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Buying your own private jet doesn't make a lot of financial sense. The private-jet leasing company VistaJet is looking to expand in Asia and China in particular, having just introduced an app that could make it the Uber of the skies.
I don't care if it is Tencent or Fifty Cent, if the dogs won't eat it, so what.
President Xi Jinping kicked off the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party by implying he will occupy any space on the world stage vacated by President Trump.
Congress will likely return to working on health care reform after it focuses on taxes.
The thesis of a cloud slowdown holds no water with me.
The social media giant and local regulators still appear to be at odds. And the one big Facebook service that is allowed in China has Tencent's WeChat to deal with.
Hang Seng is including more prominent mainland members in its indexes in another step toward international acceptance of Chinese stocks.
Will Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump reach a point in their war of words where they can't turn back? Previously blithe Asian investors have begun to worry.
The removal of chatbots giving unpatriotic answers in China comes after Apple caved on app-store access to VPNs. Is China too big a market for companies to have qualms?
Using Singapore as a starting point, tech companies are expanding rapidly in Southeast Asia, a market of 625 million people. The region is an exciting alternative to slowing Chinese growth.
Tencent's CEO was interested in buying the messaging app in early 2014. Pony Ma had to delay his trip to seal the deal due to back surgery.
Hong Kong's secondary exchange, the GEM, has lost its luster.
China's tech giants Alibaba and Tencent now rank among the 10 largest companies in the world. How long before they're 1 and 2?
Although it was the downgrade of China's creditworthiness as a nation that grabbed yesterday's headlines, three dozen companies are also finding it harder or more expensive to borrow.
Investors should look to stocks that serve the all-powerful Chinese consumer.
'Everyone wants a piece of India,' Cramer said.
The presidents of China and the United States will hold their first summit this week. The world is watching to see if the tough talkers can get along.
Trouble over Lotte's decision to allow the Korean government to use a golf course for missile defense threatens Korean businesses that operate in the mainland.
Basic materials, heavy machinery, coal and steel are in favor with Chinese equity strategists.
Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index almost matched the heady performance of Western markets in the last 12 months, as the Year of the Rooster starts. China lagged.
The world's leading platform aims to offer consumers any approach to retail that they care to take.
A look at the connection (if any) between Tencent and FB.
Asia-focused brokerage CLSA has identified its top stock picks for next year; domestic stocks may be the way to go.
It seems another attempt by Apple to play catch-up.
Wall Street is still abuzz over Anheuser-Busch’s massive $46 billion bond offering earlier this month.
So, Apple (AAPL) has finally struck a deal with companies China Union Pay and Powa to enter the Chinese mobile-payment-processing market. That's a sector that's currently dominated by AliPay, a joint venture of Alibaba (BABA) and Tencent Holdings (T...
The Chinese online travel company gets a bid from Tencent Holdings.
Americans have long underestimated China’s entrepreneurs and startup companies due to their association with the State and the Communist Party.