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As Uber continues its expansion into China ... CNBC looks at some of the leaders in the country and how the market will expand.
From Bali to Bangkok, Beijing to Singapore, short-term home rental is taking off in Asia, with new services popping up to rival sector star Airbnb.
Trouble in China has clearly harmed investor sentiment around Apple. But any such concerns are misplaced, some analysts and investors maintain.
China's biggest problem is mirrored across emerging markets, and it will have global implications, the hedge fund manager said.
Bosses of some of the world's biggest automakers have shrugged off concerns over future economic growth in China.
Investor appetite for risk assets has deteriorated sharply on concerns about China and emerging markets, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey shows.
While Australia's revolving door of prime ministers appears unsettling, Malcolm Turnbull could be a positive for the country's troubled economy.
Calls for stimulus to shore up the world's second largest economy are getting louder, but there's at least one reason why Beijing may hold off.
China's stock market plunge and weak data have fanned concerns about the world's second largest economy. But not everyone is convinced.
North Korea said its nuclear complex is working to improve the "quality and quantity" of weapons which it could use against the U.S. at "any time."
Singapore has been covered in a hazy cloud, triggered by raging forest fires in Indonesia.
The BOJ held rates steady but warned that Japan's exports and output were feeling the pinch from slowing demand in emerging markets.
Toshiba swung to a first-quarter loss on weak PC and TV sales, raising pressure on its new chief executive to speed up a business revamp.
Japan is expected to enact into law legislation that allows Japanese troops to fight overseas for the first time since WWII.
A sprawling seaside mansion in Mumbai has been sold for $113M in the most expensive residential property deal in India's history, the FT reports.
The venture relies on a principle considered anathema to foreign companies looking to do business with China: trust, the NYT reports.
Malcolm Turnbull, a multi-millionaire former tech entrepreneur, will be sworn in on Tuesday as Australia's prime minister after toppling Tony Abbott.
Chinese authorities have seized up to 1 trillion yuan from local governments who failed to use their budget allocations, sources said.
As Singapore's ruling party settles to another five years in power, the guessing game of who will succeed Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has begun.
If the Fed raises rates, it will lead to widespread short-covering in the region, JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat says.
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Mark Steinert, CEO and MD of Stockland, said 70 percent of the company's H1 profit came from the company's REIT.
Disney's stock is overvalued, and it spent too much on sports rights in a cord-cutting environment, says Richard Greenfield from BTIG.
Negative interest rates are leading to concerns about the strengths of the financial sector, says National Australia Bank's Ray Attrill.