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Comedian Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show will be the first daily American show of its kind to be distributed in China.
The wealthy city-state of Singapore, which boasts a high quality of life, is also home to Asia's unhappiest employees, according to a new survey.
A surprise jump in Australia's inflation rate poses a dilemma for central bankers over their next interest rate move.
Favorable financial market conditions combined with strong industry growth should make 2014 a big year for Chinese internet companies.
New Zealand's deputy prime minister told CNBC that global governments' will pressure on multinationals to pay the correct tax levels.
BHP Billiton posted strong rises in its December quarter and said it was well positioned to reward shareholders as productivity increased.
The cause of an Internet outage in China that rerouted millions of users to a U.S. website of a company which helps people get around Beijing's censorship may have been a cyberattack.
Talk of a slowdown in emerging markets is "overblown," Peter Sands told CNBC on Wednesday and he dismissed speculation the bank was a takeover target.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Wednesday and maintained its upbeat consumer inflation forecasts, following signs of economic recovery.
A local currency hit by months of political unrest, and skittish consumers spending less are keeping the pressure on Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont.
While investors shunned emerging markets in 2013, frontier markets racked up stellar gains - but can they stage a repeat performance this year?
Hong Kong is one of the most unaffordable city to buy a property, according to the Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey.
Amid tensions over rising numbers of foreign workers in Singapore, a survey has revealed domestic firms will focus on hiring locals in 2014.
The Thai government declared a 60-day state of emergency to start on Wednesday, saying it wanted to prevent any escalation of more than two months of protests.
Weixin is China's killer app, a highly addictive social networking tool. In the United States, a similar version is known as WeChat. The NYT reports.
The Japan-China relationship is one of the most important bilateral tie-ups in the world in terms of its impact on economic and regional stability.
If Marco Rubio hoped to use his first Asia trip to burnish foreign policy credentials for a possible White House run, he may have missed the mark.
There are not any issues brewing in China or Greece that could lead to the destabilization of global financial markets, said Charles Dallara—the architect of the Greek debt restructuring.
Chinese gold imports look set to fall from last year's record levels, adding to pressure on gold as analysts forecast a price decline for 2014.
China's workforce shrunk for the second straight year in 2013, a trend that's set to continue and have widespread implications for emerging markets.
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Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, explains why this week's meeting of finance ministers from the world's largest developed economies will be a non-event for markets.
Amir Anvarzadeh, director of Japan Equity Sales at BGC Securities, says price discounts could help to maintain the PlayStation 4's sales momentum.
Mark Makepeace, chief executive of FTSE Group, discusses the FTSE Russell's move to launch two transitional indexes that will include China's A-shares.