Ping An profit rises as banking revenue, premium income gain
Written premiums from the life insurance business jumped 19 percent last year for China's second-biggest insurer.
Stocks Rally Ahead of Fed Rate Announcement
U.S. stocks rallied and global equities halted a six-day losing streak as selloffs in credit markets and crude abated.
IMF Said to Give China Strong Signs of Reserve-Currency Nod
The U.S. took a step toward backing China’s bid recently, by softening its insistence that the Chinese implement financial reforms to win support.
China’s ponzi-dodging pensioners chase high returns, free lunch
China’s 147 million pensioners are plowing more of their money into investments other than deposits.
Northwestern football players cannot form union, NLRB rules
One of the players' goals was to negotiate for better medical benefits for injured athletes.
China developers chase next gold mine with health care blitz
Some companies see building hospitals and senior homes for an aging population as a good opportunity.
Foreign drugmakers face pressure to lower prices in China
Patients in China are often willing to pay more for foreign drugs than for domestic generic drugs.
DOL fiduciary rule expected today
Challenges are expected from Wall Street, in the court of public opinion as well as potentially in the legal realm.
China’s NDRC said to consider lifting price caps on most drugs
The country could still use measures to keep prices from leaping.
MERS travels to Southeast Asia
One case affected a health care worker; another, a man who drank camel milk.