Trends

  • Uber, Grab do things a little differently in Yangon

    Authorities welcome ride-hailing business as a way to ease traffic jams

  • ASEAN AT 50

    Southeast Asian companies find ideal partners -- each other

    Cross-border alliances give global rivals a run for their money

  • Electric vehicle rush shifts power in Japan's auto market

    Motors, batteries gain momentum as clock ticks on the internal combustion engine

  • Japan venture ends rocket launch after communications glitch

    The attempt was aborted 80 seconds into flight

  • Parcel delivery companies draw the eye of China's regulator

    Concerns arise as industry swells in tandem with online shopping

  • Japan's cash-strapped temples try their hand at tourism

    As donations dwindle, foreign visitors offer a new source of much-needed income

  • ASEAN AT 50

    AirAsia quenches Asia's thirst for budget travel

    After conquering Southeast Asia, CEO Fernandes eyes more routes, Chinese market

  • Indian bitcoin startups thrive as New Delhi ponders rules

    Demonetization helps to spur investors' interest in digital currencies

  • 'Ghost in the Shell' inspires researchers in the lab

    Are you ready to try on your thermo-optical camouflage raincoat?

  • Traditional Myanmar face paste now cool in Thailand

    Southeast Asia could be on the verge of a 'thanaka' boom

  • Renault-Nissan alliance seizes worldwide sales crown

    Three-way contest with Volkswagen, Toyota likely to intensify

  • Salim Group backs digital startup incubator

    Partnership with National University of Singapore to nurture entrepreneurs

  • From 'valley of death,' Japan rocket startup aims for heavens

    Launch set for Saturday heralds new phase in commercial space race

  • Corporate Japan must shed old recruiting habits to attract foreign talent

    Traditional job-hunting system excludes many promising non-Japanese students

  • Asia turns to Israel's tech warriors for cyberprotection

    Veterans of IDF's elite Unit 8200 bring expertise to the private sector

  • ASEAN AT 50

    In search of ASEAN 'champions'

    To grow, Southeast Asian bloc needs companies with proprietary tech

  • Earnings preview

    Low-cost mobile carriers eating into KDDI profit

    Japan's wireless giants struggle to stem customer exodus

  • Pain continues for South Korean companies over THAAD

    Hyundai, Lotte suffer most as China refuses to ease retaliatory measures

  • AI, IoT top Japan R&D chiefs' priority lists

    Big spenders often seeking to make up for lost time

  • Following Europe, automakers steer toward all-electric future

    Race underway to perfect successors to internal combustion engine