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Japan's stock market recorded the biggest gain in more than six years.
In 2014, investors showed they were not as patient with conglomerates as some business models often require. Here's how to think about 2015.
At some point, maybe this one, more aggressive Southeast Asian contenders Vietnam and the Philippines will do more than shout back at China. They'll go on a weapons buying binge.
Domestic investment has grown for four straight months. Bank credit is accelerating on appetite from smaller companies. Does this look like a recession?
“I don’t see there being a land war or anything like that, but you’re going to have squabbles in the sea.” -Ralf Matthaes, Ho Chi Minh City business consultancy In-Focus.
Shares of General Electric (GE) are flat on heavy trading as France's government backed a bid by GE for the country's struggling Alstom engineering group.
Siemens (SIEGY) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHVYF) increased their joint bid on Alstoms energy business by 1 billion euros on Friday.
General Electric shareholders should not worry if the company loses out in its bid for France's Alstom -- in fact, it could be a blessing in disguise.
The French government gave General Electric (GE) until June 23 to increase its $12.4 billion bid to buy Alstom's energy business.
General Electric's (GE) rival for Alstom, Siemens (SIEGY), is in talks with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHVYF) regarding a joint bid for the company's energy business.