Apple Inc launched its long-awaited watch on Monday, including yellow or rose gold models with sapphire faces costing up to $17,000, but some investors questioned whether Chief Executive Tim Cook’s first product would be a breakaway hit.
European airlines face further restructuring and consolidation to close a gap in profitability with industry kingpins in North America, aviation experts said on Monday.
Argentina wants HSBC Holdings Plc to repatriate $3.5 billion that it says the bank’s Argentine branch moved offshore to help clients evade taxes and move capital abroad, the country’s tax chief said on Monday.
China’s plan to run its biggest fiscal deficit since the global financial crisis may help develop its bond market, but the extra competition for funding could sink some of the major providers of local government financing.
A group of university students has proposed an innovative food product they claim can promote Cambodian agriculture and compete in quality and price with imported products.
Cambodia ranked relatively low in terms of ‘prospectivity’ on an index measuring countries on their attractiveness for mining investment, yet scored high among Asian countries for its regulatory environment.
LONDON, Mar. 9 (REUTERS) – Most euro zone government bond yields fell on the first day of the European Central Bank’s sovereign debt purchase program, with only fears about Greece’s funding spoiling Monday’s launch party.
Japan’s economy grew less than initially thought in the final quarter of 2014, revised government data showed Monday, revealing an even weaker emergence from recession than previously believed.
HONG KONG, Mar. 9 (AFP) – Asian markets mostly retreated Monday after a strong US jobs report increased expectations the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates soon, while Tokyo took a hit from data showing…
South Korea on Monday vented its frustration with North Korea’s refusal to engage in dialogue over the salaries of workers in their Kaesong joint industrial complex, and questioned Pyongyang’s commitment to developing the zone.
8211; China hopes to finish talks on creating an Asian free-trade bloc estimated to cover 28 percent of the world economy by the end of this year, the country’s trade minister…
A Canadian company that owns the largest mall in the United States is proposing a more massive Florida shopping complex that could feature a ski slope, sea lion shows, and a manmade lake where patrons can take submarine rides.
Microsoft Corp sued Kyocera Corp for patent infringement on Friday, alleging the Japanese company’s Duraforce, Hydro and Brigadier cell phone lines violate seven Microsoft patents.
With hackers seemingly running rampant online and millions of users compromised, efforts for stronger online identity protection .
At much as $1 billion in tourism investment is going into Cambodia’s 443 kilometer coast, filling a hotel and resort gap between Thailand and Vietnam.
8211; British peer-to-peer lender Zopa has organised more than 750 million pounds ($1.1 billion) in lending since it was launched ten years ago and expects to hit the 1 billion pound…
8212; Alibaba and Amazon, two of the world’s largest e-commerce companies, appear to be working together in China, giving rise to speculations on whether the rivals are turning into “frenemies”.…
8211; Brazil’s Supreme Court will investigate the speakers of both houses of Congress and more than two dozen other politicians in connection with a multibillion-dollar kickback scheme at state-controlled oil company…
COLUMBIA, S.C., March 7 (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama amplified the concerns of environmentalists about the Keystone XL oil pipeline on Friday and repeated his own reservations the project would have few benefits, but…
The 31 largest banks in the United States passed the first phase of regulatory stress tests, the Federal Reserve announced Thursday.
Brazil’s real slid past three to the dollar for the first time in 10 years on Thursday, in the latest sign of weakness for South America’s biggest economy.
US online retail giant Amazon has set up shop on the business-to-consumer platform of Alibaba as it seeks a greater presence in the massive Chinese market.
The dollar was steady ahead of a key US jobs report later Friday, while the euro struggled after the European Central Bank released details of an unprecedented monetary easing plan designed to lift the faltering Eurozone economy.
China’s top state planning agency pledged on Thursday to accelerate policies to promote cleaner and renewable sources of energy and tackle overcapacity in polluting industrial sectors.
Loss-making Japanese electronics firm Sharp Corp meets its main banks on Thursday in an effort to secure its second major bailout since 2012, betting they will have little choice but to pay up despite their call for more drastic overhauls.
Trade unions stepped up their campaign against legislation to streamline the passage of trade deals through the US Congress on Wednesday, appealing to lawmakers to oppose the plan.
China’s Premier Li Keqiang said the world’s second largest economy would target growth this year of around 7 percent, signalling the lowest expansion for a quarter of a century.
Prime office rents in Phnom Penh have picked up again, driven by local company relocations and multinationals seeking to establish a foothold in Cambodia’s emerging economy, leading property firms have said.