Gmail has become difficult to use in China, and in recent weeks the authorities have gummed up Astrill, which circumvents the Internet restrictions. The New York Times reports.» Read More
The market selloff has a silver lining for Australian stocks, as the world's highest yielding developed market is no longer too expensive, Goldman said.
Japan became the first of Iran's oil buyers to make a payment for crude imports under an interim nuclear deal, sources told Reuters on Wednesday.
President Benigno called for more to support the Philippines in resisting China's assertive claims to the seas near his country. The NYT reports.
Almost three years on from Fukushima, concerns about the expansion of nuclear power plants especially in developing economies run high.
The strengthening yen has decked Japanese shares, but it isn't clear if companies need to worry about whether a stronger currency will hurt profits.
Investors ditched Lenovo shares as speculation of a third acquisition added to concerns about its aggressive dealmaking. The FT reports.
Japanese wage earners' total cash earnings rose 0.8 percent in December from a year earlier, a sign of a gradual pickup in salaries.
The Australian dollar saw a strong bounce back following more hawkish central bank rhetoric, but is the worst truly over for this battered currency?
Pressure on Thailand's government mounted when a flagship rice-buying scheme vital to its support stumbled closer to collapse.
Alarmist commentary may have stirred concerns on Singapore's economy, but amid the market rout, safe-haven seekers' faith in its currency appeared unshaken.
U.S. carmaker Tesla is taking a bold step to win over Chinese clients by curbing the markup to just half of what its rivals can command.
Asia's central bankers are being forced to juggle their jobs with what their governments have failed to do - steeling their economies for hard times.
Sony shares jumped nearly 8 percent to a one-week high after news that it is in talks to sell its loss-making Vaio personal computer business.
China's slowdown has been blamed on everything from the new year holiday to structural reforms, but it may just be the economy coming clean.
Countries are lining up to attract China's rich, creating a growing business and economy around selling them residency.
While the New Zealand dollar has been touted as the "hottest" trade of 2014, the country's finance minister says he would like to see it weaker.
Copper marked its longest losing streak in 18 years this week in what some describe as a bad omen for China, but others say it's no cause for alarm.
Fund manager Tres Knippa believes the troubles in Japan are far worse than they seem.
Despite Japan's brighter economic outlook and an improvement in corporate profits, the country's stocks are at the center of a global equity selloff.
A Hong Kong-based group has jumped into the Dubai property market, acquiring property assets of the troubled Dubai Pearl project.
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James Cakmak, Equity Analyst at Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co, says Amazon's fourth quarter earnings proved the sustainability of its profit and later explains his "neutral" rating on the stock.
Emilia Istrate, Director of Research at the National Association of Counties (NACo), discusses the latest survey results, which showed an uneven recovery across 3,069 counties in the U.S.
David Joy, Chief Market Strategist at Ameriprise Financial, says the U.S. markets staged a technical rebound above the 120-day moving average overnight and later explains why the Fed could still hike rates in June.