Rajeshni Naidu-Ghelani is an Assistant Producer for CNBC.com. She joined the website in 2011 and her role involves creating slideshows for the Asia-Pacific region, as well as writing investment and feature stories. Prior to joining CNBC, Rajeshni worked as Web Journalist for Canadian news channel CP24 in Toronto, and as an Associate Producer for Ninemsn.com in Sydney, Australia. Rajeshni holds a BA in English from the University of Toronto and MA in Media Practice from the University of Sydney.
Governments in Asia are stepping in to organize matchmaking events in a desperate attempt to stem falling birth rates.
Here's a list of European countries with the most mandated paid holidays per year, according to Mercer's 62-country report "Worldwide Benefit and Employment Guidelines."
Chinese billionaires lost almost a third of their combined wealth in the past year as Asia’s mega rich experienced the biggest drop in their total net worth compared to anywhere else in the world, a new study shows.
The latest stimulus plans announced by the Federal Reserve is “disastrous” for the U.S. dollar, says long-time dollar bear Peter Schiff, warning that the greenback will go “through the floor” as investors dump the currency in favor of commodities like gold and oil.
Australia’s mining tycoon Gina Rinehart — the world’s richest woman — is at it again. This time she has sparked controversy by comparing wages in Australia’s mining industry to cheap labor in Africa where workers earn less than $2 a day.
Australia's Resources and Energy Minister declared the resources boom over on Thursday, pointing to tough times ahead for the country's economy, which has been powered by the mining sector for over a decade now. This has prompted the question: Is Australia resilient enough to grow without its main economic driver?
The world’s largest retailer Wal-Mart’s second quarter profit narrowly beat market expectations and the economic bellwether said it would slow expansion in international markets that could impact full year earnings, but analysts tell CNBC they’re positive on the company’s stock and potential for earnings growth.