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Demand for clean, healthy grub has spurred the use of "pure commodities" - ingredients you can actually recognize - by food manufacturers.
The Bank of Japan has radically changed how it will purchase exchange-traded funds in Japan’s stock market. Here’s how to play it.
"Frog Princess" Chelsea Wan has created some surprising products in the fight to keep the family farm in business.
American beef producers will soon be able to sell again to the Chinese market, ending a 13-year ban that has proved to be costly.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte invited U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the European Union to investigate his deadly anti-drugs crackdown.
A new Worldpay survey sheds light on how travelers from different countries plan their trips.
Indian asset manager Zyfin Holdings has launched the first Indian equity ETF ever to be listed outside its home country, listing it on the LSE and Deutsche Boerse.
Tokyo has lost its grip on the yen, and a Fed hike may be the only solution for stopping the yen strength that's weighing on growth.
Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif accused nuclear-armed rival India on Wednesday of putting unacceptable conditions on dialogue with Pakistan.
The demotion of a high-profile politician for critiquing President Duterte has raised worries over the Philippines' commitment to democracy.
India, the world's biggest arms importer, had intended to buy 126 Rafale planes before several years worth of talks with Dassault broke down.
North Korea somehow accidentally opened access to all the websites hosted on its servers, revealing that it only has 28 registered domains.
The breakthrough relies on a ghostly phenomenon that Albert Einstein dubbed "spooky action at a distance", the SCMP reports.
Central bankers trying to spur growth are like alchemists trying to make gold and they're just as likely to fail, said Marc Faber.
Japanese government bond yields rose after the BOJ surprised markets by saying it would aim to guide the 10-year bond yield to around zero percent.
Markets may have approved of the BOJ's paradigm shift on Wednesday, sending shares higher and the yen lower, but analysts called it a damp squib.
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The Little Snowball Co-founder Aloysius Lee tells CNBC how he started as a young investor and why youngsters need to learn investing and financial concepts.
The two-year gap between the initial data breach to Yahoo's public announcement is an unacceptably long time, says IBRS Advisor James Turner.