Air pollution caused by industry and global warming has spawned a strange new market in China: the selling of canned "fresh" air.
Facebook looks to reenter China despite unsuccessful expansions there by Google, Uber and others. The New York Times reports that Facebook has even developed confidential software that could help the company comply with China’s strict censorship requirements. This post explains why Facebook’s potential expansion into China is extremely risky despite the huge market.
This week's Global Glance takes a detailed look at Uber's retreat from China.
This week's Global Glance looks at a sweet M&A announcement: Krispy Kreme is to be acquired by a Luxemburg-based investment group. It could be a marriage made in culinary heaven.
In this week's Global Glance we look at Nestlé’s recent troubles in Africa and India, choosing an international cellphone plan, and tips for avoiding jet lag.