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

  • China Not Buying US Pork As Threat Of Tariffs Loom
    US Hog Industry
    China is canceling orders of close to 14,700 metric tons of US pork in response to Trump's tariff threats.
  • Baofeng Group Sees Stock Plunge As CEO Is Detained By Authorities
    Baofeng Group
    The Shenzhen-listed online video services company revealed in a stock exchange filing that its CEO, Feng Xin, has been detained by authorities over allegations of bribery.
  • Trump Administration Imposes Sanctions On Iranian Foreign Minister
    Iranian Foreign Minister
    The White House announced on Wednesday that it has placed sanctions on Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
  • ByteDance To Challenge Baidu In Chinese Search Engine Business
    Search Engine Business
    ByteDance announced plans to build its own search engine, which it aims to launch in China to take on local market leader Baidu.
  • Jeff Bezos Unloads Amazon Stocks Worth $1.8 Billion
    Amazon Shares
    Recent filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed that Jeff Bezos had just sold $1.8 billion worth of Amazon shares.
  • Chinese Apple Supplier Lays Off 8,000 People As Profits Drop
    People use their phones outside an Apple store in Beijing, China
    O-Film Group removed more than 8,000 people from its manufacturing plant in China following worse-than-expected earnings.
  • US-China Negotiators Conclude 'Constructive' Talks, Next Meet In September
    US China Trade Talks
    US and Chinese trade negotiators concluded their first face-to-face meeting since the G20 summit, with both parties agreeing to meet again in September.
  • Chinese Star Market Trading Cools Down As Price Limits Take Effect
    China Star Market
    A 20 percent price change limit is now in effect as China's NASDAQ-style tech innovation board enters its second week.
  • Major US Retailers Sued Over Edison-Style Bulb Patent
    University of California Santa Barbara
    Walmart, Target, Ikea, Amazon, and Bed Bath & Beyond were sued by the University of California Santa Barbara for violating its "filament" LED light bulb patents.
  • Chinese Delegation Signs 11 Deals In Hong Kong Worth $1.45 Billion
    Hong Kong Economy
    A delegation of businesses hailing from the Wuxi's Xishan district signed11 deals worth $1.45 billion at the 2019 Hong Kong Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium this week.
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