Social advertising and investment gains helped to offset gaming uncertainties due to government regulation issues
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Banks, financial institutions and fintech-focused private equity and venture capital firms all prepared to spend more on deals, according to Reed Smith poll Distributed ledger technology focused on non-cryptocurrency applications and on regulation compliance software best value for money
Economist Jia Kang highlights the ideological contradiction of Beijing supporting private enterprise while promoting Marxism Questions raised as leaders scramble to show support for private sector
Beijing's growing presence worries Canberra, PNG's largest foreign donor, with Xi Jinping poised for state visit before the Pacific country hosts Apec Tussles for influence in spheres including energy, telecoms and roads
Although China is not standing shoulder to shoulder yet with the West on core disruptive technologies, it has emerged as an up-and-coming challenger Substantial governmental funding - including research grants, loans and subsidies - is arguably one of the strongest weapons a top-down approach has
Stocks ended lower Wednesday following softer consumer inflation data. The Dow's decline was led by Apple and Goldman Sachs.
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Blue Apron shares plunge as revenue misses and it announces layoffs of 4% of its workforce.
Proxy advisory firms are in the crosshairs as CEOs seek to preserve pay packages that average 300 times as much as their typical workers'.
The rule, tightened from an existing five-year ban on resale, is one of a series of measures to make such homes more affordable
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The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission wants the US Treasury to provide a report within 180 days Recommendation comes with China and Russia at odds with the US over easing sanctions on North Korea
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Wednesday and global stocks trade mostly lower amid global growth concerns; oil rebounds modestly after a record 12-day slide; Cisco and Macy's report earnings; the FAA begins a review of Boeing's safety analyses after the fatal Lion Air crash.
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Global stocks retreated Wednesday as investors reacted to both an extended slide in crude oil prices and data showing contraction in two of the world's biggest economies, both of which suggest that the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China is harming growth prospects.
The Link Reit declared an interim dividend of HK$1.31 for the six months ended September 30, representing an increase of 7.5 per cent over the year earlier period.
Wenan county in Hebei province is on the front line of the country's battle against pollution, with effects visible in pall of smog heading towards Beijing
Last month, Dai removed himself as the company's legal representative after the bike sharer was slapped with lawsuits over unpaid bills by suppliers
New regulation calls for better risk assessment and improved management of overseas investment projects Document comes amid rising criticism of infrastructure spending that some observers say has left recipient nations mired in debt
Revenue rose 24 per cent to 80.6 billion yuan in line with the consensus of 20 analysts Mobile games business reported 11 per cent sequential growth thanks to a seasonal boost
Academics say Beijing must spend less time placating state enterprises and oil the real engine of its economy Entrepreneurs need rule of law, not 'ruled by law'
The higher price reflects the new site's superior views, not a recovery in land prices, says senior analyst Goldin Financial won the tender for the second residential site on the runway of Kai Tak airport for HK$8.9 billion (US$1.14 billion)
Top executives face lawmakers over hack that has affected 9.4 million passengers, and say there was 'no attempt to cover anything up'
Sales of new homes fell 1.3 per cent from a year earlier in October
Sides have 'deepened mutual trust and understanding … managed our differences peacefully', says Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says biggest threat to safety in disputed waterway comes from countries outside the region
Babytree said it plans to raise as much as US$282 million from the offering, down from its initial target of US$1 billion The shares will be priced in a range between HK$6.8 and HK$8.8, with the offering starting on Thursday