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Toshiba Corp overstated its operating profit over several years in "institutional" accounting irregularities, an independent committee says.
Mitsubishi Materials became the first major Japanese company to apologize for using captured U.S. soldiers as slave laborers during WWII.
After weeks of monitoring headlines in the rest of the world, financial markets in Asia will likely turn their attention back home this week.
Faced with a yawning energy deficit and a need to protect against climate change, Asia is looking at fresh ways to finance a shift toward renewables.
The World Bank has a message for China's naysayers: growth fundamentals are sound. But the composition of growth is a problem, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Tony Abbott's hostility to wind farms could jeopardize Australia's biggest renewable energy project, a $2 billion-plus wind and solar plant.
Shares of General Motors and Ford have seen rough patches this year. One analyst says there's a reason: China.
China ended years of speculation about its gold holdings by revealing an almost 60 percent jump in its reserves since 2009, as the FT reports.
China's biggest banks have lent 1.3 trillion yuan to the country's state-backed margin lender to halt a meltdown in Chinese shares.
Beijing may have averted a crisis in its stock markets, but the world's biggest corporate debt pile is a much greater threat to its slowing economy.
Investors hoping for President Joko Widodo to speed work on Indonesia's infrastructure projects have been disappointed.
Chinese home prices rose for a straight second month in June, a sign that government efforts to boost the sector have started to gain traction.
After a strong week of gains and better-than-expected growth data from China, investors are considering whether some much needed stability has crept back into the market.
Samsung C&T shareholders approved a $7.7 billion all-stock takeover offer from Samsung's de facto holding company Cheil Industries on Friday.
Soured by milk prices and a likely rate cut, the New Zealand dollar has hit to a five-year low.
Asian Millennials have higher career ambitions than their global counterparts and they're more willing to leave home for work than their predecessors.
Orchard Road remains the top destination for shoppers during the recent Great Singapore Sale, according to a new report.
Footage this week of Indonesian militants thought to be fighting in Syria for ISIS shocked Southeast Asian security analysts, the Financial Times reports.
Temasek has been shopping loss-making container-shipping company Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) to prospective buyers, the Wall Street Journal reports.
New Zealand's Fonterra is cutting jobs in an effort to shore up its cash flows amid a slump in global dairy demand, particularly from No. 1 buyer China.
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Andrew Taylor, co-CEO at Juwai.com, discusses the rising trend of wealthy Chinese outbound real estate investments in the Mediterranean.
Gold's rally has upside potential as physical demand picks up, says Juerg Kiener, MD and CIo at Swiss Asia Capital, Singapore.
Further upside for the U.S. dollar will be a struggle on the back of a soft labor market and a Fed rate hike delay, says Michael Every, head of financial markets research, APAC at Rabobank.