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Orchard Road remains the top destination for shoppers during the recent Great Singapore Sale, according to a new report.
Footage this week of Indonesian militants thought to be fighting in Syria for ISIS shocked Southeast Asian security analysts, the Financial Times reports.
Temasek has been shopping loss-making container-shipping company Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) to prospective buyers, the Wall Street Journal reports.
New Zealand's Fonterra is cutting jobs in an effort to shore up its cash flows amid a slump in global dairy demand, particularly from No. 1 buyer China.
Hanergy Thin Film Power said it may launch a judicial challenge to a decision by the Hong Kong securities regulator to suspend trading in its shares.
South Asia's ship graveyards, hit cheap Chinese steel and new EU environmental rules, are losing business to more modern yards in places like China and Turkey.
China's market selloff may have decked traders but one group is benefitting: the country's home-grown online finance companies.
Toshiba expects up to $3.2B in charges after an improper accounting probe that is set to force CEO Hisao Tanaka out, sources said.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has cut its 2015 and 2016 growth forecasts Asia, largely as a result of the slower than expected growth in China.
Existing anti-malaria drugs have the ability to treat Parkinson's disease, a team of international scientists announced on Thursday.
While it's no secret that Asia is the world's millionaire factory, what may not be as well known is just how young the region's ultra-moneyed are.
Toyota is hoping that the launch of its hydrogen fuel cell powered Mirai will help to end of our reliance on fossil fuels.
As investors await further clarity on the status of the Micron-Tsinghua deal, CNBC takes a look at the top 10 U.S. acquisitions by Chinese companies.
China's second-quarter economic growth beat forecasts, spurring some to cry foul and others to say I told you so. Here's what the experts are saying.
With China's local brands fast grabbing market share for items from toothpaste to fruit juice, multinational consumer companies are finding it harder to compete. The Financial Times reports.
A slide in Chinese stocks that undermines consumer confidence could also hurt Western firms exposed to the world's second-biggest economy.
Walt Disney Chairman and CEO, Bob Iger, told CNBC he was “extremely bullish” about China’s long-term prospects.
When it comes to charitable giving, wealth is not necessarily the best predictor of big-heartedness.
The BOJ kept monetary policy steady and largely maintained its upbeat inflation forecasts, even as soft exports and household spending forced it to trim its GDP projection.
China's economic pulse appears to be steadying, with quarterly growth data beating forecasts, but that renewed long-standing concerns over accuracy.
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Lilliana Vazquez, style expert and editor of The LV Guide, explains why online shopping is on an upwards trend and gives advice for Black Friday shopping.
The opportunity in India's increasing consumption is huge, says Kishore Biyani, Future Group CEO, who 10 years ago was one of the first to open a Walmart-inspired hypermarket in India.
Weak retail results in the fall won't necessarily lead to strong results in the Christmas holiday season, notes Edward Yruma, retail analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets.