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Thailand's stock index fell more than 6 percent on Wednesday and the baht skidded, a day after police warned of a Bangkok bomb plot.
The Philippine President is set to sign a regulation this month banning smoking in all public places.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made an unexpected appearance in Shenzhen to announce the company’s second R&D center in China.
If you currently own an original, or a replacement, Galaxy Note 7 and live in Asia Pacific, there's a range of options.
Alcoa’s last quarterly results before its split into two disappointed markets, but an analyst said the separation should bode well for the company.
Samsung's known for its great design — so that's probably not what caused the issues plaguing its Note 7 line, said John Sculley.
The "race to the bottom" taking place in the U.S. presidential election campaign is delighting one observer: Communist China.
Beijing and Shanghai have unveiled strict, and unpopular, draft rules to regulate popular taxi-hailing services, the SCMP reports.
The outcome could set a precedent on whether the look and feel of a product entitles the designer to the entire profit.
A Chinese institute is developing a shipping container-sized nuclear power plant called the "hedianbao," the South China Morning Post reports.
Yum Brands released dismal quarterly sales, leaving investors worried about the spinoff of Yum China scheduled for October 31.
The U.S. has finished behind countries including Algeria and Kazakhstan in a new ranking of the best and worst countries in which to be a girl, NBC reports.
Samsung has a very narrow window of opportunity to fix the Galaxy Note 7, or its dominance in the smartphone market could come under pressure.
Few companies are capitalizing on the Chinese government's new infrastructure initiatives, says HSBC.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore accused Falcon Private Bank of a "persistent and severe lack of understanding" of anti-money-laundering rules.
Shares of Apple's stock bounced amid reports that Samsung had adjusted production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Samsung announced late Monday it will ask all of its global partners to stop sales and exchanges of Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung said on Monday it is adjusting shipment volumes for Galaxy Note 7 smartphones due to reports of some of the devices catching fire.
Australia's richest woman and a Chinese developer have agreed to jointly buy Australia's largest private land holding.
AT&T is discontinuing all sales and exchanges of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones following a number of fires, The Verge reports.
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Ross Feingold, Republicans Abroad, weighs in on negotiations between the U.S. and Europe over trade.
The softer dollar is a result of weaker than expected economic data out of the U.S., says Patrick Bennett, CIBC.
Philippine President Duterte's use of martial law could generate even more resentment in Mindanao, says Roberto Herrera-Lim, Teneo Intelligence.