Indonesia's president promised a review of the country's ageing air force fleet after the crash of a military transport plane.» Read More
An airline chairman's daughter got a one year prison sentence after being found guilty over an incident about the way she was served nuts.
The yen surged against the U.S. dollar following a report that the country's central bank is cooling on the idea of adding more stimulus.
Malaysia's economy picked up in Q4 on strong construction and manufacturing activity, boosting full-year growth to its fastest in four years.
Japan's core machinery orders rose in December and companies expect orders to increase this quarter, a positive sign for the recovering economy.
Australia's economy unexpectedly lost jobs in January while the unemployment rate spiked to levels not seen in 13 years, sending the Aussie crashing.
The closing of the sale on Wednesday of New York's famed Waldorf Astoria hotel to China's Anbang Insurance Group for $1.95 billion marks the tip of an unprecedented wave of Chinese investment pouring into U.S. hotels.
After a good financial crisis, with sound finances, robust banks and buoyant Chinese demand for its commodities, the returns that made Australia a magnet for investors are buckling under the weight of negative yields elsewhere.
In 2014, China's central bank engineered a revolutionary monetary policy to grow money supply in response to a dramatic fall in capital inflows.
The growing trend of online transactions and e-commerce are putting new twists to Chinese traditions for the coming Lunar New Year.
Baidu reported a 47.5 percent rise in quarterly revenue as users switched from PCs to mobile devices, which have less lucrative forms of advertising.
Eunice Yoon explains why China's iPhone black market is booming.
Global spending on tax free shopping is constantly increasing. Find out which travelers are the most likely to splurge abroad.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party suffered a humiliating defeat in Delhi state elections laying potential road blocks for its national reform agenda.
Taiwan's aviation regulator says 10 of TransAsia's 49 pilots have failed oral proficiency tests on handling an aircraft during engine failure.
Japan is not getting women into the workforce at a fast enough rate with the country's hidebound culture keeping of them at home, analysts say.
American businesses feel increasingly less welcome in China, according to a new survey, with rising protectionism in the mainland a top concern.
Australian counter-terrorism police said they had thwarted an imminent attack linked to Islamic State after arresting two men in Sydney.
Investors are rushing into China's booming healthcare business as the country prepares to cater to hundreds of millions of elderly patients.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group aims to add more directors to its board from outside the bank, revamping its management structure, says sources.
Hedge funds are playing with fire shorting on Nikkei futures, said one analyst, noting Japan’s public pension fund is ready to buy the dip.
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Joel Whitaker, SVP, global head of research at Frontier Strategy Group, outlines the risks for major oil international companies to get back into Iran.
Even if the Greeks vote "no" in the referendum, it won't lead to a definite "Grexit" and negotiations could still go on for 6-9 months, says Neil Dwane, CIO-Equity Europe at Allianz Global Investors.
While Sony's share sale indicates a positive step to expand a profitable business, the move diluted the company's shareholders, says Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management.