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Household spending in Japan rose unexpectedly in February despite a slight rise in the jobless rate and a softer rise in retail sales.
Marriott isn't likely to offer another sweetener to its bid for Starwood Hotels, an analyst said. That could clear the path for rival Anbang to step in.
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Japan's NTT Data Corp agrees to buy Dell information technology consulting division to expand in North America and bolster its services business.
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Japan is due to switch on a new radar observation station in the East China Sea on Monday, a move that will likely infuriate Beijing.
China will conduct its first survey of children left in rural villages when their parents leave to work in cities, reported China Youth Daily.
China's industrial profits returned to growth in 2016's first two months, despite weaker business conditions and slowing economic growth on the mainland.
Lee Kuan Yew, modern Singapore's founding father, may be well known for his paternalistic leadership, but he had a lesser known role: chief gardener.
Asia will focus on economic data from Japan, China and South Korea, while Friday's U.S. non-farm payroll data from March will be closely watched.
Taiwan's Foxconn is set to sign a takeover deal for Japan's troubled Sharp with a smaller-than-planned bailout after repeated delays, two sources said.
Myanmar's stock exchange began trading on Friday with a single listed company some three months after it opened in the country's commercial capital.
Japan's February consumer inflation was flat as low energy costs and weak consumption capped price growth, keeping the BOJ under pressure for further easing.
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Charles Chao, CEO of Sina, discusses the company's efforts to stamp out inaccurate information on its social media platforms.
Samsung is unlikely to adopt a holding company structure as this would undermine the Lee family's control, warns Nomura's Michael Na.
Geoff Cutmore and Sophia Yan examine how China's "One Belt, One Road" project could create benefits, locally and globally.