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"If you are corrupt, I will fetch you using a helicopter and I will throw you out. I have done this before, why would I not do it again?"
Japan's Takata could settle criminal charges with the U.S. Department of Justice before the Obama administration leaves office.
Japan's Toshiba nose-dived nearly 26 percent on Thursday, marking a fifth consecutive session, after credit downgrades from both Moody's and S&P Global Ratings.
Japan’s economy has plodded along for a while, but Nomura pointed to six potential shake-ups, like more consumers shopping and taking time off.
After laying the groundwork for private homeownership, Meng Xiaosu now wants retirees to cash out, the NYT reports.
The heat is on for the world's largest listing centers as Chinese tech stocks look to list next year, the FT reports.
Attackers drove a car into a government building in China's far western region of Xinjiang and set off an explosive device.
South Korea's antitrust regulator fined Qualcomm Inc 1.03 trillion won for what it called unfair business practices in patent licensing.
Alibaba Digital Media and Entertainment Group plans to invest more than 50 billion yuan ($7.2 billion) over the next three years.
For investors looking to start 2017 with a bang, Netflix and Facebook might be the stocks to buy out of the so-called FANGs.
Shares in chips-to-construction group Toshiba tumbled 20 percent on Wednesday.
Japan’s industrial production data, released on Wednesday, may have offered a light at the end of the tunnel for the long stagnant economy.
OPEC's effort to balance the oil market could have the unintended consequence of crimping China's crude demand, says Matt Smith.
One of Sony Music's Twitter accounts was hacked over the Holiday weekend, spreading hoax news that pop star Britney Spears is dead.
It's a common dilemma facing the business traveller who doesn't want to come home empty-handed -- finding a unique memento or gift that genuinely represents a destination on a tight schedule.
Japan Inc may become a more important force in dealmaking next year.
The chairman of the National Pension Service has been detained as part of the erupting corruption scandal.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe joined U.S. President Barack Obama for a symbolic joint visit to Pearl Harbor on Tuesday.
Next year, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and British TV character Mr. Bean will appear in two Chinese movie productions.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.