China's top leaders wrapped up their four-day Fourth Plenum on Thursday, promising to enhance the rule of law in the world's second largest economy.» Read More
Wealth among the richest in the Asia-Pacific region could surpass that of North America as soon as next year, a joint report by Capgemini and RBC Wealth Management showed on Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced that it will unveil a handset featuring a curved display in October, upping the ante in the smartphone war.
A merger between Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron is a vote of confidence in Japan as it steps up its efforts to revive its fortunes, analysts say.
Airbus has secured commitments for more than 40 of its A320 family of aircraft from two new Chinese airlines, the company said at an industry event.
After the long, grinding downturn in Vietnam's property market, some investors say now is the time to jump back in.
China's economy is probably growing at an annual rate of 4 percent, said Marc Faber, brushing aside a string of upbeat economic numbers from them.
The death toll from a powerful earthquake in southwestern Pakistan rose to at least 208 people on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is poised to raise Japan's sales tax, but this bruising political decision leaves unresolved the bigger and much more complicated task of curbing runaway social-welfare spending.
The amount of passengers taking domestic flights in China in twenty years time will dwarf that of the U.S., leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus said on Tuesday.
Most of Asia's currencies may have recovered from last month's rout, but Indonesia's rupiah just can't get any love, as it continues to weaken.
With up to 8 percent alcohol, Carlsberg's Tuborg Booster Strong is sold only in India, where consumers in the world's third-fastest growing beer market prefer an extra kick.
China has reportedly made a momentous decision to liberalize internet access within the planned Shanghai free-trade zone to websites seen as politically sensitive such as Facebook.
Singapore's latest push to encourage companies to hire locally is unlikely to have a significant impact on foreign job seekers, say experts.
Boeing is to win one of the world's biggest defense deals of the year when South Korea names the winner of an $7.7 billion fighter jet tender.
For Richard Robinson, there's no question where the world's most vibrant tech startup and entrepreneurial hub is to be found — it's in Beijing.
The Indian rupee has pulled back from record lows in recent weeks, but analysts say a fresh record low of 70 to the dollar is not off the table.
More than 100 Bangladeshi garment factories were forced to shut as thousands of workers protested low minimum wages, police and witnesses said.
The Fed's decision to delay the tapering of asset purchases last week raised great expectations for a solid run in emerging markets, but the party already looks to be short-lived.
More than a quarter of Thailand's provinces have been inundated with flooding, prompting officials to issue landslide warnings and begin evacuation measures on Monday.
Wealthy Chinese are hiring Americans to serve as surrogates for their children, creating a business in "designer" American babies for China's elite.
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Ahead of Britain's third quarter gross domestic product due on Friday, Christian Schulz, Senior Economist at Berenberg, outlines his expectations.
Brent Thill, Managing Director, Software Research at UBS, says Microsoft has laid the foundation to a great cloud business and is reaping the results of these early investments now.
Talks with student protesters have to be based within the framework of the "Basic Law", Hong Kong's chief executive Leung Chun-ying said in a press conference. CNBC's Bernie Lo has more.