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A search of the remote southern Indian Ocean resumed on Friday, seeking to confirm if objects spotted by satellites are debris from the missing plane.
Japan is showing signs of shaking off years of deflation and poor growth. Now it must brace for the first hike in the sales tax since 1997.
Murdoch has returned eldest son Lachlan to the leadership of his media empire and promoted younger son James, paving the way the next generation.
Japan stocks have ranked among the year's worst performing, and despite some bullish calls, analysts say it isn't clear investors should pile back in.
Here's a Q&A to explain why a rise in Japan's sales tax hike is a big deal.
China's property developers are turning to commercial mortgage-backed securities and looking at other alternative financing.
Honda is renowned for its car-making abilities, but will its first foray into the jet market be similarly successful?
Turbulence in Chinese financial markets could slow the yuan's rapid emergence as a major international currency.
The BoJ could be on the brink of unleashing fresh stimulus since the unprecedented monetary easing program last April.
Indian shares have rallied to record highs on hopes upcoming elections will spur reforms, but the optimism may be misplaced.
A crackdown on gift giving in China has threatened to hurt demand for luxury products, but interest in high-end watches is still thriving.
ICBC will restrict trade with Alibaba's online payment arm to one branch in the country's latest crackdown on a nascent online finance industry.
Even before the loss of its Flight MH370, Malaysian Airline System (MAS) was bleeding cash, prompting talk that it may need another financial rescue.
North Korea fired two mid-range ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast and towards Japan early on Wednesday, South Korea's military said.
Concerns over China's local government debt have mounted in recent months, but the quality and quantity of that burden varies widely, Moody's said.
From advisers to potential investors, many are salivating over the forthcoming Alibaba listing stateside.
Hundreds of people rushed on Tuesday to withdraw money from branches of two small Chinese banks after rumors spread about solvency at one of them.
France will pull out all the stops for the Chinese President’s visit, and wine-makers want a slice of the pie.
Overdevelopment in the real estate sector has Chinese leaders working against a collapse.
The Chinese economy will continue to face more volatility as the country wrestles with credit problems, says New Zealand's Finance Minister Bill English.
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Mass-market gamblers will help to stabilize Macau's gaming and casino sectors as big players double their capacity, says Matthew Ossolinkski, chairman at Ossolinksi Holding.
Lambros Lambrou, CEO of Aon Risk Solutions Australia, says cybersecurity is the top risk for corporate leaders in terms of business disruption and strategy.
A break above $50 per barrel for U.S. crude will be short lived, with a fall below $40 likely in the next leg down, Warren Gilman, chairman and CEO of CEF Holdings, predicts.