Ji Wenhong, the founder of Xiu.com, is accused of being the head of a smuggling operation involving luxury clothing items.
Jack Ma-backed Yunfeng Financial Group said it will lead $1.7 billion acquisition of U.S.-based insurer MassMutual International's Asia unit
The Demosisto leaders have been sent to prison in a ruling that bars them from seeking political office for five years.
Bike-sharing companies are one of the hottest technologies in mainland China, but Hong Kong just got its first version in April.
Lincoln Leong, CEO of MTR Corporation, talks about the company's plans to open new rail systems and build new residential units in Hong Kong.
The giants of the banking world are starting to acknowledge the dominance of Chinese mobile payment methods, the SCMP reports.
Raphael Cohen from Gobee.bike says the special administrative region has about 200 kilometers of bike lanes and over 50,000 bicycle parking spots.
China's Wanda Hotel Development said it will undergo a restructuring involving over 7 billion yuan ($1.05 billion) worth of assets.
Jennifer Liu of The Coffee Academics talks about what got her interested in coffee and how she developed what is now one of Hong Kong's most popular coffee brands.
Its current valuation makes it more pricey than the Nasdaq and the Intercontinental Exchange, says Dickie Wong from Kingston Securities.
China could sacrifice some growth as regulations are tightened, but it's ultimately a positive development, says Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management.
Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's first female chief executive, speaks with "The CNBC Conversation."
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are exploding as cryptocurrencies like bitcoin gain wider public acceptance. That may be good news for money launderers.
Chinese peer-to-peer lending platform Dianrong said on Wednesday it raised $220 million from investors led by Singapore wealth fund GIC.
Anbang Insurance Group denied that it had been told to sell its overseas assets by regulators in China.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam weighs in on finding compromise through dialogue and tackling public housing policy in the territory.
HSBC's share buyback is in line with analyst expectations and is expected to support the bank's stock price, says Jackson Wong of Huarong International Securities.
Ronald Wan of Partners Capital International says the bank likely benefited from the firmer global economy and a lower level of bad debt.
Justina Chiu, CEO of Fortune REIT, weighs in on the company's latest earnings report and high portfolio occupancy rates.
Noble shares plunged as much as 48.7 percent on Thursday after the company on Wednesday issued a profit warning and plans for asset sales.