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Asian markets were mixed in Wednesday trade as investors awaited the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting.
The world is moving on from cash. Globally, the number of non-cash transactions reached 433.1 billion in 2015, a record growth of 11.2%.
China bites back with a scathing op-ed addressing rumors that it is attempting to buy political leverage in Australia.
The former Pentagon chief also says that while China has influence over North Korea, "it doesn't have control."
As cryptocurrencies become more common, they could be a main target for hackers in 2018, said Lee Chen, founder and CEO of A10 Networks.
Southeast Asia's internet economy is poised to hit $50 billion this year and $200 billion by 2025, according to a new report.
The country sealed $17.57 billion from 408 M&A deals in 2017 — the highest in five years, a Duff & Phelps report showed.
Asian markets closed slightly lower on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting later in the week.
A food delivery start-up working with refugees from Myanmar and Syria sold more than 40,000 meals in 18 months, made a profit and grew.
Dave Chapman from Hong Kong-based Octagon Strategy also said that bitcoin could become a huge disruptor in the finance industry.
EHang co-founder said the company is moving into other commercial areas that can use drones.
Adrian Orr, currently serving as the deputy governor of the RBNZ, will takeover as governor on March 27, 2018.
More than 10,000 German citizens had been contacted on LinkedIn by fake profiles from China, according to Germany's BfV.
Japanese instant noodles maker Nissin Foods will focus on selling premium products to the increasingly health-conscious Chinese consumers.
Malaysia is ready to send troops to Jerusalem as violence escalated in the region.
Samsung Heavy Industries named Joonou Nam as its new CEO after Park Dae-young resigned to take responsibility for the firm's losses.
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Brett Ewing, chief market strategist at First Franklin Financial Services, says he expects a tighter US job market in 2018.
Mehdi Hosseini of Susquehanna Financial Group, says the details of the Toshiba and Western Digital agreement to end a dispute over the memory-chip unit are not fully known yet.
Enon Landenberg, founder and CEO at Bosco, says there's now a app to keep track of the patterns of children through their mobile phones.