China's move to curb IPOs could endanger nearly $32B billion worth of go-private deals announced this year by Chinese companies planning to drop their U.S. listings.» Read More
The recent collapse of a Chinese developer has raised fears over the stability of the mainland property sector, but Vincent Lo, CEO of Shanghai-based developer Shui On Land, says defaults will remain contained.
Japan's industrial output tumbled 2.3 percent in February from a month earlier, well short of analyst forecasts for a 0.3 percent increase.
Armed with mobile apps, staff at Singapore's Changi Airport hope digital wizardry will boost its kudos with the growing number of travelers.
An exclusive CNBC survey has identified two key investment opportunities for 2014: Chinese internet plays and Apple supply-chain stocks.
Isn’t it time for China to let go of the last vestiges of its past and abandon the concept of a growth target, asks Stephen Roach.
There's plenty to chew over in Asia this week including policy decisions in Australia and India, Chinese factory activity and a hike in Japan's sales tax.
Australia's prime minister said he was hopeful a clue will soon emerge in the hunt for Flight 370, as Chinese relatives of passengers protested in Malaysia to demand that the government apologize.
Chinese authorities have seized assets worth $14.5 billion from associates of retired security tsar Zhou Yongkang, who is at the center of China's biggest corruption scandal in decades.
Two years before bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox filed for bankruptcy, the CEO was challenged over whether client money was being used to cover costs, sources claimed.
Objects retrieved on Friday are not related to missing Malaysia Airlines jet, Chinese state media said.
Chinese IPOs are lining up to list on U.S. exchanges. Forget the hype, check to be sure the companies are not involved in related-party transactions.
The search area of the missing pane has shifted northeast of where a team of investigators had been looking for debris. NBC News reports.
Indian firm Sahara has asked each of its employee to pay 100,000 rupees ($1,670)to get the boss out of jail, according to reports.
The New Zealand dollar soared to its highest level since August 2011 this week, but is there a danger the party could be over soon?
Japan on Friday released a mixed bag of economic data, which have been closely-watched ahead of the country's first sales tax hike in 17 years that goes into effect next week.
Every male university student in North Korea is now under orders to get North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's distinctive hairstyle.
There has been much chatter about fresh stimulus in China, but those who are hoping for an ‘all-guns-blazing’ announcement could be left disappointed.
Violas, which look like overgrown violins, are the butt of musician jokes, but hold the humor here.
The Indian rupee has staged an impressive turnaround in the recent months, but analysts say it may struggle to sustain its move below the key 60 level.
The first quarter has been a mixed bag for Asia's major markets, with last year's star performer turning into this year's laggard.
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While the events in Greece are affecting investor sentiment, it won't provoke the spread of a financial contagion, says Stefan Hofer, MD & chief investment strategist for Asia at BNP Paribas Wealth Management.
The seemingly never-ending debt crisis has led thousands of Greeks to leave the country for better prospects elsewhere. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports from Melbourne.
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, discusses news that over 20 percent of Chinese-listed companies have issued requests to suspend trading or extend trading halts.