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Google, Facebook and others are scrambling to reach the roughly two-thirds of the global population still without Web access. But the Internet’s expansion among new users is actually slowing.
A bloc of congressional Democrats is bucking White House pressure to exclude concerns over currency manipulation from a bill to expedite a 12-nation Pacific trade pact.
Asian countries borrowed heavily during the financial crisis, and coutinued borrowing as the economy healed. Now they are feeling the hangover.
Teva Pharmaceutical has proposed to acquire rival Mylan for about $40 billion, a tie-up that would create the world’s biggest generic drug company by sales.
CEOs’ cash pay rose at its fastest rate in at least four years in 2014, while equity grants are becoming less attractive.
Commodities trader Noble Group has committed to more transparency following a dispute with three analyst firms over its accounting methods.
J.P. Morgan reassigned roles among its senior bankers across Asia, giving some veteran bankers broader roles.
Yum Brands is facing a new reality: Chinese consumers who once found its KFC and Pizza Hut fresh and different now see them as neither.
Japan reported its first monthly trade surplus in nearly three years, helped by falling oil prices, a weaker yen and stronger U.S. demand.
Singapore investors are snapping up stocks of property developers and hoping the companies will be taken private at a premium.