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A protracted political crisis in Thailand appears to be taking a growing strain on an economy that has proved resilient to turmoil in the past.
The slide in the Chinese yuan to a seven-month low versus the dollar could be a precursor to the next big change in Beijing’s currency policy.
Mark Karpeles, the CEO of embattled bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox, has tried to dampen speculation regarding the company, confirming that he has not left Japan.
The rapid slide in the yuan could have implications on demand for U.S. Treasurys from the region, according to one market watcher.
China's corporate debt has hit record levels and is likely to trigger more defaults as credit repayment problems rise.
Australia's government is expected to come to the aid of struggling flag carrier Qantas, but what form that assistance takes remains unclear.
As Singaporeans' burgeoning appetite for London's property market continues to thrive, investment firms are launching products to tap into the trend.
Mt.Gox posted an update on its website on Tuesday, saying a "decision was taken to close all transactions for the time being," citing "recent news reports and the potential repercussions on MtGox's operations."
China shares dropped sharply, with analysts citing a witches' brew of jitters, including a declining yuan, property worries and tightening measures.
Samsung's S5 fails to excite many analysts, but the company is putting a greater bet on the wider realm of wearable technology.
India holds the key to future growth in the smartphone market as the maturation of the Chinese market has seen an ease in demand, said IDC.
After 2013's hectic gains, Japan stocks may be downshifting to slow and steady as reforms need some lag time to spur further advances, analysts said.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner has made it clear that the company sees huge potential in China, and the business network is taking steps to profit from it.
The unusually sharp decline in the yuan in recent days has given rise to speculation that a policy shift is taking place in the mainland.
Alibaba, the dominant force in China's e-commerce market, may already have lost a battle with Tencent for the world's biggest mobile market.
China property and bank shares tumbled amid local media reports some banks are cutting off property-sector financing, suggesting long-simmering risks may be headed toward a boil.
China's brick-and-mortar banks are launching a counter-attack against the assault on their business from Alibaba and other Internet heavyweights.
Top strategists on Wall Street say the yen is set to weaken a lot further this year, and that should be a bullish sign for stocks.
Taiwanese manufacturer believes its latest model, the Desire 816, has the winning formula after a tough 2013.
Chinese internet platform Sina has picked banks for a spin-out of its Twitter-like micro-blogging service Weib.
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