Breaking News, World News and Taiwan News.
Sunday Post Sample PDF
Subscribe Sunday Post
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The seaport in Oakland, California, appeared to have joined 28 others on the U.S. West Coast in resuming its normal operations on Sunday night after work disruptions earlier in the day, officials said.
The U.S. Supreme Court will make a rare foray into popular clothing Wednesday to weigh in on accusations that Abercrombie & Fitch illegally rejected a Muslim job applicant because of her hijab.
Monday, February 23, 2015
West Coast seaports tackle cargo backlog
The leader of the Port of Los Angeles, the nation's largest, said Saturday it would take three months β€œto get back a sense of normalcy,” following a dockworkers strike.
Is the future of the U.S. car industry in Silicon Valley?
Democrats are struggling to answer a simple question β€” "What's a Democrat?" β€” and must do a better job of explaining their core values to voters, according to a task force formed after the party's dismal showing in last November's election.
Superfish lays blame over ad software security flaws
A little-known Silicon Valley startup was caught in a firestorm of criticism this week for making software that exposed Lenovo laptop users to hackers bent on stealing personal information. But Superfish Inc. has also won praise for producing visual search technology that many see as the next big thing in online shopping.
The first nationwide oil refinery strike in more than 30 years was poised to expand this weekend in a labor dispute that may start having more of an impact on the price consumers pay for gasoline.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
U.S. West Coast dockworkers and port operators have reached a tentative deal on a new labor contract, officials said late Friday, averting a shutdown that would have hit about half the country's trade.
Surging dollar hinders US corporate profits
The biggest obstacle for Coca-Cola and Pepsi these days isn't tied to taste tests, the declining popularity of sugary drinks or even their century-long rivalry. It's the surging U.S. dollar.
A New Jersey-based company has struck the first publicly announced deal under reforms enacted this year that allow U.S. telecom firms to do business with Cuba.
Sitemap | Top Stories | Taiwan | China | Business | Asia | World | Sports | Life | Arts & Leisure | Health | Editorial | Commentary | Travel | Movies | TV Listings
Classifieds | Bookstore | Getting Around | Weather | Guide Post | Student Post | English Courses | Subscribe | Advertise | About Us | Career | Contact Us
Copyright © 1999 – 2015 The China Post. Breaking news from Taiwan, China and the world.
The China Post  Terms of use