These locales let you retire abroad without needing to learn a new language.
The experience of food heats up the real estate market. But with so many options, restaurateur David Chang is on a quest to find the best.
All eyes are on the Gangneung Ice Arena to see if North Korea's medal ambitions can come true.
The iPhone X is Apple's 10th anniversary smartphone offering and packs plenty of high-end hardware and new features.
As retirees approach their golden years, the reality of how much their mandatory pension will pay out starts to bite.
Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison says a series of measures undertaken by regulators have put household debt issues under control.
In at least seven major cities, home prices are rising too far and too fast, UBS says.
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) police board recommended against approving an offer from the former New York businessman and a local developer, according to a report from The Australian, because it would have been "dangerous".
President Donald Trump's bid to open Sydney's first casino 30 years ago was thwarted after regulators expressed concern over his alleged "mafia connections", it was revealed on Wednesday.
Australian media quoted passengers as saying they heard a loud noise and smelled something burning.
Wall Street investors are bent on making money from Australians' fascination with property prices, N.Y. Times reports.
The Australian Securities Exchange tells CNBC it's looking to snare more international listings, as the initial public offering market slows domestically.
Australian consumer price inflation topped 2 percent last quarter for the first time since 2014 as petrol, health care and education got more expensive.
You've probably got one year to lock in gains of up to 16 percent, according to a top forecaster.
Asian property plays are exciting, but it’s commercial real estate in Europe and America that are the most attractive to investors, JLL found.
Angola's capital city Luanda is the priciest city for expatriates to relocate to this year, according to a study.
Dean Turner, an economist at UBS, discusses a recent report which identifies six cities around the world in property bubble conditions.
Technology companies are now taking up the majority of office real estate in cities such as Seoul and Bengalaru, says Knight Frank's Nicholas Holt.
The law of supply and demand ruled in Hong Kong, as Apple fans queued to be among the first in the world to get their hands on an iPhone 7.
The mining game is over for Australia and it's important to fill that hole with tech jobs, says TechSydney's CEO, Dean McEvoy.