The music business has shifted toward downloads and streaming globally. But in Japan, the compact disc is still king. The New York Times reports.» Read More
Australia warned travelers to Indonesia of a planned demonstration at its embassy in Jakarta as anger grows over reports of spying on Indonesians.
Alan Dixon, an investor from Australia, and his investments in New York area residential real estate are a microcosm of a much bigger trend sweeping the country. The New York Times reports.
Japan's $2 trillion in public funds will eventually be invested in stocks and other riskier assets.
Japan's exports rose a stronger-than-expected 18.6 percent in October from a year before, thanks to the weak yen and a pick-up in overseas demand.
After selling several versions of its PlayStation 3 at a loss, Sony appears to be on a more profitable path with its latest gaming console.
Singapore's foreign-labor restrictions have made it tough for retailers and food outlets to find workers.
After the immediate needs are met, Philippines will still need to rebuild schools and help children recover emotionally. The NYT reports.
Australia is gearing up to move into a tipping culture much like the one that exists in the U.S., a University of Melbourne PhD student has concluded.
RBI's Raghuram Rajan has promised to remake the country's banking sector as he seeks to introduce a new era of competition. The FT reports.
Tensions broke on Monday between an American and European group of retailers that formed to improve factory safety in Bangladesh. The NYT reports.
While Chinese equity markets have rallied on the country's landmark reform agenda, skepticism is setting in over how long the party in stocks will last.
China may not have the most billionaires, but it does have the youngest.
Asia-Pacific’s booming property prices will plummet 40-to-50 percent when the Fed starts tapering, a senior economist warned CNBC.
Reports of glitches with the PlayStation 4 could cast a cloud over Sony's latest product.
China will expand the yuan trading band to help make the currency more flexible and market-driven, said central bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan.
Thailand's economy expanded for the first time in three quarters in July-September but at a slower pace than expected.
Despite having a high workforce participation rate for women, Singapore significantly lags global peers in boardroom diversity, a study has found.
China will steer local governments away from the pursuit of economic growth at all costs and beef up their powers to punish polluters.
A widely anticipated change to China's one-child policy unveiled on Friday, has led to speculation over whether it will lead to a baby boom?
Chinese shares soared on Monday as news in China of sweeping economic reforms ignited a fresh lease of life into the under performing equity market.
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