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Budding Taiwanese whiskey maker Kavalan is making a big splash in the world of single malt, delighting the taste buds of connoisseurs globally.
Motorola is returning to Chinese smartphone market to take on Xiaomi and Huawei, as the venerable mobile maker's recovery gains momentum. The Financial Times reports.
With abundant mineral wealth, Myanmar ought to be looking forward to a mining boom, but long-running insurgencies and a murky regulatory framework are holding back all but the intrepid.
After a more than seven-year mire, China stocks may finally be on the cusp of a long-term bull run, shrugging off an economic slowdown, analysts said.
Following the China chicken scandal and rationing french fries, this week bits of vinyl were found in McDonald's Japan chicken nuggets.
Search teams looking for underwater AirAsia wreckage located the tail of the aircraft, the section where the crucial black box is housed.
All things old eventually become new again, and apparently obsolete consumer tech brands are no exception.
Sony's chief executive says employees at its movie studio were victims of "one of the most vicious and malicious cyberattacks that we have known." The FT reports.
Tencent's new private bank is expected to bring in a host of reforms for China's financial system, but several challenges could soon derail optimism, experts say.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi named right-leaning economist Arvind Panagariya to run his new Policy Commission, putting an end to socialist planning.
Despite the lackluster performance of Japanese stocks in 2014, investors have high hopes for the market, forecasting gains of 17 percent by year-end.
China's services sector grew at its fastest pace as orders remained strong, a sign of strength even as manufacturing activity and property market slows.
Samsung Electronics launched a lineup of high-tech premium TVs, calling on its original mainstay devices to help avert a second year of profit decline.
An Indonesian vessel has found what could be the crashed plane's tail, the section where the black box voice and flight data recorders are located.
Property prices in the Philippines have surged over the past few years, but it isn't clear puffed up valuations stack up to a bubble.
With U.S.-Russia relations in shambles and increasing friction among euro zone members, brace for an even shakier year in geopolitics in 2015.
A single Bluefin tuna has sold for $37,500 in the first fish auction of the year this weekend in Toyko, Japan, according to media reports.
Transportation ministry announces harsh measures against everyone who allowed AirAsia Flight 8501 to take off without proper permits.
China's Xiaomi rung in the New Year with a triple-digit percent revenue increase, but investors shouldn't pop champagne corks yet, analysts say.
China's $26B trainmaker merger made Bank of America Merrill Lynch first in Asia's 2014 dealmaking rankings, showing the importance of SoEs for banks.
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Jay Nelson, senior editor of Success Stories: Japan, says the upbeat results from Sony's image sensor business indicates that technology will play a bigger role in the company's revenue from now on.
Steve Okun, vice chairman of the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC), discusses whether talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) could be concluded in Hawaii this week.
Robert Sinche, chief global strategist at Pierpont Securities, expects a stronger dollar to remain a challenge for the U.S. economy and companies in the second half of 2015.