With an office set in a quiet neighborhood a few miles from downtown Dallas, there’s little to suggest that NQ Mobile Inc. is a foreign enterprise -- it’s Chinese -- or that it’s home to one of oddest corporate structures among technology companies.
China deployed ships to waters near islands disputed with Japan for a record 28 hours, drawing a formal protest as it repeated a strategy of pressing its territorial claims through bolder projections of maritime power.
Raghuram Rajan, whose 2005 warning of a financial crisis was described as “Luddite” by former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, now has the chance to fix another fault line: one caused by foreign-capital flight from India.
Jeff Bezos has already transformed one traditional print business -- books -- into a digital one. The experience provides a blueprint for how the billionaire technology executive is now poised to overhaul newspapers following his $250 million acquisition of the Washington Post.
C. Kevin Landry, who joined TA Associates Inc. as its second hire in 1968 and as chief executive officer oversaw the Boston firm’s growth into one of the country’s largest middle-market private-equity companies, has died. He was 69.