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This Chinese Chemistry experiment may burn investors: Sources

The much-touted reform of state-owned companies in China is really happening. Before investors celebrate, however, they should take a look at their portfolios. Anyone holding bonds of one of the companies targeted may have re

With $23 bn in loans, China boosts regional ties with milestone Xi Jinping visit to Bangladesh

China is expected to sign off on more than $23 billion in loans to Bangladesh to fund a series of large-scale infrastructure projects, as President Xi Jinping starts his visit to Dhaka Friday.

Woes at giants Samsung, Hyundai weigh on South Korean exports

It was not too long ago when South Korea’s two biggest conglomerates -- Samsung Group and Hyundai Motor Group -- were hailed as the country’s high-octane economic engines. Now they’re sources of concern as the nation’

Mahindra may follow Tata Group, reduce stake in units to raise funds

Mahindra Group, the $18 billion conglomerate with businesses from India’s largest SUV maker to financial services and farm equipment, is prepared to pare stakes in its publicly traded units to facilitate fundraising by the

Three signs that Indian IT sector growth is running out of breath

Seventeen years ago an Indian man from New Delhi mesmerized the technology departments of global corporations with a doomsday story many times more puffed up than the luxuriant crop of hair he sported.

PM Narendra Modi looks eastward as BRICS leaders meet amid Pakistan tensions

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosts the BRICS leaders of Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa in the coastal Indian state of Goa on Oct 15-16, he has invited BIMSTEC leaders.

Twitter’s identity crisis gets in way of a sale: Barry Ritholtz

The past few weeks of revelations about Donald Trump should convince you of the utility of Twitter’s platform. It is the new news ticker, the way information gets spread at the speed of light by the fastest typists.

Silicon Valley’s cool kids are turning into squares: Gadfly

Venture capitalists and the start-up founders they back are the cool kids of the global economy. They dream big, move fast and break things, and disrupt old-school companies in their path.

Bob Dylan surpassed Whitman as the American poet: Cass Sunstein

Bob Dylan has surpassed Walt Whitman as the defining American artist, celebrating the capacity for self-invention as the highest form of freedom.

ONGC, United Energy said to vie for $2 bn chevron asset

Oil & Natural Gas Corp., the largest Indian oil and gas explorer, and Hong Kong-listed United Energy Group Ltd. are among bidders for Bangladesh natural gas assets being sold by Chevron Corp., people with knowledge of the mat

The cheapest cities to base your tech startup

It's no secret that the San Francisco Bay area has gotten too expensive for tech workers, but costs have also been skyrocketing for their companies, making other US locales more appealing for industry offices and headquarters

Sun Pharma, India’s best performing stock in last 20 years, on track for worst annual decline since 2008

One executive, Srinivas Lanka, recalls the founder of Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. calling more than 100 times over three years with a job offer two decades ago.

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Is Toyota tying up with Suzuki to help smooth its passage to India?

The world's biggest carmaker is a bit player in a country that's forecast to become the third-biggest auto market by 2020.

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Azure Power Slips in Indian Solar Company US Trading Debut

Azure Power Global Ltd., an Indian clean energy company with financing from the World Bank, fell in its U.S. trading debut after pricing the stock below the marketed range.

Toyota-Suzuki dalliance marks auto industry fight for survival

Toyota Motor Corp. sees the technological revolution shaking up the auto industry as a serious enough threat to its survival that the world’s most valuable carmaker will consider partnering with one of its fiercest Japanese

M&A artist behind India’s best stock now faces his greatest test

Dilip Shanghvi was setting off on an acquisition-fueled strategy to transform his small generic drugmaker into an industry powerhouse, and he wouldn’t take no for an answer.

Tesla Dominates US Luxury Sedan Sales

Tesla Motors Co. is facing some serious challenges keeping up with its ever-expanding ambitions, but one thing is certain: It’s selling a lot of luxury cars.

Samsung stock meltdown lures investors betting on its survival

The debacle that sent Samsung Electronics Co. to its biggest three-day stock rout since 2012 isn’t scaring TT International (HK) Ltd. and Skagen AS from South Korea’s biggest company.

Fed says several FOMC members saw rate rise relatively soon

US central bankers debating the merits of raising interest rates last month described the decision as a close call, with several saying a rate hike was needed “relatively soon,” minutes of the September meeting showed.

World’s best IPO: This Hong Kong company’s stock has gained 6,000%

Luen Wong Group Holdings Ltd. jumped 1,438 percent on the first trading day after its April initial public offering and is now 6,715 percent above its offer price.

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How Julian Assange turned WikiLeaks into Donald Trump’s best friend

Julian Assange is 45 years old and, if an old online dating profile is to be believed, roughly 6 feet, 2 inches tall. He has soft features, prematurely silver hair, and skin that seems to border on translucent.

$100,000 luxury cars are hot in Japan, $10,000 cars are not

Japanese consumers are raiding discount stores for everything from cheap shampoo to furniture. When it comes to automobiles, it’s the Rolls-Royces and BMWs that are moving off the dealer lots.

Death of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 set to hurt Vietnam exports

The fallout from Samsung Electronics Co.’s dramatic move to end production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone is set to spread to Vietnam, hurting an economy already hit by drought and lower oil prices.

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Twitter is essential and moderately lucrative: Justin Fox

On the Saturday after the Friday when Donald Trump's icky, sexual-assaulty chat with Billy Bush was revealed to the world, venture capitalist Fred Wilson had this to say:

Investigators said to suspect new flaw in Samsung Note 7

Investigators believe the incidents of Samsung smartphones overheating, which prompted it to abandon its Galaxy Note 7, may be the result of a flaw different...

Self-Driving cars will be the best thing to happen to motorcycles

Self-driving technology promises to pretty much transform the auto industry as we know it. It may also change the business of selling motorcycles—but in a very different way.

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