Montana Governor Greg Gianforte signed legislation to ban the Chinese-owned short video app TikTok from operating in the state, making it the first U.S. state to ban the popular short video app.
British consumer goods giant Unilever is expanding free telemedicine services across emerging markets facing a serious doctor shortage, seeing the initiative as an "investment" to boost its business.
The Indian rupee is expected to open weaker against the U.S. dollar after the central bank said it will withdraw the highest value currency note from circulation.
As talks over raising the U.S. government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling go down to the wire, Wall Street banks and asset managers have been preparing for the fallout from a potential default.
- U.S. forced labor laws strain China-dependent garment supply chains 1
- Southeast Asia's internet economy growth to slow in 2023 2
- Southeast Asia's fintechs fill lending gap with data 3
- Thai, Singapore tech firms surge in market value 4
- Global rice supplies tighten after India's July export ban 5
- Domino effect: India rice export ban puts market on edge for copycat curbs 6
China's cyberspace regulator said that products made by U.S. memory chipmaker Micron Technology had failed its network security review and it would bar operators of key infrastructure from buying from the company.
OpenAI Inc. is bringing its ChatGPT generative AI tool to smartphones for the first time, releasing an iPhone version on Thursday and promising a service for Android devices in the future.
Turmoil in the financial system, from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank to heavy debts in China's property sector, is fueling concerns of a global downturn even as some economic conditions improve.
China's consumer prices rose at the slowest pace in more than two years in April, while factory gate deflation deepened, suggesting more stimulus may be needed to boost patchy post-COVID economic recovery.
East Japan Railway will introduce largely automated bullet trains in the mid-2030s under plans announced Tuesday, a labor-saving measure that would be a first for the company.
EU is considering sanctioning eight Chinese companies over Russia’s war in Ukraine with the bloc looking to target firms they believe have provided Moscow electronic items, including semiconductors.
Tackling the mountain of hidden debt accumulated by China's local governments is, once again, at the top of the political agenda.
ECB raised interest rates by 25 basis points to 3.25% as expected and said it would stop reinvesting cash from maturing debt in its 3.2 trillion euro Asset Purchase Programme from July.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point and signaled it may pause further increases, giving officials time to assess the fallout from recent bank failures.
WB's board of governors elected former Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga to a five-year term as president.
China's Ding Liren was crowned as the 17th world chess champion in a tense match against Russian-born Ian Nepomniachtchi in Astana, Kazakhstan, in the last chapter of an odds-defying sequence of events.
Samsung flagged a gradual recovery for chips in the second half of the year after its semiconductor business reported a record $3.4 billion loss on Thursday.