China’s anticorruption drive claimed its biggest target yet, as the Communist Party accused a former top general of graft and expelled him from its ranks. Central Military Commission Vice Chairman General Xu Caihou, on a visit to Washington in 2009. Reuters


Former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s extended family has controlled assets worth at least $2.7 billion, the New York Times reported, citing corporate and regulatory records and unidentified people familiar with the family’s investments.