Japan's Sony Corp warned it doesn't now expect to make money on smartphones this year, as it reported a jump in first-quarter profit.» Read More
Wealthy Chinese are hiring Americans to serve as surrogates for their children, creating a business in "designer" American babies for China's elite.
As Japan undergoes a seismic shift in economic policy that promises to end two decades of stagnation, one unsuspecting segment of society may be getting a raw deal: the elderly.
China's manufacturing sector picked up further steam in September, a preliminary survey of factory managers showed on Monday.
China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, devoted $8 billion to build a "motion-picture city" which he described as the biggest-ever single investment in the industry.
Private bankers may be targeting Asia’s rising wealthy class, but a shortage of wealth managers has hobbled the industry’s growth, spurring companies to poach employees.
A powerful typhoon hit Hong Kong and the southern China coast on Monday, killing at least 20 people on the mainland, causing floods and gale force winds.
A Chinese court has found former Communist Party boss, Bo Xilai, guilty of all charges of corruption, sentencing the disgraced former official to life in prison.
Societe Generale forecast a lengthy emerging markets rally on Friday, becoming the latest bank to turn bullish on the sector following the Federal Reserve's announcement.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) took the markets by surprise, raising its key lending rate by 25 basis points to 7.50 percent on Friday.
Japan’s stocks may have surged more than 40 percent so far this year, but some analysts believe they are poised to climb even higher.
Critics may have panned the new iPhones for not moving the needle much, but diehard fans in Asia still lined up outside stores for the launch.
Positive economic data have boosted investor sentiment towards China recently, but Capital Economics warns that this is unlikely to be sustained.
Even in the face of growing debt levels, Malaysia is confident that its fiscal house is in order.
Former Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi, who built the company into a video game giant, died on Thursday of pneumonia. He was 85.
The Fed's decision to continue with its asset-buying gives the rupee a reprieve and creates space for scaling back measures put in place to support the currency.
Early Friday, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck Fukushima prefecture in Japan which hosts Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc's nuclear power station.
The weak yen may have come too late to convince manufacturers to keep production in Japan and Nissan will stick with its plans to localize its auto plants.
The Fed's surprise decision to not taper has given emerging market assets a shot in the arm, with strategists now forecasting a multi-week rally.
Although the Rupiah has dipped in recent weeks, passengers are still flying from Jakarta to Singapore, now the world's fastest-growing air route.
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Manoj Menon, Partner & MD at Frost and Sullivan, discusses his expectations for Sony and Panasonic which are due to release their first quarter earnings on late Thursday.
Ahead of Friday's U.S. nonfarm payrolls, Selena Ling, Head, Treasury Research & Strategy at OCBC Bank, gives her estimates for the number of jobs that the U.S. added to its economy in June.
Jim Rickards, Senior Managing Director at Tangent Capital, discusses whether Argentina's second default on its sovereign debt will have a contagion effect on global financial markets.