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China’s larger developers, flush with cash from strong sales, are snapping up smaller rivals and some of their land, taking advantage of a cash crunch to build market share.
As China’s economic expansion continued to slow in the second quarter, executives and economists in Southeast Asia are bracing for impact especially in raw materials.
Former Boy Band Star Jay Park Goes Solo and Gets Respect From Fellow Rappers and Dancers - Korea Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
Korean-American Jay Park had to work in a tire shop for a while after dropping out of boy band 2PM, but he got back on his feet with a popular Youtube video in 2010 and he's well on his way to establishing himself as a solo singing act.
Credit Suisse AG has hired CIMB Group Holdings's head of Australian energy research Mark Samter, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Australian healthcare appointment booking site 1stAvailable is rattling the tin ahead of an initial public offering in 2014, according to an information memorandum seen by MoneyBeat.
Thousands of people flocked to telegraph offices across India one last time before the state-run service was closed after more than 150 years in operation. In pictures.
Telegrams sent to authorities by young lovers are one of myriad ways this form of communication continued to play a vital role in India, even as it became more and more financially unprofitable in recent years.
After two services – a Korean version of Flipboard and an e-book related app – failed, Jake Park, chief executive of Value Creators & Co. was in desperate need of an item that could turn around the company and boost morale.
China’s economic growth slowed once again, dipping to 7.5% in the second quarter and reinforcing widespread concerns that the world’s second-largest economy could be facing a long-term deceleration. Analysts give their take.
Organizing for Action, the fundraising and advocacy group spun off from President Barack Obama’s re-election effort, stepped up its fundraising pace in the second quarter, according to figures released Friday.
How much will Andy Murray's Wimbledon title change his earning potential? It can be hard to get an accurate reading amid all the hype around reported large figures.
LP Scrutiny of Track Records Puts Pressure on Venture Firms - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
Limited partners, faced with at least a decade of dismal venture capital returns, are looking harder not just at a venture firm's returns but at the track records of its partners--they want to know which individual investor sourced, led and took board sea
Manhattan nightlife veteran Michael Ault aims to appeal to the capital’s elite with his new nightclub, Pangaea Delhi.
When Congress expanded U.S. sanctions on Iran in 2010, it authorized states to blacklist companies that have business interests with Iran. A legal fight over a highway bridge contract in New Jersey shows just how tricky it can be for states to manage thei
Intel has not yet disclosed what it will call its new service for delivering video over the Internet, which it expects to launch by the end of the year. But don’t be surprised if it is dubbed OnCue.
.@joewallin: Time to Advertise Your Private Offering? Not So Fast - The Accelerators - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
GUEST MENTOR Joe Wallin, partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP: Should startups begin advertising their private offering right away? My answer is this: Not so fast. There are punitive rules potentially at play here, including the potential loss of your sec
GUEST MENTOR Dayna Grayson, partner at NEA: As entrepreneurs, we often think we know our businesses better than anyone else. If you’re building something completely brand new and innovative, you are the de facto expert. However, if you can’t get the idea
The Pakistani teenage girl targeted and shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, delivered a speech at the United Nations urging free compulsory schooling for all children.
Boeing Co. shares are falling sharply Friday on word a 787 Dreamliner experienced a fire at London’s Heathrow Airport.
Iran Kicks Off Its Internal Internet With Government Email - Middle East Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
This week, Iran inaugurated the national email. A government assigned email address linked to your social security number that makes it easy to trace users and monitor their communication.