China is tightening control over foreign companies' internet use in a move some worry might disrupt their operations. » Read More
Australia's labor market strengthened for a fourth month in June led by a remarkable comeback in full-time jobs. » Read More
Showdown brewing: With lessons learned in China, a rival is taking on Facebook, Snapchat and YouTube
By: Qian Chen
The global spin-off of Chinese live-streaming company YY is aiming to take on U.S. rivals Facebook and Snapchat. Founder David Li speaks with CNBC. » Read More
By: Nyshka Chandran
The lack of progress at Wednesday's U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue may be indicative of further tensions on trade. » Read More
Chinese officials are bullish about the country's global standing after Donald Trump's first few weeks in office, the FT reports.
China's banking regulator brushed aside suggestions that he would lead a merger of the country's three financial watchdogs, the SCMP reports.
Japan's core consumer prices rose for the first time in over a year in January.
China is on a U.S. buying spree, but Beijing is blocking Hollywood deals as it tries to stop money from escaping the country.
The story for retail in Hong Kong is not exactly new, and it's not exactly rosy.
Australia will require a shake-up of current tax policy to sustain growth, the OECD has said.
The buyout of the City of London's tallest tower by a Chinese investor shows ongoing appetite for UK commercial property from Asian buyers.
A humble delivery man has now become China's third-richest billionaire.
A White House internal review of strategy on North Korea features the possibility of military force to counter North Korea's nuclear-weapons threat; Wall Street Journal report.
Indonesia has made headlines for racial and religious tensions that dominated recent Jakarta polls, but the situation has not affected the country's banks.
A consortium of Japanese banks plan to commercially implement a cloud-based payments platform powered by blockchain.
The race for Hong Kong's top job has narrowed down to three candidates in an election set for March 26.
Harley chief executive Matt Levatich publicly supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation free trade agreement that Trump scrapped.
The U.S. SEC said on Tuesday it froze the assets of certain traders in a suspected insider trading scheme on the Softbank-Fortress deal.
Macau's gambling revenue rose for a seventh month and hit a two-year high in February, giving a boost to casino stocks Wednesday.
According to one investor, London has a 30 percent chance of hosting the Saudi Aramco IPO, but New York is more likely.
India posted better-than-expected 7 percent annual growth rate for the December quarter but doubts over the impact of demonetization linger.
Expectations for rising interest rates haven't dampened the appetite of the world's ultra-wealthy to scoop up property investments.
Central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan looks likely to remain in the post for a while, the SCMP reports.
Tensions are surging in China after a decision pushed forward plans to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system in South Korea.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox
Dalian Wanda has brought a second buyer into a deal originally between just Sunac and Wanda. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
John Driscoll of JTD Energy Services weighs in on the state of the oil markets and compliance with OPEC-led production cuts.
Johan Jooste of the Bank of Singapore talks about valuations in regional markets and explains why he thinks South Korean markets need scrutiny.