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U.S. ride-hailing app Uber is offering hackers up to $10,000 to hack its system to uncover flaws, the company said on Tuesday.
Chinese technology companies are just getting started in their quest to go global and the West should take it very seriously, said Yossi Vardi.
The deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) rebuffed reports of a deal.
Singapore will use its latest budget to boost an economy at risk of technical recession, steering away from its recent focus on social spending.
China doesn't understand the unpredictability of a dynamic economy, Edmund Phelps, winner of the 2006 Nobel prize for economics, told CNBC.
The iPhone SE is unlikely to make a dent in emerging markets, where FX volatility may bolster lower-priced brands with bigger screens.
Mahathir Mohamad has filed a suit against Prime Minister Najib Razak, alleging corruption, his law firm said in a statement on Wednesday.
A weaker renminbi won't necessarily lift China's sagging economic growth rates, warned an adviser to the PBOC's monetary policy committee.
Until now, Apple has competed in China's massive smartphone market only with its high-end iPhones. The iPhone SE has already changed that.
An iron ore oversupply still needs to "work through the system," Fortescue chairman Andrew Forrest warned.
The number of new companies floating on the world’s stock markets hit a seven-year low in 2016's first quarter, new data shows.
Shinzo Abe infamously talked of three arrows: fiscal stimulus, structural reforms and monetary easing.
Nintendo shares spiked over 8 percent Tuesday after the company's first mobile app, Miitomo, racked up a million users in three days.
Global temperatures hit new highs last year, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
Japan's manufacturing activity contracted in March as new export orders shrank sharply, a preliminary business survey showed on Tuesday.
Facebook may be hitting the right notes in its efforts to tap China, but the battle will still be tough, David Chao of DCM Ventures says
South Korea reported its first confirmed case of the Zika virus on Tuesday, its center for disease control said.
Marriott's sweetened deal for Starwood may come at a cost, Breakingviews reports.
Alibaba surpassed $463B in transactions in its fiscal year to March, but this was actually slower growth.
Strategists are back to debating the direction of China's currency after the central bank guided the yuan lower on Monday.
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Kurt Wee, president of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises, says the Singapore budget doesn't have enough near-term measures to support SMEs in Singapore.
Charles Dallara, vice chairman of Partners Group, says it will take years to correct structural problems in the Greek economy.
Asian markets opened mostly flat on Tuesday, with the ASX the only index in the red and down by 0.17 percent.