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Alibaba founder Jack Ma says his comment that counterfeit goods were better than originals was taken out of context.
SoftBank Group's investment spree could come to an end after its president announced his resignation on Tuesday, according to a fund manager.
North Korea launched what appeared to be a second missile on Wednesday that flew about 250 miles before falling in the Sea of Japan.
When one thinks of the world’s most expensive cities, images of New York and London probably pop to mind. But those two don't even make the list.
SoftBank said President Nikesh Arora would resign as of Wednesday's shareholders meeting, less than two years since he joined.
McDonald's has received more than half a dozen bids for its planned sale of China and Hong Kong stores, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
There are three main options for family business owners who lack a successor, according to the experts.
Planning for inheritance appears to be picking up in Asia, but multi-national assets can cause complications, experts say.
China has scaled back its cyber-espionage activities against the U.S. and its theft of stealing company secrets, a new study suggests.
Japan's military is on alert for a possible North Korean ballistic missile launch, a government source said.
Uncertainty surrounding a looming Brexit vote hasn't spooked mainland buyers, according to one of China's largest international property websites.
Keeping rates steady this month was consistent with sustainable economic growth returning to target over time, Australia's c.bank said on Tuesday.
Women get more top-level roles at Asian family firms, even if they aren't relatives, than in non-family ones. But the numbers are still dismal.
Some BOJ policymakers said overseas economies continued to pose downside risks to Japan, minutes from an April meeeting showed.
Mining industry sentiment has finally started to improve, after several years of gloom amid a commodity price slump.
You want flexible hours? Financial services is where it's at, but there's going to be stiff competition for jobs at these companies.
The IMF on Monday urged Japan's government to overhaul its stimulus policies by moving income policies and labor market reform to the forefront.
This city is so short of housing that the government will now pay cash to help people relocate another town.
Nissan said it would take legal action against the "Vote Leave" campaign after the group used the carmaker's logo in leaflets calling for voters to back Brexit.
Shares of JD.com were higher after it said Monday that it is entering a strategic partnership with Wal-Mart in China.
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Donghyun Park, principal economist at the ADB, says authorities have introduced various deleveraging measures.
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.