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Keeping loan repayments low, trimming expenses and taking on a second job can help with this
Sextortion syndicates in Asia and Africa are raking in millions from targets in places such as Britain, enabled by wire-transfer services and cryptocurrencies
BlackRock Inc. became the first foreign asset manager allowed to start a wholly owned mutual fund business in China, a step toward winning a slice of one of the fastest-growing wealth markets.
The new data law is expected to provide a broad framework for future rules on Internet services, and to ring-fence, prise open and ease tracking of valuable data in the interests of national security.
(Reuters) -Electronic Arts Inc is investigating a recent data breach, where some of its game source code and related tools were stolen, the videogame publisher said on Thursday, becoming the latest victim of a spate of cyberattacks on U.S. companies.
MANILA: Two families behind the best-selling Lucky Me! instant noodles are sitting on a fortune worth billions of dollars after a record IPO in the Philippines, the latest example of the vast wealth being created in Asia as companies go public.
LIMA (Reuters) -Socialist Pedro Castillo was closing in on victory in Peru's presidential election on Thursday, holding a slim lead of some 63,000 votes over conservative rival Keiko Fujimori, who has yet to concede and has alleged fraud despite scant evidence.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Swedish payments firm Klarna has raised $639 million from a group of investors led by SoftBank's Vision Fund II, lifting its valuation to about $46 billion - higher than several of the region's major banks.
KATHMANDU (The Jakarta Post/ANN): In 2026, four years before the deadline world leaders set to achieve a more sustainable, just and climate-resilient planet, another EU-Asean planning cycle will come to term, the third since 2013.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government, in an effort to protect the country's nascent economic recovery and avoid the type of violent unrest seen in Colombia, has softened a planned tax reform, just as a recent electoral setback seems to confirm the need for caution.