Microsoft’s effort to halt the FBI’s sneak-and-peak searches of e-mails may ride on whether it’s allowed to defend its customers’ ...
A star Chinese stock trader who was arrested after a market collapse in 2015 was sentenced Monday to 5½ years in prison.
Samsung Electronics details the results of its investigation into Note 7 smartphones that overheated and burst into flames last year.
Foxconn Technology Group is considering building a US display-making facility for upwards of $7 billion.
US banks Morgan Stanley and Citigroup have identified many of the roles that will need to be moved from Britain following its exit from the EU.
Bharti Airtel ponders mergers or stake sales at some of its Africa operations as it looks to cut debt and make its overseas acquisition profitable.
For all the talk of how expensive it is to buy a house in London or New York, the most expensive major cities in the world are all in Asia.
After a painting attributed to the circle of Old Master Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola fetched $842 500 at Sotheby’s, the ...
American companies don't feel welcome in China any more.
American Express says fourth-quarter profit falls 8.2% as expenses exceed analysts’ estimates and the firm sets aside more money to cover bad loans.
Lloyd’s of London is pushing ahead with plans to open European headquarters outside of Britain.
Trump’s Twitter-fueled bid to crimp free trade in the auto industry began with a warning to Detroit’s big 3 about building ...
The future of television just got a little clearer.
Thailand has launched a probe into the bribery case brought by British authorities against jet engine maker Rolls-Royce.
Toshiba could post a much larger loss than previously expected on its nuclear power business in the US.