt float around among private citizens, then fizzle out. But challenges in recent years to authoritarian governments around the globe and violent uprisings in parts of China itself have made Chinese officials increasingly wary of leaving such talk unchec...

  • Why Shanghai schools deliver toppers

    Why Shanghai schools deliver toppers

    Sin Li Zhen's ninth-grade mathematics class here last week, the morning drill was geometry. Students at the middle school affiliated with Jing'An Teachers' College were asked to explain the relative size of geometric shapes by using Euclid's theorem of parallelograms."Who in this class can tell me how to demonstrate two lines are parallel without u...

  • As China rolls ahead, fear follows

    As China rolls ahead, fear follows

    For nearly two years, China's turbocharged economy has raced ahead with the aid of a huge government stimulus program and aggressive lending by state-run banks.But a growing number of economists now worry that China -- the world's fastest growing economy and a pillar of strength during the global financial crisis -- could be stalled next year by so...

  • High-rise fire kills 42, injures 90 in Shanghai

    High-rise fire kills 42, injures 90 in Shanghai

    Fire engulfed a high-rise apartment building undergoing renovations in the center of shanghai on Monday afternoon, killing at least 42 people and injuring at least 90 others in one of the deadliest fires here in years, according to Xinhua, the official news agency. Video posted on the Internet and some online accounts suggested that some resi...

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