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.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made an unexpected appearance in Shenzhen to announce the company’s second R&D center in China.
Alcoa’s last quarterly results before its split into two disappointed markets, but an analyst said the separation should bode well for the company.
New investments and a shift to the mass market will help Macau’s gaming industry, said casino tycoon Lui Che Woo.
Former Silicon Valley darling Theranos will close its labs and Wellness Centers, CEO Elizabeth Holmes revealed in a public letter to "stakeholders."
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lost a disagreement with the board over exploring a sale of the company, according to Bloomberg.
Political risks have scared companies off inking deals, Dealogic says — except for Chinese and Japanese firms that hunt U.S. and European targets.
British online clothing retailer Asos has come under fire after an investigative article revealed workers at its warehouse were "treated like machines."
"Bond king" Bill Gross has given his backing to the proposed merger between his employers, Janus Capital, and U.K.-based Henderson Global Investors.
Fund management firms Janus Capital and Henderson Global Investors have agreed an all-share merger.
Price jumps in China's top tier cities have many worried about an asset bubble, but there’s still "some way to go" on prices, a strategist told CNBC.
Hyundai Motor is no stranger to worker strikes but the current episode, its biggest ever, is raising alarm bells.
Lennar reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue as it sold more homes at higher prices and the company said orders rose 8.1 percent.
Hanjin Shipping’s asset sales started last week, potentially setting off a fall in ship values worldwide amid a glut in the market.
QE and negative interest rates from central banks have helped support the economy, but it's time for governments to step up, BNP Paribas' chariman says.
Oracle forecast lower-than-expected profit as growth in its cloud-based business fails to make up for weakness in its traditional software offerings.
St. Jude Medical on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against short-selling firm Muddy Waters and cyber security company MedSec Holdings.
EOG Resources said it would buy Yates Petroleum for $2.5 billion, the latest move by a U.S. energy firm to acquire acreage in the Permian Basin.
Chinese internet search giant Baidu is eyeing Europe as a potential playground despite the uncertainty posed by Brexit and Apple’s tax troubles.
Seth Linden, president of Dukas Linden Public Relations, says the Brexit vote took many by surprise and U.S. firms should learn from this ahead of the presidential election.