A South Korean court ordered that a former Korean Air Lines executive be detained for delaying a flight following an outburst over nuts.
South Korean shares started 2014 as analysts' darling, but after losing nearly 5 percent year-to-date, they are fast falling out of favor.
This year China took a big bite out of Hollywood. Here's what to expect in 2015, from upstart studios to new global pacts.
Prosecutors raided LG Electronics' headquarters amid a probe of whether LG damaged rival Samsung Electronics' washing machines at German retail stores, LG said.
South Korean prosecutors have indicted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick for violating transport laws, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
As the U.S. reduces its military budget, Jim Cramer sees allied countries are arming themselves. This is good news for one group of stocks.
Adrian Mowat, MD, Chief Asian & Emerging Market Equity Strategist at J.P. Morgan, explains why he is worried about South Korea's construction and automobile sectors.
Nut rage imploded the career of a Korean Air Lines exec. Now South Korean retailers are experiencing the upside: a boom in sales of macadamias.
While sanctions and falling oil prices are pushing Russia into a recession, why has North Korea been able to evade the effects of sanctions?
More photos are being taken than ever before, but not with traditional cameras.
Young Sun Kwon, Senior Korea Economist at Nomura, explains his outlook for the last three months of the year and why he expects action on structural reforms and macro stimulus.
Mike Suh, Head of Global Business of CJ E&M, Korea's largest entertainment contents firm, describes the country's booming cultural exports industry.
As Sony Pictures looks for a possible North Korea link to a cyberattack, does the country even have the advanced technology? The answer is yes.
Mark Newman, Senior Analyst at Sanford C Bernstein, calls the firm's share buyback move "a great step forward," but warns that the firm still has a large cash hoard.
Bob O'Donnell, Founder and Chief Analyst of TECHnalysis Research, explains how Samsung's $2 billion share buyback will give it credibility among shareholders.
Over the next 25 years, the U.S. will become a global energy powerhouse. That shift will reshape geopolitical power.
Chinese investors are pouring capital into South Korea's media and entertainment industry, providing mutual benefits for both countries.
South Korea looks like the consolation prize as Japan's $15 billion casino dream fades.
A new free trade agreement may give companies from South Korea a serious leg up—in China.
Young North Koreans are coming of age amid a proliferation of black markets. This market generation just might solve the North Korea problem.