Zoom has suddenly become on of the most valuable tech companies in the U.S. after reporting 355% revenue growth in the second quarter.
Australia remains open to Chinese investment regardless of whether Canberra blocks an acquisition of a major energy company by a Hong Kong-led consortium, according to Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
The move, announced earlier this year and set to take effect on Thursday, is leaving analysts focused on the transition.
Billionaire Li Ka-shing, Asia's "superman," is hanging up his cape after a storied career as one of the most successful businessmen in the region.
Billionaire Li Ka-shing announces his retirement from the business empire he built over nearly seven decades.
Razer's Hong Kong debut follows other high-profile listings from China Literature and ZhongAn P&C Insurance.
Razer priced its initial public offering near the top end of the range, raising ($528 million), IFR reported on Tuesday.
Asian shares were mixed on Thursday as investors in the region digested earnings reports and awaited event risks ahead.
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Li Ka-shing plans to retire as CK Hutchison chairman, the WSJ reported on Tuesday, citing people briefed by the storied businessman.
Snap owns the most popular app on the iPhone and, believe it or not, its name isn't Snapchat.
The CEO of a food start-up defended the company from accusations that it was buying inventory of its vegan mayonnaise in order to inflate sales.
EU antitrust regulators blocked on Wednesday CK Hutchison Holdings' planned £10.3 billion acquisition of O2 from Spain's Telefonica.
Leaders of two out of three of the so-called BRICS may have set the record for the world's most powerful selfie.
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Alex Wong, director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, says the restructuring makes CK Hutchison the only blue-chip in Hong Kong markets that investors can use as a proxy to invest in Europe.
Alex Wong , Director, Asset Management at Ample Capital, says the restructure by Li Ka-shing unlocks value from his two flagship companies due to the removal of holding company discount, and makes trading more convenient for investors.
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, discusses Li Ka-shing's - Asia's richest man - plans to revamp his business empire.
Peter Churchouse, Author of "The Churchouse Letter" and Richard Harris, Chief Executive at Port Shelter Investment Management, discuss news that the Asia's richest man is planning to reorganize his 2 flagship companies.
Creates Asia's largest fortune out of ports-to-real-estate-to-retail empire that rides rise of China but also spans the world from Canada to Australia.