Predictions of an oil rally to $50 a barrel has markets excited, but IHS cautions that the commodity hasn't done rebalancing yet.
Chinese consumers are buying more expensive smartphones with Apple's iOS clinching a larger share of the market, according to Nielsen.
The rally in iron ore will likely be short-lived as Chinese demand is unlikely to pick up strongly, according to Goldman Sachs.
Toshiba has sought 200 billion yen to 250 billion yen in loans from three lenders, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
Olam posted a loss in Q4 due to a fair value loss on an investment although it remains upbeat on its core food business.
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who oversaw bank bailouts in the global financial crisis, has different advice for China: Let companies fail.
Two major credit ratings agencies said they are keeping their eyes on Noble Group after a profit warning.
The U.S. Justice Department wants Apple to help investigators extract data from twelve iPhones, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Dry bulk ship owners will need to idle or demolish their ships to tide over excess capacity that has sent freight rate plunging.
The plunge in oil prices was supposed to help consumers by boosting their disposable incomes. Things aren't quite going according to plan.
Japan has exhausted all options to stimulate growth and needs structural reforms, a senior official at OECD said Friday.
"Hubris" has no place in the C-suite nowadays, says an executive search leader. It's all about being nimble in "multistakeholder" environments.
Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to freeze oil output levels but markets were not impressed. Here's the simple reasons why.
Join CNBC for access to senior executives from Sukhoi, Rockwell Collins and more as they speak first to us at the Singapore Airshow 2016.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains what’s stopping companies from going public this year.
Japan's storied trading houses face billions of dollars in impairments from an emerging markets downturn and the commodities rout.
China’s pretty miffed at billionaire investor George Soros’s dire warnings on its economy, and isn't afraid to say so.
There are new job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, after major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capex and suppliers, a survey revealed.
Wall Street's two marquee investment banks each slightly cut their chief executives' pay after a year that saw profitability fall.
The oil price slump is hitting home but there might be some positives amid the bad news, analysts reckon.