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Global superpower China has explained away its disappointing medals haul at the Rio Olympic Games by noting a shift in the national mood and sporting policy.
Xiaomi, which made its name by selling online, is getting attacked by upstarts such as Vivo and Oppo using physical stores to sell smartphones.
Down N' Out, a restaurant in Sydney, Australia, run by a group called Hashtag Burgers, has created three Pokemon-inspired burgers.
Nathan, a 92-year-old former senior civil servant, was the sixth and longest-serving president in Singapore.
With a cloud hanging over Europe's still-challenged banking sector, analysts are asking whether lenders should be delivering dividends at all.
India's new central bank governor is likely to be less outspoken than outgoing chief Raghuram Rajan, but no more inclined to easing.
The Australian dollar’s persistent buoyancy won’t last forever, ANZ said, keeping a bearish view even as it raised its near-term forecasts.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula are ratcheting up, which is just what North Korea wants, as it pits China and the U.S. against one another.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte railed against the United Nations after it called for an end to the wave of killings unleashed by his war on drugs.
The smartphone game “Pokemon Go” is a hit with fans and as it rolls out across Asia, the game is having surprising impacts on businesses.
Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi is working on a more "sophisticated" virtual reality (VR) headset, its head of international told CNBC.
The ongoing war of words between Beijing and the U.K. over an apparent reluctance to develop a new nuclear plant in the west of England has escalated.
Liverpool Football Club's owners haven't received a bid, a club source said on Sunday, after reports of interest from a Chinese-led consortium.
The Mongolian currency is in free fall, raising speculation that the cash-strapped government will struggle without external assistance.
Foreigners may be avoiding China's stock market in droves, but it offers opportunities, said Julius Baer's head of research for Asia, Mark Matthews.
Citigroup is aiming to tie-up with Singapore ride-hailing app Grab to let its credit-card customers use points for rides, the FT reported.
Meitu, a Chinese selfie app maker, plans to raise as much as $1 billion in an IPO in Hong Kong, the WSJ reported on Sunday, citing sources.
The BOJ won't rule out cutting rates further into negative territory, the Sankei newspaper quoted Governor Kuroda as saying.
Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong took ill while delivering a National Day rally speech but returned to the stage after about an hour's break.
Michael Phelps has won as many Olympic medals on his own as Team India has managed since 1900.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.