GOME Electrical Appliances Holding Limited warned on Monday it expected to post a net loss of between 600 million yuan ($96 million) and 700 million yuan for the first nine months of 2012.
Hewlett-Packard Corp said on Monday that it wants to be the largest ultrabook maker in the Chinese market.
Chinese excavator maker Sany Heavy Industry Co Ltd's export sales surged 50 percent between January and September versus a year ago, while domestic sales were flat in the same period.
Dongfeng Motor Group on Monday signed an agreement with Germany's Getrag Group to form a joint venture to develop advanced dual-clutch transmissions.
The private company HOdo Group Co Ltd, a textile and garment company in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, is looking to expand its presence in Sihanoukville, a province in southern Cambodia.
Lloyd's of London has set up a hub in Shanghai, where some of its private syndicates working in small booths can figure out specialty insurance services.
China Mobile Ltd posted a 1.3 percent gain in third-quarter net profit, beating estimates slightly after luring new users with cheap handsets and cutting phone call rates.
The cooling economic expansion and rising labor costs in China have driven a number of foreign manufacturers out of the country, but Swiss engineering group ABB Ltd said it will stay and plans to attract more Chinese talent.
China's largest down-clothing brand is increasing its international presence, and if its flagship store in the UK is a success plans to open in other European countries.
China's largest rare earths producer achieved a net profit of 120 million yuan ($19 million) in the third quarter.
A State-owned Chinese fertilizer company has signed a 10-year potash supply agreement with Prospect Global Resources Inc.
The US' oldest truck and bus maker, Navistar International Corp, is picking up its bags and coming to China as it seeks to make up for its flagging domestic fortunes.