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Nearly 200 managers at Samsung's mobile division have voluntarily returned a quarter of their first-half bonuses, a source said.
As militants continued to keep international monitors away from wreckage Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin urged pro-Moscow rebels to cooperate.
The horrible sight of bodies plummeting from the sky has not been enough to bring a moment of peace to war-torn eastern Ukraine.
As Malaysian Airlines grapples with its second disaster in just over four months, concerns about the survival of the carrier are mounting.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 went down over Ukraine, with U.S. officials saying a surface-to-air missile caused the crash. Here's a timeline of events.
A Malaysian Airlines flight en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam crashed in battle-torn eastern Ukraine on Thursday.
A little-known Chinese firm at risk of a landmark bond default has set alarm bells ringing among investors in the world's second largest economy.
Japan has angered neighbors with its foreign policies and looser military restraints, but China tensions have not returned to levels seen in 2012.
In a raft of energy, finance and industry accords signed, China and Brazil will team up to build railways.
Premier Li said economic growth of slightly more or less than 7.5 percent would be acceptable as long it still led to new jobs and higher wages.
When a private equity firm co-founded by Alibaba's Jack Ma sought funding, investors had one concern: was the firm independent from Ma?
A proposed merger in Malaysia will create the first Islamic bank that will have enough clout to challenge conventional, often Western, banks.
The world has progressed in reducing poverty, but about one in five people in developing regions still live on under $1.25 a day, according to the UN.
China's Evergrande Real Estate has joined smaller peers in offering zero-interest downpayment loans, a practice reminiscent of the U.S. housing boom.
Chinese tourists have become some of the biggest spenders abroad, according to a new report, averaging over $1,000 a day.
Both the Ukrainian government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft.
The Australian Senate voted to scrap carbon tax and plans for emissions trading, a major victory for conservative Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
The Philippines set to work clearing debris, reconnecting power and rebuilding homes after a typhoon killed 38 people, with at least eight missing.
Singapore's exports fell for a second straight month in June, International Enterprise Singapore said, hit by a slump in shipments of electronics.
Australia can maintain strong relationships with both China and Japan, despite their ongoing political spat, the country's Trade Minister told CNBC.
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Lachlan Colquhoun, head of Markets Analysis at East & Partners, discusses the rally in Standard Chartered shares Friday after news that Bill Winters has been named as the bank's new boss.
Jahangir Aziz, head of EM Asia Economic Research at JP Morgan, says the economic realities of India may prompt the government to refrain from big ticket spending.
Chris Richter, deputy Head of Japan Research and Senior Analyst at CLSA, expects Japan Inc to start raising wages soon, with Toyota Motor and other carmakers taking the lead.