Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir is to buy a controlling interest in Italian football giants Inter Milan, president Massimo Moratti (pictured) has confirmed.
There is increasing optimism of deal being struck to end the current U.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has won the Japanese Grand Prix, edging closer to another world championship.
Toyota has unveiled the next generation of cars featuring an autopilot system that will swerve to avoid collisions and also keep to the middle of the road, all without drivers touching the wheel – and the technology could be available on the market in a few years' time.
Japan's leading Nikkei business daily has reported that electronics giant Panasonic will stop making plasma television screens by early next year as part of a huge corporate overhaul.
Yum! Brands, the owner of fast food chains KFC and Pizza Hut, says its profit fell 68 percent in the third quarter, as its China sales slumped following controversy over its chicken supply and bird flu scare.
Typhoon Fitow has hit China's eastern coast, with winds of up to 151km/h (93mph).
Aircraft manufacturing giant Airbus has announced its first deal with Japanese carrier Japan Airlines (JAL).
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has won the Korea Grand Prix, putting himself on the verge of a fourth consecutive world championship.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics, which is the world's biggest mobile phone and TV maker, has forecast record profits for the July to September quarter.
Southeast Asia's energy demand will increase by more than 80 percent in the period to 2035, a rise equivalent to current demand in Japan, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said, while the region's huge appetite for energy will leave nations exposed to price shocks.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has cut its outlook for developing Asia, citing slower growth in China and India.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said his government will raise the rate of sales tax to eight percent from 1 April next year.
China's manufacturing sector expanded for a second straight month in September, HSBC's closely watched purchasing managers' index (PMI) has revealed.