Walt Disney and Shanghai Media Group are expanding their movie-producing partnership to develop TV shows, and cooperate on marketing and content distribution.
Premier Li Keqiang endorsed the commercial activities of a handful of Chinese Internet titans and foreign technology executives on Thursday.
Google is considering bringing a version of its Play mobile-app store to China, a tentative but important step back into a country that Google mostly exited in 2010.
Brazil’s central bank has frozen around $18.6 million in assets of suspects in connection with a broad investigation into alleged embezzlement at state-controlled oil firm Petróleo Brasileiro SA, prosecutors said.
European shares fell as a fresh dose of gloom was cast over the state of the eurozone economy, fueling doubts over whether the ECB can stave off deflation.
Audi is confident it will widen the sales gap between it and its closest competitor this year in China, according to its China chief, as the battle for dominance of the country’s luxury-car market heats up.
The yen tumbled against major currencies in Asia, hitting a seven-year low against the dollar as investors remained eager to sell the Japanese currency following extra easing by the Bank of Japan late last month.
Starting next week there will be new ways for artists to climb the Billboard 200 album chart: selling singles and racking up streams on Spotify.
Amazon has outfitted several U.S. warehouses with squat, wheeled robots that move stocked shelves to workers and are expected to speed delivery, saving employees as much as 20 miles a day of walking.
Piecing together clues to a theft drives home how tough it is to police the online marketplace.
Arabica-coffee prices climbed to a four-week high on Wednesday as uncertainty about the weather in top grower Brazil continued to fuel worries over the size of the 2015 harvest.
Coca-Cola Co. is increasingly pushing smaller packages as more Americans fret about calories from sugary drinks.
Investors are shedding their holdings of Korean won, Singapore dollars and other Asian currencies, in a bet that the yen’s fall against the dollar will reverberate through the region’s foreign-exchange markets.
The top executives at Chinese Internet giants Alibaba and Tencent are increasing their stakes in a Chinese film and television production company, their latest push into entertainment.
Former Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista went on trial Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro on charges of manipulating financial markets and using privileged information to dump company stock.