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NEW YORK/LONDON: Bitcoin extended losses on Friday afternoon, falling more than 11% after China doubled down on efforts to prevent speculative and financial risks by cracking down on mining and trading of the largest cryptocurrency.
SEOUL: More South Koreans are becoming inclined to stock investing as they seek to take advantage of a turnaround from the Covid-19 financial market crisis, a survey showed.
LONDON: Junk-rated companies owned by private equity firms are tapping environmental, social and governance (ESG) narratives to cut borrowing costs. Debt investors worry about being played.
THE novel coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the key role of the Asia-Pacific media as a timely and trusted source of information, giving people around the region the tools to understand and cope with the impact of COVID-19, media industry leaders and experts said.
As many as 150,000 jobs may be lost industrywide
TODAY marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, when Communist East Germany decided to allow its people to move freely to West Berlin.
THE jury is still out on whether digitalisation will spell an early end for mainstream print media businesses. But what is clear, though, is that the digital age has fundamentally transformed how the new generation of consumers is accessing information and entertainment, including changes in the way people consume and engage with food, music, film and art.
SELF-PROCLAIMED eco-warriors, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found themselves facing a barrage of criticism when news broke out that they took a private jet to southern France just two days after a flight to Ibiza.
PEOPLE have asked me which television series best represents contemporary Malaysian politics.
WITH tariff warriors on the rampage, tit-for-tat fights and more frequent growth downgrades, there seems to be nowhere to hide.