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Rescuers pulled one body on Tuesday after working in search of more than 80 people missing since a massive landslide in Shenzhen, China.
Uber's China business has landed a strategic investment from a Chinese carmaker in a bid to bolster its battle against domestic taxi apps.
McDonald's is reaching out to investors about selling a part of the fast-food company's stake in its Japanese arm for about $826.2 million.
China will make its monetary policy more flexible and expand its budget deficit in 2016 to support a slowing economy, state media said Monday.
Alibaba has hired a former counterfeit investigator for Apple to lead its charge to wipe out fake goods from its e-commerce platforms.
Despite China's volatility, venture firm DCM is betting big there with plans to raise a $400 million fund.
Expatriates in Southeast Asia are the highest paid globally and report greater levels of disposable income, according to a new survey from HSBC.
A sharply weaker yen and easier visa rules for Chinese travelers are driving tourists to Japan this holiday season.
Japan's Toshiba said on Monday it will slash around 6,800 jobs in its consumer electronics operations after a $1.3 billion accounting scandal.
A landslide hit the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province on Sunday, burying 22 buildings and leaving 27 people missing.
Investors' focus will turn to Asia again this week, particularly Japan, which is releasing a slew of data on Christmas day.
Beijing's city government appears to be more concerned with protecting its citizens from hazardous air pollution.
Chinese President Xi Jinping defended his country's right to censor Internet content, signaling increased confidence in the strategy.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made heads turn with his meteoric rise to the top rung of Indian politics and his efforts to rebuild India.
Apple and China UnionPay have announced a partnership to officially bring Apple Pay to China by early 2016, underscoring the latest battle for customers in the world's second-largest economy.
India has acquired a passion for soccer but it remains to be seen if the country can translate that to success on the pitch.
China's new home prices picked up at a faster clip in November, offering further signs of a tentative recovery in the economically sensitive sector.
Microsoft's deal with CETG will sell its new Windows 10 operating system to the country's civil service.
Hats off if you placed these "shorts" in 2015 – they were regional top performers, according to two reports this week from Markit.
UK payments start-up has a signed a 10-year deal with a division of China's only credit card company
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