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Asian equity markets ended mixed in thin trade on Wednesday after strong global economic data triggered fears of an early end to U.S. stimulus.
Asian equity markets ended at session highs on Tuesday with Japan's benchmark index leading gains by 2.6 percent as the yen weakened on news of corporate tax cuts.
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Ajay Sunder, senior director, ICT Practice for Asia at Frost & Sullivan, discusses the impact the ITC ban will have on Samsung.
China's benchmark index shot up to a seven-week high on Monday, boosting Asian stocks across the board on optimism that the world's second-largest economy may be stabilizing, but Japan bucked the trend after weak growth data.
The ITC ruled that Samsung infringed on portions of two Apple patents on digital mobile devices.
A decision is expected to me made today in the patent infringement case between Apple and Samsung. Brian Cooley, CNET.com, and Ina Fried, All Things D, provide insight.
Manoj Menon, partner and managing director at Frost and Sullivan, tells CNBC that fights between Apple and Samsung have had no material impact on the market position of either of these companies.
China's benchmark index outperformed Asia on Friday to end the week in positive territory after a raft of economic data painted an upbeat picture of the world's second largest economy.
A victory for Apple at Friday's International Trade Commission ruling is likely to have little impact on Samsung Electronics' market share and stock performance, according to industry experts.
Edward Snyder, Co-Founder & Managing Director at Charter Equity Research thinks the South Korean giant is already winning the handset war and sees no cause for concern about the ITC decision.
Japan's Nikkei index ended below the key 14,000 level on Wednesday as the yen hit a six-week high against the greenback on uncertainty about when the Federal Reserve could begin tapering its easy-money program.
With Obamacare looming, businesses may look to offer employees healthy-living incentives and track them, said John Sculley, co-founder of Misfit Wearables and former Apple CEO.
Japan's benchmark index reversed earlier losses on Tuesday to rally 1 percent as the yen weakened while the rest of Asian stocks were mixed in choppy trade.
Christopher Carani, a lawyer with McAndrews Held & Malloy, discusses the Obama administration's overturning a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban the sale of older iPhones and iPads.
Asian stocks pulled back from last week's highs on Monday following a tepid U.S. jobs report but positive Chinese economic data over the weekend capped larger losses.
The U.S. economy may have stopped sneezing, but Asia's exports are still laid with a nasty cold. Growth in exports from East Asia's biggest exporters slowed in the second quarter.
Motorola's Moto X is all about the tech giant redefining over the "true Android experience," and hopefully, making some money too, experts say.
We here at NetNet have no idea what this month's NFP number will be. We do know, however, exactly how many items there are in the Morning Six-Pack.
Asian stocks rallied on Friday, extending the previous day's strong gains as investors cheered robust global economic data and a commitment to easy monetary policy from global central banks.