Sydney-based property fund manager Goodman Group has acquired a 25 percent stake in ATL Logistics Centre Hong Kong (ATL), the world's largest logistics facility.
Hilton Worldwide has become the first major international hotel company to announce its entry into Myanmar.
Once again Li Ka-shing is Asia's richest person according to a list of the world's richest people released by Forbes magazine.
Former Manchester United hero Cristiano Ronaldo stole the show and crowned his first match back at Old Trafford since leaving for Spain with the decisive goal as Real Madrid beat the English side 2-1 in their Champions League last-16 second-leg clash on Tuesday.
Asia Outlook talks to Pete Richardson corporate sales manager at Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resort, a unique, world-class resort that is home to the world famous Extreme 19th.
A pure gold replica of Argentina and Barcelona star Lionel Messi's left foot has been unveiled in Tokyo.
Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan has called for better food safety and a tougher stance on piracy in China.
Bridgestone has announced plans to close down its passenger car tyre production facility in Bari, Italy, stressing that the decision "will not have any effect on the other existing Group entities in Italy", which it views as one of the key markets in Europe.
Hong Kong-based international passenger and cargo airline Cathay Pacific Airways has ordered three Boeing 747-8 Freighter cargo aircraft in a deal worth $1 billion.
The government's nominee to lead the Bank of Japan has vowed to do "everything possible" to conquer long-running deflation.
Manufacturing activity in China expanded at its slowest rate in five months in February, official data showed Friday.
First it was Tom Albanese, and then Marius Kloppers stepped down.
Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez has slammed the club's board and the fans who have called for his dismissal at a press conference after the Blues' victory over Middlesborough on Wednesday night.
There are more billionaires in Asia than any other continent according to a survey by China-based wealth magazine the Hurun Report.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung has defended its working practices after a lawsuit was filed in France against the firm over conditions at its supplier plants in China.