The bloodbath in Chinese stocks extended into Friday amid reports the securities regulator has launched a market manipulation probe.» Read More
Corporate Japan is reaching beyond its shores to attract new talent, offering lucrative training programs to recruit employees.
The Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect's lukewarm reception may heat up, with the Hong Kong market saying it plans to allow short-selling from March 2.
Modi is looking to reverse India's effective ban on genetically modified food crop trials in a bid to boost the country's dismal farm productivity.
Former prime minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, has been hospitalized for severe pneumonia for the past two weeks but his condition has since stabilized, according to a statement from the government Saturday.
MGM Chairman and CEO Jim Murren says the volatility in China's gaming sector isn't going away soon, but the company can manage.
As fashion fanatics worldwide make notes on this season’s hottest looks, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, gets in the spirit with a new hairdo.
Long-forgotten flip phones, a fad more than a decade ago, are making a curious comeback in Japan, a country known for its cutting-edge technology.
Thailand's interim parliament has passed a law banning foreigners from seeking surrogacy services to end a "rent-a-womb" fertility-tourism industry.
Samsung's acquisition of LoopPay may see it dominate the mobile payment space, experts say, upping the rivalry with long-standing competitor Apple.
Shunto, the "spring offensive" by Japan's trade unions, is making a comeback on behalf of Japanese workers asking for a pay raise, the FT reports.
A powerful cyclone hits northeast Australia, causing massive damage and causing flash flooding, while a second storm made landfall to the west.
Finland's Rovio will start tailoring its Angry Birds mobile games to the Chinese market as it aims to step up business in the world's most populous country.
India's RBI is getting tougher on the country's banks to ensure they push through rate cuts, stopping them from making a "mockery" of its operations.
Following India equities' dazzling rally last year, the market no longer looks compelling, according to storied investor Marc Faber.
Momentum in Asia's second-fastest growing economy may dwindle on warnings of a potential slowdown in a key growth driver: remittances.
India's currency suffered a security breach that government officials kept hidden, according to a new report.
An Indonesian telecom found a way to restructure its debt over creditor objections: it loaned itself money and counted its own votes toward approval.
Singapore's tony Sentosa Cove properties attracted wealthy foreign buyers, but now it's the slowdown's epicenter. The New York Times reports.
Fast-rising seas in the Sundarbans have left thousands homeless and much of the region could be underwater in 15-25 years. The AP reports.
Japan's January exports rose 17.0 percent on-year, beating expectations, suggesting a weaker yen may be boosting demand for the country's products.
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