Appointing a former Goldman Sachs banker as president could give a much-needed boost to the overseas ambitions of Alibaba, experts told CNBC.» Read More
The PC's fall from popularity helped drive a hard-hit Dell to take itself private, but the computer maker now sees signs its business is turning around.
A reading of China's services sector expanded at a quick pace, a positive signal that marked a sharp contrast to recent weak manufacturing data.
More than a month after regulators rolled out measures to stem an equity rout, markets remain underwater. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Brands are everything to retailers, and Alibaba has found one that should do wonders for its marketability: Goldman Sachs.
As Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence, questions are percolating about its future.
Indonesia's Q2 growth is expected to be slowest since 2009, despite the government's promise to jumpstart the economy after a dismal first quarter.
Australia will help France examine the aircraft wreckage found on the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean, the deputy PM revealed on Wednesday.
An International Monetary Fund staff report suggested that the IMF delay the currency basket adoption of yuan.
Overnight the Chinese government cracked down on short-selling. CNBC spoke with two analysts about whether the move is a good one for markets.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics said on Monday it will create a $85.8 million fund to compensate its cancer-stricken workers.
A worldwide slump in industry lies behind this year’s tumble in precious and base metal prices, a commodities expert has told CNBC.
Results easily beat analyst estimates, as costs cuts and currency gains made up for slightly weaker vehicle sales.
China's rocky stock market ride can benefit private equity players as companies seek funding from other sources, David Rubenstein says.
Alibaba has appointed a former top Goldman Sachs executive as president to lead the Chinese e-commerce giant's international expansion.
The Australian dollar rallied after the Reserve Bank of Australia surprised some by tempering its call for a lower currency, triggering a short squeeze.
With earnings season now in full swing, China remains the buzzword – but for all the wrong reasons.
Spot gold's tumble to a half-decade low has injected fear into the hearts of many miners, but not in Australia.
China has stepped up its short-selling crackdown with new rules that prevent traders borrowing and repaying stocks within a day.
Zhang Xiongjie's story is a remarkable rags-to-riches journey, achieved by dominating one of the obscure corners of China's unruly markets: egg futures.
Funds deposited into Malaysian PM Najib Razak's bank accounts were a donation, not from debt-laden state fund 1MDB, the anti-corruption commission said.
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