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Uber is once again making headlines but this time in Asia, where the controversial ride-sharing app is facing fresh legal accusations.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo's cabinet reshuffle this week is a signal he remains committed to his clarion call for growth, analysts say.
Air pollution contributes to the deaths of an estimated 1.6 million people in China every year, according to a newly scientific paper, the NYT reports.
But Japan's prime minister also said generations not involved in conflict should not be burdened with apologies.
Singapore's property shares, already hit by expectations of rising rates, took a beating after China devalued its currency and more pain may be ahead.
Actions by China's central bank have cemented a new reality for traders: one where bets for yuan depreciation go head-to-head with stabilization efforts.
Millennials are often under fire for being a financially clueless generation but many are stepping up by joining university investment clubs.
Some American companies with manufacturing operations in China have been impacted by Wednesday's explosion in the port city of Tianjin.
While a weaker yuan could hurt Apple, don't expect any immediate impact on VC activity in China, GGV Capital's Jeff Richards says.
Most Chinese CFOs have "never really" looked at currency mismatches in their liabilities, one expert told CNBC.
Samsung has unveiled an even larger version of its flagship curved screen smartphone together with a new “phablet,” as it bets on larger displays.
Samsung Electronics unveiled a new Galaxy Note phablet and a larger version of its curved-screen S6 edge smartphone.
Former JPM exec Kabir Sehgal has known Jimmy Carter for years. Here’s what Carter had to say about China devaluing its currency.
Hedge funds focused on China suffered steep outflows in July, after the Shanghai Composite posted a fall of over 14 percent for the month.
A fireball ripped through the night sky above Tianjin, China, after a fire apparently caused a massive explosion at a flammable goods warehouse.
Despite the three U.S. Web giants failing to crack China, Priceline seems to be succeeding. Thus far, anyway.
A massive explosion at a "dangerous goods" warehouse in Tianjin, China, has killed at least 50, including 12 firefighters.
Myanmar's powerful ruling party chief Shwe Mann has been ousted from his post, party members said on Thursday.
South Korea's central bank kept interest rates unchanged at 1.50 percent as it assesses the effect of previous policy easing on the struggling economy.
Singapore is looking to transform itself into one of the planet's greenest places to live. Sustainable Energy takes a look.
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Japan markets' extreme volatility is in response to the global panic environment and Fed uncertainty, explains Ed Rogers from Rogers Investment Advisors.
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Advisors Asset Management's Scott Colyer says earnings won't be as bad as expected and the market is not in a 2008 GFC-like situation.