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Fortune

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FORTUNE was founded by Henry Booth Luce in February 1930, four months after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 that marked the onset of the Great Depression. The magazine has a great history of providing news and analysis critical to business people.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

How China’s Pink Economy Is Leading the Country’s Battle for LGBT Rights

Charlie Campbell
Fortune
China’s burgeoning LGBT community—estimated at some 70 million people—is a free-spending sector that few businesses can afford to ignore.

Don’t Blame the Weather For China’s Smog

Junfeng Zhang
Fortune
China’s air quality has been particularly bad so far this winter. Severe smog or haze episodes have occurred one after another with short breaks in between,

How a China Crackdown Caused Bitcoin’s Price to Plunge

Geoffrey Smith
Fortune
The value of the cryptocurrency bitcoin is melting down Thursday, having dropped 20% against the dollar by midday Eastern Time in only two hours of frantic trading.

What It’s Like Playing Golf in China

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
As if the land of 1.4 billion people wasn’t already exerting influence on enough global markets, China is now a big part of golf’s future

How Rocky U.S.-China Relations Benefit North Korea’s Nuclear Missiles

Minxin Pei
Fortune
Earlier this month, North Korea tested its fifth nuclear device.

Chinese Consumers May Be Experiencing ‘iPhone Fatigue’ As Product Launch Nears

Fortune
Convincing shoppers to replace their smartphone is a tougher sell than it used to be.

China’s Coal Towns Are Literally Sinking

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
Hundreds of thousands are being moved from regions made unsafe from coal companies.

China Is Angry Over These Olympics

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
The state press and internet users are lashing out after an Australian swimmer’s comments.

Netflix Eyes China as New Market

Fortune
Netflix is trying to counter slowing growth in the U.S. by moving into 130 new markets worldwide.

China Is Another Step Closer to Controversial Cybersecurity Law

Fortune
The draft requires network operators to comply with social morals and accept the supervision of the government and public.

China's Richest Man Just Picked a Fight With Disneyland

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
Wang Jianlin’s Wanda Group is also building amusement parks.

China Newspaper Calls ‘Zootopia’ American Propaganda

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
People's Liberation Army newspaper put forth Zootopia’s swapping of the roles of predator and prey as proof of its agitprop...

China’s Fix for Massive Corporate Debt: Sell More Stock

Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
Zhou’s solution to the corporate debt problem is that the Chinese companies need to go out and issue stock.

China's Economy Is worth $300 Billion More than It Thought

Geoffrey Smith
Fortune
China just discovered an economy the size of Malaysia’s hiding down the back of the sofa.

Alibaba’s IPO and the Hypocrisy in U.S.-China Economic Relations

Minxin Pei
Fortune
While Alibaba is readying its massive U.S.-based IPO, Chinese authorities are carrying out tough anti-monopoly enforcement actions against well-known U.S. companies.