Asian stocks closed sharply in the red, led by a heavy afternoon sell off in the Chinese market as the regulatory body went after brokerages.» Read More
Singapore threw a big party for the 50th anniversary of independence, even as the city-state began feeling the pinch of a midlife crisis.
Figures show the biggest drop in four months, reinforcing expectations that Beijing will be forced to roll out more stimulus.
World's largest contract electronics manufacturer and a key supplier to Apple signed a pact with India's Maharashtra state.
Lexus, Toyota's luxury brand, is introducing negotiation-free dealerships according to the Detroit Free Press.
A worker at Apple iPhone assembly factory Foxconn fell to his death this week in a suspected suicide, Recode reports.
Beijing was chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, which highlights a bigger problem—many cities don't think it's worth the cost.
Typhoon Soudelor could land a direct hit on the Taiwanese capital of Taipei with the same force as 2005's devastating Hurricane Katrina, NBC reports.
A New Jersey based company is set to take intrepid travelers to the waters of North Korea for a surfing camp.
HTC shares tanked 10 percent on Friday after the electronics company reported disappointing earnings in the face of smartphone competition.
Hong Kong's first major IPO to brave the market since the depths of the China market rout, CRSC, opened nearly flat on debut Friday.
Alibaba has launched an English-language version of its fakes hotline after it signed exclusive deals with international retailers.
North Korea is creating its own time zone, moving its clocks back by 30 minutes to mark the 70th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japanese rule.
Tensions between Malaysia Airlines and Chinese families of MH370 passengers rose as the media was blocked from a meeting about the plane.
SoftBank announced a near $1 billion share buyback and a higher quarterly profit as loss-making Sprint fared better than expected.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady and maintained its upbeat economic assessment, signalling its conviction that inflation will hit its 2% target.
Dalian Wanda is in exclusive talks to acquire World Triathlon, the U.S. owner of the popular Ironman Triathlon franchise, for more than $850 million.
The merger of two Samsung affiliates cleared a major hurdle, with buyback requests falling short of the amount that could have scuppered the $8B deal.
The RBA softened its growth outlook to reflect slower population growth and said effects of this year's double rate cuts were still working through.
Chicken rice, durian, rojak and more: here are the 10 best-loved tastes of Singapore.
One is a former surfer. Another, a former Goldman manager. But both are now in the same boat: they've done a "fintech bootcamp" for promising startups.
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Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, explains why the U.S. corporate sector will cause the country a shallow recession.
OPEC should keep output steady and wait to see if its supply policy will reap rewards, says Alejandro Barbajosa, Middle East and APAC vice president for crude at Argus Media.
Japanese markets have done well because of expansive monetary policy, says Beat Wittmann, co-founder, partner and chairman at Porta Investors.