The bloodbath in Chinese stocks extended into Friday amid reports the securities regulator has launched a market manipulation probe.» Read More
Forensics experts investigating the massive cyber attack on Sony said the breach was unprecedented, well-planned and carried out by an "organized group."
Malaysia's government said Friday it has picked Christoph Mueller, the CEO of Ireland's Aer Lingus, as the new head of its beleaguered flag carrier.
Japan may be in recession, but it's hard to tell from the booming luxury housing market.
India's government is moving to clear away regulatory burdens for industry, the armed forces, mining and power projects. The New York Times reports.
Chinese brokers have seen a surge of new stock investors and a dramatic spike in turnover on soaring local bourses, in response to government policy measures.
Abbott falters on infrastructure pledge, and risks becoming the first Australian premier to preside over a recession since the early 1990s.
Oil's plunge couldn't be better timed for China, providing additional room for monetary easing and a boost to domestic consumption, say economists.
China's equity market has been on a tear, but investors are starting to question how long the party will last.
After suffering through some extreme market swings over the past two years, some analysts believe Asia's economies are headed for a relatively boring new year.
Grand Theft Auto's latest game has been banned by two major retailers, just as the Christmas sales begin, due to sexual violence.
Despite the political chaos in Sweden, deflation and stagnation pose a bigger threat to the triple-A rated economy.
A deadly epidemic that could have global implications is quietly sweeping India, and among its many victims are tens of thousands of newborns dying. The New York Times reports.
Blockbuster growth in China's smartphone sector has come to an end as mobile carriers scale back on subsidies and the market approaches saturation, says IDC.
Three deputies to the head of Samsung Electronics mobile division are leaving as the world's largest smartphone maker faces a rapid decline in profit.
Police probe highlights financial risks lurking in the outer margins of China's shadow banking system. The FT reports.
Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang (KMT) party is struggling to convince voters of the benefits of the deeper ties with China it has championed.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition may keep its two-thirds majority in the lower house of parliament, media projections showed.
With Australia's feeble economic performance raising the specter of rate cuts to fresh record lows, what does this mean for the Aussie dollar?
SoftBank has invested $250 million in mobile taxi-booking application GrabTaxi, its biggest investment in a Southeast Asian Internet firm.
Ford Motor will expand its regional recall on Takata passenger side airbag inflators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's request.
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