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Australia's new trade minister has a message to the world: there's more to the country than just commodities.
The Chinese news media covered President Xi Jinping's most recent public appearances with adulation befitting a demigod, The New York Times reports.
The success of the Iranian nuclear deal has reared optimism for world powers to resolve the North Korean crisis in a similar fashion. But differences between the rogue nations may make that tough.
Australia's Qantas Airways on Tuesday posted a record first-half profit as the lower oil price shrank its biggest single overhead.
Fears China's debt mountain will turn into an avalanche have hit the headlines recently, but there are signs at least some of the risk is easing.
Facebook's efforts to boost Internet connectivity will continue despite a setback in India, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says.
A toilet that costs about $40,000 has been built for the princess of Thailand for her Cambodia visit, according to The Guardian.
Industry leaders predict that passengers in driverless cars will able to stream ultra-HD video to their VR headsets thanks to 5G mobile internet.
The effective ban on Huawei entering the U.S. network equipment market has not dampened the Chinese company's interest in setting up Stateside.
As stocks rallied Monday, Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, foresees stabilization and suggests looking at emerging markets.
BHP Billiton slashed its interim dividend by 75%, cutting it for the first time since 1988 following a collapse in commodities prices.
A proposal by Australia's opposition party to cut generous tax breaks for retail property investors won't make housing cheaper, experts warn
Investors will look to East Asia for clues on the region's economic health and news out of the G20 Finance Ministers meeting this week.
After months of market volatility, China's top securities regulator finally got the boot over the weekend, leaving many to wonder what took so long.
The seaplane may have faded from view after its burst of fame during the heyday of TV's Fantasy Island, but it's still a favorite of the super-rich.
North Korea, whose nuclear ambitions have been the fulcrum of security concerns for years, may be a threat in more ways than one.
North Korea rebuffed secret peace talks with the Obama administration days before it launched another atomic test, The WSJ reported.
Huawei plans to surpass Apple as the second-biggest smartphone player in the world in three years and leapfrog Samsung in 2021, an exec told CNBC.
LG has released a 'modular' smartphone which allows users to replace parts of the phone as well as a camera that can roam your house.
This year China plans to spend billions on space missions and anti-satellite weapons technology. Is this a threat to US space dominance?
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Rob Van Kranenburg, founder of The IoT Council in Belgium, talks about the low power, long range networks that support the internet of things today.
Alan Wheatley, Chatham House, says there are different compromises that need to be considered for both the U.K. and European Union.
Peter Chia, FX strategist at UOB, says the British pound did not fall of a cliff's edge the way some had expected.