The yen fell to its weakest against the greenback since 2002 on Tuesday, piercing a key psychological level and puzzling traders.» Read More
Western companies have traditionally stuck to their backyards when it comes to recruiting board members, but this is changing.
BHP Billiton aims to cut its iron ore production costs by more than 25 percent and squeeze more tons from its mines as it aims to overtake Rio Tinto.
Three central bank meetings will take the spotlight in Asia-Pacific during this holiday-shortened week.
The Australian dollar had managed to keep diehard fans among currency traders and analysts, but now some of them are throwing in the towel.
Protests in Hong Kong could hit the sales of luxury goods makers as mainland Chinese tourists shun the region and buy their items elsewhere.
As protesters demanding for universal suffrage continue to occupy streets in Hong Kong, some in Taiwan are keeping a close eye on the event.
Despite handwringing over how badly protests will hit Hong Kong tourism, it isn't clear whether the turmoil is keeping mainland tourists away.
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong pushed FireChat into the spotlight on Sunday, when the messaging app added 100,000 users in 24 hours.
Australian special forces troops will be deployed in Iraq to assist in the fight against Islamic State militants, PM Tony Abbott said on Friday.
The U.S. lifted an arms embargo against its old enemy. But that doesn't mean U.S.-made weapons will sell there.
Indonesian markets have priced in bright prospects for reforms, but a new law eliminating local elections has spurred concerns of political gridlock.
New plans to clean up China's long-feared local government debt will bring near-term pain, but a longer-term fix may be in sight, analysts say.
A commodity fraud at China's Qingdao port has sparked a surprise jump in nickel exports and pushed back expectations of a global supply shortage.
Japan's new trade and industry minister, Yuko Obuchi, may have what it takes to become the country's first female prime minister.
Singaporeans spend the second most amount of time on the Internet, after Indians, a study by Tata Communications has found.
Monday will be the key test for Hong Kong's pro-democracy demonstrations and will determine whether it will be a lasting movement, say analysts.
China's recent push to tighten control over Hong Kong's political process could turn out to be a very costly move for Beijing.
People are staging solidarity protests across the globe and expressing support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement via social media.
Pro-democracy protesters may have demanded the resignation of CY Leung, but some analysts doubt a change at the top would help in the long term.
There were no signs that pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong plan to back down as the protest ended its first week.
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Jeffrey Seah, CEO - South East Asia at Starcom MediaVest Group, discusses news that four men were charged over the weekend for trying to manipulate a SEA Games football match.
Ben Collett, Head: Asian Equities at Sunrse Brokers, explains why the listing of China National Nuclear Power Co (CNNPC) won't draw tremendous liquidity out of the mainland markets.
The H-share market in Hong Kong offers more reasonable valuations, says Hartmut Issel, head of Equity and Macro Asia Pacific at UBS.