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Apple will launch its Apple Pay service in China after doing deals with the country's four largest state-run banks, the WSJ reported.
The boss of Snapdeal is confident that his firm can become the market leader in India's rapidly-growing e-commerce market by the end of this fiscal year through March.
Wal-Mart buys heavily into the China story, despite slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy, the retail giant's Asia CEO said.
Asian stocks were battered on Friday, amid sharp falls in commodity prices and growing expectations that the Fed will hike rates next month.
Asian equities were lackluster on Thursday, with weakening commodity prices and concerns over a slower-growing China pressurizing markets.
The "Halftime Report" traders deliver two trades as the second half of the day began.
The Chinese e-commerce giant is in talks to invest around $80 million in Boxed, a New York City-based shopping app
While Apple stock fans await a new iPhone to rally shares, an even bigger factor for Apple grew by 112 percent over the past year.
PepsiCo has pulled out of sponsorship deal with the scandal-plagued annual Indian Premier League, the FT reports.
First comes China. Could Japan be a draw for e-hailing enabled companies?
According to a report released Thursday, China minted 242 billionaires over the past year.
Wall Street's high-profile investors have a long history of moving markets. Now, strategists are wondering if the same could ring true for China.
Widely publicized jeremiads about emerging markets are mainly referring to East Asia's developing economies. They are totally wrong.
Asian shares plummeted on Tuesday, with commodity plays among the biggest casualties on the back of China-related worries.
Yahoo will proceed with its planned Alibaba spinoff, even though the IRS hasn't ruled whether the move will be tax free.
Chinese taxi-hailing app Didi Kuaidi said it has invested in India's largest ride-hailing app, Ola, according to Reuters.
One year on from its debut on the New York Stock Exchange, Alibaba is weighed down by more brickbats than bouquets.
Asia's home-grown taxi apps may experience more consolidation and partnerships amid rising competition.
Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Kuaidi is set to raise about $3B in a fundraising round, just as funding at rival Uber China raises $1.2B.
A Chinese stock trading platform part-owned by Alibaba's Jack Ma was slapped with fines by regulators late Wednesday.