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A Chinese institute is developing a shipping container-sized nuclear power plant called the "hedianbao," the South China Morning Post reports.
Yum Brands released dismal quarterly sales, leaving investors worried about the spinoff of Yum China scheduled for October 31.
The U.S. has finished behind countries including Algeria and Kazakhstan in a new ranking of the best and worst countries in which to be a girl, NBC reports.
Samsung has a very narrow window of opportunity to fix the Galaxy Note 7, or its dominance in the smartphone market could come under pressure.
Few companies are capitalizing on the Chinese government's new infrastructure initiatives, says HSBC.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore accused Falcon Private Bank of a "persistent and severe lack of understanding" of anti-money-laundering rules.
Shares of Apple's stock bounced amid reports that Samsung had adjusted production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Samsung announced late Monday it will ask all of its global partners to stop sales and exchanges of Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung said on Monday it is adjusting shipment volumes for Galaxy Note 7 smartphones due to reports of some of the devices catching fire.
Australia's richest woman and a Chinese developer have agreed to jointly buy Australia's largest private land holding.
AT&T is discontinuing all sales and exchanges of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones following a number of fires, The Verge reports.
A third replacement Samsung Note 7 caught fire earlier this week, and its owner expressed concern about how it was handled, WKYT reported Saturday.
Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners and Alibaba Pictures said on Sunday they will co-produce and finance films for global and Chinese audiences.
China Merchants Securities, the country's eighth largest brokerage by assets, made a flat Hong Kong debut on Friday.
Tradeshift, the "social network for invoicing," sees serious potential in India's small business sector, CEO Christian Lanng told CNBC.
Australia's big four banks have been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past year.
New investments and a shift to the mass market will help Macau’s gaming industry, said casino tycoon Lui Che Woo.
Japan's yen may have finally stopped climbing, but Citi, expecting further strength ahead, cut the country's equities to "underweight."
Australia on Friday raised price forecasts for iron ore and coal on the back of an unexpected demand from Chinese steelmakers.
Samsung said third-quarter operating profit likely rose 5.6 percent as a pickup in the chip and display business likely offset a global recall.
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The market is on the cusp off quarterly earnings, says Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist, Charles Schwab.
Alejandro Barbajosa, VP crude Middle East and Asia Pacific, Argus Media, says crude oil prices between $50 to $60 a barrel are good for OPEC and U.S. shale drillers.
Japan PM Abe has worked well behind the scenes to build the case for stronger UN economic sanctions on North Korea, says Stephen Nagy, senior associate professor, International Christian University.