Foxconn Launches New E-Commerce Platform in China

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The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer, Foxconn, is making a move into e-commerce in China, aiming to go head-to-head with the likes of Alibaba and JD.com.

Samsung Bets on Its Chips in Galaxy S6

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The most important feature of Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 smartphone might be the one inside the phone that most consumers won’t even notice: the internally developed Samsung microprocessors.

Crackdown Deals Macau a Rough Hand

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Macau gambling revenue remained in a free fall in February, sinking 49% from a year earlier amid China’s crackdown on corruption.

China Rejects Obama's Criticism of Technology Rules

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China rebuffed criticism of a proposed counterterrorism law by President Barack Obama, saying the U.S. and others also want technology companies to provide access to their systems.

The Next Marketing Frontier: Your Medical Records

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Practice Fusion is pioneering a new type of data-driven health care. Its software alerts doctors when a medical record indicates that a patient needs a particular treatment. Some of those alerts are sponsored by drug companies.

Insurers' Biggest Fear: A Health-Law Death Spiral

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The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act. The case focuses on federal subsidies that help lower-income consumers purchase plans, and the court’s decision could unravel the marketplaces created by the law.

The Driverless Car, Officially, Is a Risk

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Three insurance companies and an auto parts maker warned in their most recent annual reports that driverless cars and the technology behind them could one day disrupt the way they do business.

Auto Makers Gear Up to Take on Google and Apple

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The old-school auto makers are gearing up to take on the threat posed by emerging competitors Google and Apple in a technological and financial gunfight.

GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Crude Problem

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GE’s CEO already had problems convincing investors he was moving fast enough to remake the conglomerate into a simpler industrial machine, and now there’s this oil business.

JBS Bid May Open Door to China

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Australia’s government has approved a $1.13 billion bid by Brazil’s JBS to buy local small-goods producer Primo Group, in a deal that may help it sell processed pig meat in China.

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