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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.
China's stock regulator will inspect 46 stock margin trading companies, amid concerns that the stock markets are becoming over-leveraged and vulnerable.
China plans to cut growth target to 7 percent, as policymakers try to manage slowing growth, job creation and pursuing market reforms.
Targeted ads are the bane of social network users around the world. But in China, they are an object of desire.
A rare public clash has broken out between Alibaba and Chinese authorities over the authenticity of the goods sold on the e-commerce giant's sites.
PM Abe’s agenda to reform Japan’s labor market will look to abolish overtime pay for specialists earning over $90,000 dollars.
Demand for Apple's iPhones propelled a 70 percent on-year rise in revenue in China, and analysts are expecting more in the first quarter of 2015.
Singapore's central bank surprised markets with a between-meeting easing amid nearly non-existent inflation, decking the city-state's currency.
Singapore's cut-throat retail scene is pushing some international retailers to their limits.
China's yuan broke into the top five as a world payment currency in November, overtaking the Canadian dollar and the Australian dollar.
South Korea is cracking down on dissent as governments across Asia are taking similar steps, to the alarm of activists, democrats and many citizens. The Financial Times reports.
Shenzhen suspended 14 police officers and put a police chief under investigation on suspicion of feasting on an endangered giant salamander.
Asian airlines are slashing fuel surcharges as oil prices hover at six-year lows, butcarriers are likely to bump up fares to maintain margins.
Investigators probing the AirAsia crash are examining maintenance records of its automated control systems, and how the pilots handle plane failures.
Xiaomi has taken its home market by storm, but domestic rival Huawei has stepped up its game in an attempt to gain against "China's Apple."
Qantas Airways will raise base ticket prices to offset drop of fuel surcharges, a move against calls for the airline industry to lower fares.
The Singapore dollar slumped 5 percent against the U.S. dollar in 2014, and strategist expect more pain ahead, forecasting a decline of up to 5 percent by year-end.
Australia faced a rise in temperature of more than 5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, an increase that is quicker than global rates.
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