The British government is facing a $40 million tussle with the governor of Jakarta over plans to sell the site of former U.K. embassy. The FT reports.» Read More
We've put together a list of 2012's most expensive property markets, based on research by luxury estate agent Knight Frank, ranking areas by both average property prices for the year, and price per square foot in the fourth quarter.
Samsung, with a $110 million investment in cash-strapped Sharp, will broaden its supplier base and get a foot in the door at one of Apple key Asian display suppliers.
Toyota will reshuffle its top bosses and take the axe to its decision making structure, part of a move to put lower-ranked workers in day-to-day command as it seeks faster responses to market changes, the firm said on Wednesday.
South Korea's military said it will strike back at North Korea and target its top leadership if Pyongyang launches a threatened attack in response to drills between U.S. and South Korean forces.
Samsung Electronics is set to invest about $110 million in struggling Sharp, a deal that will ensure it a smooth supply of large-sized TV panels and help bolster the Japanese company's chances of survival.
China's planned urbanization drive will be main engine of growth for domestic economic activity in the years ahead, giving the government scope to boost domestic demand and infrastructure investment.
Fresh regulations on banker bonuses is a risk for Standard Chartered, warned CEO of the bank's Asia division, Jaspal Bindra, who said an unfair amount of attention has been paid to the issue.
It's already home to some of the world's most expensive properties and considered one of the most costly places to live in. Now, this island state is also one of the priciest places to own a car.
China's IPO action has been locked in ice since October by China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) officials intent on boosting investor confidence and improving scrutiny of stock market hopefuls.
Demand for financial products linked to China is on the rise and efforts by the world's second largest economy to further open its capital markets will add to their lure, said Mark Makepeace, CEO of global index provider FTSE Group.
Australia's economy grew at a moderate pace last quarter as a long-awaited surge in resource exports helped offset softness elsewhere.
North Korea's ruling dynasty could have its newest member. After months of speculation over whether Ri Sol-ju, Kim Jong-un's wife, was pregnant, there are now reports that the couple's first baby was born in secret. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Asia Squawk Box anchors tell you how to offer presents in China without being called out for bribery.
Samsung's next smartphone may have some eye-catching new software.
Virgin America and Singapore Airlines frequent fliers can now earn and redeem points or miles on each carrier in an expanded partnership.
The U.S. and China have struck a tentative deal on a sanctions resolution that would punish North Korea for its third nuclear test, which it conducted last month, U.N. diplomats said on Monday.
Prime Minister Wen Jiabao of China has displayed a blend of defeatism and defensiveness as he winds down his decade in office. The New York Times reports.
Fears of a bubble building in China's property markets were debunked by Stephen Roach as investors become increasingly concerned over the country's rising property prices.
Worries that China's property market is over heating are spreading beyond mainland policymakers, with key industry players including the head of the country's largest real estate developer warning of huge risks in the sector.
Malaysian troops backed by fighter jets attacked an armed Filipino group on Tuesday, trying to end a standoff on Borneo island after violence that killed at least 27 people.
Despite EU finance ministers failing to reach a banking deal, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, President of the Eurogroup, explains why he still thought the meeting was a success.
David Mann, Regional Head of Research, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, warns that North Asian markets will fare better than their Southeast Asian peers next year.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific at Standard & Poor's speaks about the key risk scenarios and growth opportunities for Asia in 2014.