Charleston Lim

Charleston Lim
Charleston is a business news writer in Business Times. "A web developer and SEO expert by profession, but an aspiring writer and journalist at heart. My field of interest generally ranges from science, tech, gadgets, games, and software. I am always open to changing my perspective and am eternally hungry for knowledge. I like the fact that I still don't know a lot about how the world works, and I'm fine with that."

The Latest

  • US Manufacturing Contracts For The First Time In Three Years
    US Manufacturing Sector
    The ISM's U.S. manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index dropped to 49.1 percent in August, officially ending the sector's 35-month expansion period.
  • Florida Braces As Hurricane Dorian Hovers Over Grand Bahama Island
    Hurricane Dorian
    Hurricane Dorian, now the second-largest storm to hit the Atlantic Ocean, made landfall in the Bahamas resulting in at least five deaths.
  • Gold Prices Rise In Response To New US-China Tariffs
    Global Gold Prices
    Gold prices slightly increased on Monday following the imposition of retaliatory tariffs by both China and the United States over the weekend.
  • China's Li Ning Sees Its Shares Jump After Hiring Uniqlo Veteran Kosaka Takeshi
    Li Ning Stock Prices
    China's Li Ning saw its shares jump by as much as 5 percent after it hired former Uniqlo COO Kosaka Takeshi as its joint CEO.
  • China's Manufacturing Expanded In August Amid Weak Outlook
    China Manufacturing Activity
    China's Caixin Markit factory Purchasing Managers' Index showed a slight expansion to 50.4 points in August, beating analysts expectation of 49.8 points.
  • China Files Complaint With WTO Over New US Tariffs
    US China Trade War
    China has launched a formal complaint against the US with the WTO for its recently imposed tariffs on Chinese imports.
  • Litigation Lawyers Asking $28 Million From Volkswagen On Top Of EPA Settlement
    Volkswagen EPA Settlement
    Lawyers of the more than 98,000 VW vehicle owners are asking a US Judge to demand $26 million from the company to cover attorney's fees and other costs.
  • Timberland And Vans Owner Boycotting Brazilian Leather Amid Amazon Fires
    Amazon rainforest
    The US company, which owns brands such as Timberland, Vans, and The North Face, has halted its purchase of Brazilian leather in protest of the ongoing fires in the Amazon rainforest.
  • Offensive Tweets And Retweets Posted Following Hacking Of Twitter CEO Account
    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
    The Twitter account of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey got hacked after perpetrators managed to compromise the phone number that was associated with his account.
  • China And US Impose New Rounds Of Tariffs Amid Trade Escalation
    US China Tariffs
    The US slapped a 15 percent tariff on $125 billion worth of Chinese imports as China imposed a 5 percent tariff on US crude.
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