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Christopher Hohn of the London-based The Children’s Investment Fund is betting on commercial aircraft maker EADS, headquartered in France, Porsche Automobil Holding SE and rail freight company Aurizon, listed in Australia, he said Wednesday.
North Korea's Kaesong Industrial Zone Sees Activity But Restarts Aren't in View Yet - Korea Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
Kaesong has been a relative hive of activity over the past couple of days, but this doesn't necessarily mean companies that operate at the North Korean industrial zone will be restarting production any time soon.
Japan's military men are "well-trained," defense minister Itsunori Onodera boasted in a weekend speech at the Yokosuka Naval Base -- "at cleaning, washing, and cooking."
The decision to allow foreign telecom companies to operate without a local partner will not be enough to tempt investment into the sector, according to some analysts.
China's Huawei Technologies Co. is currently developing fifth-generation network technology, which will enable mobile users to have wireless connection experience similar to today's home fiber network environment.
The North Korean women’s soccer team is scheduled to arrive in Seoul later Thursday ahead of its opening game in the East Asia championship on Sunday against South Korea -- and will likely be confident of giving Kim Jong Un something to cheer about.
China’s Spring Airlines has been inundated with over a thousand applications from aspiring flight attendants after starting a recruitment campaign targeted at married women with kids.
Indonesian Elephant Is Latest Loser in Battle With Villagers - Southeast Asia Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
The endangered Sumatran elephant found dead in the province of Aceh over the weekend was probably trapped and mutilated by locals looking to protect their crops, authorities said.
The event was aimed at revamping the image of the Indian housewife but some aspects of it highlighted how deep-rooted gender bias is in India’s largely patriarchal society, even among women.
Some American police jurisdictions keep photographs of license plates which monitor private citizens' motion indefinitely. blogs.wsj.com
According to documents released Wednesday, local authorities have a patchwork of rules for storing and using car-tracking data, with some deleting it almost immediately and others keeping it indefinitely.
Interactive Map: The United States of Venture Capital - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
By way of an interactive map, we look at the distribution of venture-capital funding in the first half of the year.
The arrival of a newborn bottlenose dolphin at Ocean Adventure Subic Bay is a welcome addition to the Philippine theme park, but is also drawing criticism from conservationists.
Healthcare policies in India are failing its poorest citizens and may also be undermining the sustainable development of healthcare worldwide.
The documentary filmmaker behind “Waiting for Superman” is turning his camera toward the world’s youngest education advocate.
Would affirmative action help close Japan's notorious gender gap?
Social media can't sway India's next election, but it could change the debate.
Narendra Modi, the man tipped to be the prime ministerial candidate for India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, has arguably picked two of the country's sharpest minds when it comes to the Internet.
A California judge said yoga is ‘a distinctly American cultural philosophy’ as he rejected claims by a group of parents that yoga classes at schools trampled on religious freedom.
The founder of Goonj, a used clothing charity that is working with flood victims, says there are several things he doesn't want to see in their donation pile.