The Japanese spent more than they saved in the 12 months ended March 2014, the first time that's happened since the data set began in 1955.» Read More
Nokia has delayed completing the sale of its phone business to Microsoft as the company continues to face regulatory hurdles in Asia.
One of JPMorgan Chase's top bankers in China is leaving the bank amid an investigation into its hiring practices in Asia.
Amid growing speculation that China may move to stimulate its economy soon, policy makers were being careful not to repeat past mistakes.
The flash HSBC PMI on Chinese manufacturing activity came in at 48.1, compared with a final reading of 48.5 in February.
China's urbanization is key to shifting toward domestic consumption and away from investment-led growth, the World Bank's chief operating officer said.
A Chinese military aircraft searching for the missing plane spotted several "suspicious" floating objects on Monday in remote seas off Australia.
For Asian markets this week, attention turns to data from China and Japan for the latest insight on the health of the region's two biggest economies.
India's battered economy could return to its glory days of growth above 8 percent, the chief exec of one of India's largest lenders, told CNBC.
Huawei said it would condemn any infiltration of its servers by the U.S. National Security Agency if reports of such activities by the NSA were true.
New French satellite images show possible debris from a missing Malaysian airliner deep in the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysia said on Sunday.
Thailand's Constitutional Court nullified February's election that was disrupted by protesters, further delaying the formation of a new government.
Shares of global supply chain manager Li & Fung rallied almost 20 percent on Friday on robust earnings and plans to spin-off its brands unit.
Chinese satellites have spotted objects floating in the southern search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane that could be debris and the country has sent ships to investigate, Malaysia said on Saturday.
China's slowing economy has stoked chatter that Beijing is moving closer to unleashing fresh monetary stimulus measures as soon as next quarter.
The Australian dollar has remained surprisingly stable this week but analysts are divided over whether this stability will last.
China's move to give the yuan more wiggle room is a sign of caution and deepening concern about the slowing economy, government economists say.
Casino companies' latest projects are tapping Asia's furthest corners, but bullish forecasts are relying on Chinese tourists' wandering feet.
The most recent satellite images of two objects that could be related to missing Malaysia Airlines flight are "credible," but authorities have yet to be confirm whether they form part of the plane's debris.
The chairman of Bloomberg said that the firm should have reconsidered articles that deviated from its core of coverage of business news. NYT reports.
China's insurance regulator has warned of risks in investment programs marketed by insurance asset management firms, an official newspaper reported.
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