China's workforce is growing more restive as it shrinks.
South Korean coastguard and navy divers resumed searching on Thursday for about 290 people still missing after a ferry capsized in sight of land.
China's latest reading on growth has sparked a disagreement between two investment titans viewed as authorities on the country.
Chinese company Weibo—the so-called Twitter of China—is scheduled to start trading on the Nasdaq Thursday.
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Ahead of Weibo Thursday's debut on the Nasdaq, CNBC's Julia Wood discusses how the microblogging site may fare following a recent pullback in tech stocks.
According to a HSBC survey, 51 percent of parents polled around the world ranked the U.S. as one of the top university destinations. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
Rett Wallace, Co-Founder & CEO at Triton Research, says Weibo is a "very robust" company in terms of price despite market concerns about competition with Tencent.