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The bribery scandal rocked the United Nations and snared former General Assembly President John Ashe. [Read More]
Samsung could soon unseat its biggest rival as the tech world's biggest money making machine. [Read More]
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Apple supplier Foxconn is still being coy about plans to open a production plant in the U.S. [Read More]
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President Trump says Apple supplier Foxconn is considering opening a factory in Wisconsin. Foxconn says it can't confirm potential locations at this stage. [Read More]
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Scaling China's Great Firewall is getting a whole lot harder. [Read More]
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North Korea's annual beer festival appears to have run dry after just one year. [Read More]
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North Korea's annual beer festival appears to have run dry after just one year. [Read More]
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No official reason was given for the sudden and unusual change in plans, but Beijing-based Koryo Tours cited an ongoing drought as the likely reason. [Read More]
Wang Jianlin says some people are spreading rumors about his Dalian Wanda group to "make trouble." [Read More]
Audi is facing growing criticism over an ad Chinese consumers are slamming as sexist. [Read More]
China may be the planet's biggest polluter but it's also powering ahead of other countries on renewable energy. As the Trump administration yanks the U.S. [Read More]
Samsung says the Galaxy Note 8 will launch in late August. [Read More]
By nearly every measure, China outpaces the U.S. when it comes to clean energy. [Read More]
Telegram is stepping up efforts to remove terrorist-related content in Indonesia after officials threatened to ban the encrypted messaging service. [Read More]
Canada overtook the UK for the first time in an annual report following the preferences of rich Chinese emigrants. [Read More]
Uber's head of Asia and Latin America says the firm needs to evolve after a series of scandals. [Read More]
Uber can no longer behave like a startup and needs to take a more mature approach to business. [Read More]
Takata is recalling an additional 2.7 million airbags, citing new safety hazards. [Read More]
HONG KONG  — Takata has added millions more airbags to the biggest automotive recall in U.S. history. The Japanese firm is recalling an additional 2.7... [Read More]
Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared photos of his company's new electric car on Twitter and Instagram. [Read More]
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