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China's military-civilian scheme to promote innovation could elevate the espionage risk to the US.
"We do expect inflation to be a bit lower going forward, so we are slowly getting there," Stefan Ingves, governor of the Riksbank, told CNBC.
Prospects for the euro are looking up, with some financial experts forecasting the single currency will recover from its five-year slump.
Adidas is abandoning TV advertising as it seeks to quadruple its e-commerce revenues by 2020, chief executive Kasper Rorsted told CNBC.
Cathay Pacific Airways on Wednesday reported its first full-year loss since the 2008 global financial crisis.
South Korean prosecutors have started investigating domestic conglomerates Lotte Group and SK Group.
Most major Japanese companies offered the lowest hike in base pay in four years on Wednesday, a setback for the "Abenomics" campaign.
Indonesia's exports and imports expanded at a slower pace in February compared to a month earlier, as expected in a Reuters poll.
Deborah Kay Elms, executive director at the Asian Trade Centre, told CNBC that the TPP could work without the U.S.
Northeasterners aren't the only ones impacted by Tuesday's snowstorm. Transportation stocks also took a hit.
The powerful March storm packing cold air to parts of the Southeast and Midwest is a becoming menace to farmers.
CFRA Research upgraded the stock to hold from sell, as the shares have now fallen below the firm's 12-month price target of $22.
Apple has been found guilty of fixing the price of iPhones in Russia for several years.
Skepticism aside, proponents of the Nike ad have praised it for normalizing Islamic culture, NBC News reports.
Breaking from norm, the Labor Department has stopped publicizing fines against companies, New York Times reports.
Republicans on the Hill have expressed confidence that they'll be able to pass the bill through the House, Vox reports.
“This referendum that the SNP are now wanting - or are expecting to have - really doesn’t help the negotiations,” Baroness Verma told CNBC.
Pirates hijacked an oil tanker off the coast of Somalia on Monday, the first successful hijacking of a commercial ship since 2012.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is signaling that he will crack down on federal drug laws.
Breitbart News fires a salvo at House Speaker Paul Ryan.
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