• Hong Kong Residents Want Protesters To Head Home
    Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests, the longest of their kind on Chinese soil since the 1989 Tiananmen Square uprising, turn 2 months old on Sunday.
  • Property developers lead Hong Kong rally
    Markets around Asia are rallying on hopes that the region's biggest economy is becoming more aggressive in countering a slowdown.
  • Hong Kong Stock Regulators Struggle to Spot Fraud
    Few American investors have ever visited Hong Kong's stock exchange, a cavernous trading hall at the base of a skyscraper in the city's central district. Their money, however, is far more likely to be acquainted with the Hong Kong Market.
  • Asian stocks muted after Wall Street retreat
    Asian stocks were subdued Thursday after Wall Street retreated following five days of record gains but Tokyo gained after a surprise rise in Japan's machinery orders.
  • Hong Kong has a tycoon problem
    Hong Kong's glistening skyline is home to many booming industries, earning the city a reputation as a hub of free trade and opportunity. But in reality, the city of 7.2 million is dominated by a handful of tycoons that control everything from supermarkets to real estate.