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Uber is softening the blow of China's market turmoil by offering discounts to users, just hours after trading was suspended.
All eyes are on China to help lift "The Force Awakens" after Disney announced that it had become the U.S.' highest grossing film ever.
China's foreign exchange reserves fell $107.9 billion in December to $3.33 trillion, the biggest monthly drop on record.
Google is looking to hire more than 50 people in China as it looks to jump back in to the world's second-largest economy.
Goldman Sachs is underweight in markets where stocks markets have greater correlation with Chinese equities - mostly markets in North Asia.
China's central bank guided the yuan lower on Thursday at the fastest pace since its shock devaluation in August.
China's state-owned media have plenty of acerbic advice for ally North Korea over the reclusive state's nuclear test.
Barack Obama talked by phone with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe about the response to North Korea's nuclear test, the White House said.
Major shareholders must not sell more than 1 percent of a listed company's share capital through stock exchanges' centralized bidding system every three months.
China's markets may be tumbling, in part on disappointing Caixin manufacturing PMI, but DBS' CEO thinks the figures are "inconsequential."
Pyongyang has preened itself as the proud owner of a "hydrogen bomb of justice" but historical data shows it's unlikely to spook markets.
Weak growth among major emerging markets will weigh on growth in 2016, with advanced economies solely responsible for a modest expansion.
There are two main reasons why you shouldn't panic about North Korea's alleged H-bomb, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
The U.S. and its Asia-Pacific allies will likely be drawn closer in the wake of North Korea's most recent nuclear test.
The UN denounced North Korea's claims of a hydrogen bomb test, as world leaders slammed Pyongyang.
The Fed paid it forward to juice the economy and the market. It may be payback time for stocks, says former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
The Chinese government should do this in one fell swoop, instead of doing it in spurts, Scott Brown of Raymond James says.
North Korea's hydrogen bomb test claim ignited "another tinderbox in the world besides the Middle East," said former ambassador to the U.N.
Samsung announced on Wednesday that its Gear S2 smartwatch will now be compatible with Apple's iOS devices.
It appears Chinese mobile maker Huawei Technologies isn’t only a favorite in its home market, but overseas as well.
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