Hong Kong listed media holdings company HMV Digital China Group has announced that it has signed a letter of intent to purchase all shares of a Taiwan-based media firm.
Uber, which has succumbed to government pressure and decided to suspend its operations in Taiwan, is keen to negotiate with the government to find a solution that can keep its ride-sharing service running in the country, a company executive said Wednesday.
Call it lifestyles of the ultra-rich: A new mega mansion up for sale in Los Angeles' exclusive Bel Air neighborhood comes with just about everything you could dream of.
Disney has been on a tear the past few years, thanks to popular channels like ESPN, its "Star Wars" and Marvel superhero franchises, and improving results at its global parks.
Facebook says it is extending its bereavement policies and will also allow employees paid time off when a family member is sick.
YouTube on Tuesday began letting popular online video personalities broadcast on the go using mobile devices, ramping up a challenge to Facebook and Twitter in the live-streaming arena.
Luxury goods maker Hermes said Wednesday it booked record sales in 2016, thanks to strong demand in all regions, and Japan in particular.
If 2016 was considered uncertain, this year will be exponentially so, DBS Group CEO Piyush Gupta said.
Amsterdam has slapped a record fine of 297,000 euros (US$318,000) on a landlord and agency which broke council rules in renting out 11 apartments via home-sharing giant Airbnb, officials said Monday.
Facebook is heading to New York state's highest court to challenge search warrants seeking information from user accounts.