Sony has launched a crowdfunding site to finance employees' ideas, in a bid to bring back innovation to the Japanese electronics giant.» Read More
Alibaba's magic carpet ride came to a standstill on Thursday, but experts say the world's largest e-commerce firm remains a compelling investment.
Colleen McCullough is likely Australia's best-known writer, but one Australian daily thought her weight was more important than her work.
Japan's Honda Motor Co sliced 6.5 percent off its core annual profit forecast.
A motley group of Thai civilians frustrated by their government's lackluster response to human trafficking have taken up arms to patrol a smuggling route.
Sunac plans to buy a 49.3 percent stake in troubled Chinese developer Kaisa, which recently missed bond coupon payments, Caixin magazine reported.
Gmail has become difficult to use in China, and in recent weeks the authorities have gummed up Astrill, which circumvents the Internet restrictions. The New York Times reports.
Japan's consumer inflation eased in December for a fifth straight month as oil prices slumped, raising further doubts over the Bank of Japan's ability to meet its ambitious inflation targets.
A new headache lies around the bend for Japan's Honda Motor cheaper U.S. petrol could lure buyers away from its fuel-efficient cars.
The CCP has launched a survey of how many of its members have committed suicide since Xi Jinping unveiled an anti-graft campaign two years ago. The Financial Times reports.
If you own Indian equities, you’re probably a very happy camper.
In the wake of China's crackdown on corruption, there is one luxury product that seems immune to the country's new asceticism: Apple products.
China is moving into the United States' backyard——but it's not clear if its Latin America investments are a negative for American interests.
Malaysia's Civil Aviation Authority has officially declared the MH370 crash an accident, allowing efforts to proceed with compensation claims.
Both of these companies shipped 74.5 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2014, but which one is the top smartphone vendor?
The key takeaway from Samsung's latest earnings report is the need for something "radical" to turn around its fortunes, say analysts.
News of a weak sales outlook clobbered Nintendo's stock with pessimism over their futures, but analysts say it might be too early to tell.
Singapore's casinos haven't lived up to the hype, but Marina Bay Sands results suggest those writing off growth may need to write it back in.
Japan's fast-food industry faces a new problem after scandals rocked the industry: diners are no longer heading out for meals like they used to.
The Philippine economy rebounded strongly at the end of 2014, posting the best growth in Asia after China on strong farm output and construction activity.
Samsung reported its first annual earnings decline in three years, as strong chip earnings failed to make up for weakness in the smartphone business.
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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.