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Ratings agency Standard and Poor's has now downgraded a significant number of Chinese oil and infrastructure companies' outlooks.
Huawei reported a 33 percent rise in net profit for 2015 from the previous year, on the back of its growing consumer device business.
Norway's Telenor is cautious about the impact of Myanmar's new commercial tax on mobile users, its chief executive said Friday.
China's manufacturing activity improved in March, two surveys showed Friday, helping ease concerns over the health of the world's second-largest economy.
The headline index for big manufacturers' sentiment stood at +6 in March, down from +12 seen three months ago, the BOJ's quarterly "tankan" survey showed.
A unit of Guosen Securities said on Thursday it had not neared default on its offshore debt, the Financial Times reports.
While the rest of the world frets about the knock-on effect of China's economic slowdown, the Chinese have a bigger worry: themselves.
China's Anbang Insurance Group will walk away from its proposed takeover of Starwood Hotels.
S&P sliced its credit rating outlooks for China and Hong Kong to negative on Thursday, citing increasing risks to the mainland government’s creditworthiness.
McDonald’s has set its sights on Asia, with the plan of adding over 1,500 new restaurants in China, Hong Kong and South Korea.
Myanmar's new president alluded to removing a law that could bring Aung San Suu Kyi to power. The country's military is unlikely to be impressed.
A North Korean newspaper has warned citizens to prepare for economic hardships ahead as the rogue nation channels funding into its weapons program.
Singapore-based Reebonz is betting on luxury consumption picking up despite chilly economic conditions that has personal luxury growth slow down.
As China's economy looks to be slowing, countries in the region are loading up on prophylactics.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib spent as much as $15 million on luxury items, according to bank-transfer data from a Malaysian probe, The WSJ reported.
Japanese PM Abe insists a sales tax hike due next year will go ahead as planned, barring external shocks. But analysts seem less than convinced.
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The two-year gap between the initial data breach to Yahoo's public announcement is an unacceptably long time, says IBRS Advisor James Turner.