TOKYO - Asian markets mostly rose Monday as Japan reported its trade balance swung to a surplus in September and strong Japanese manufacturing data from a purchasing manager's survey also suggested signs of improved activity in the world's third ...
Here are highlights of Sunday's top breaking stories from around the world: The $85.4 billion AT&T-Time Warner media megadeal announced Saturday night was just the beginning of a wave of multi-billion-dollar acquisitions.
People walk past an electronic board displaying various Asian countries' stock price index and world major index outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, August 21, 2015.
The avionics company's $6.4 billion acquisition of the airline-cabin supplier is the largest in its history. Share story. By. Julie Johnsson.
Oil prices slipped in early Asian trade Monday on signs that the production cut plan proposed by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries could face more headwinds after Iraq signalled it wants to be excluded from the pact.