A Vietnamese military official looking out of an air force plane during the search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Photograph: Luong Thai Linh/EPA.
It was the one question the Chinese public (not to mention the Beijing press corps) was awaiting. The scene was the annual press conference with China's Premier Li Keqiang at Beijing's Great Hall of the People.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares cautiously rebounded from two-week lows on Thursday but gains were pared after disappointing retail sales and factory output data underscored investors' concerns over slowdown in China.
King Digital Entertainment, the Dublin-based creator of popular games Candy Crush and Pet Rescue, saw revenues surge eleven-fold last year to nearly $2bn dollars.
Google's unusual upcoming stock split is about to upend the popular Standard & Poor's 500 and short-circuit the influence of common shareholders.