Practicality doesn't take a back seat with Audi's track-ready RS6 Avant.
Rose Powell Chinese stocks experienced a technical correction within less than 24 hours as markets extended a savage selloff on Thursday, led by industrial and energy companies.
Jill Mao and Sterling Wong China's sharemarket rally is producing wealth on an unprecedented scale, with the creation of more than 50 new billionaires so far this year.
China's stock markets plunged over 6 per cent after more brokers tightened margin trading requirements for clients and the central bank drained money market liquidity.
Ye Xie Investors have been better off by staying put in their portfolios rather than trying to time the market.
Jared Lynch Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey should consider slashing stamp duty to attract more people to regional areas and help Australia fully capitalise on the Asian dining boom, KPMG chairman Peter Nash says.
Former Fed chair Ben Bernanke said that China's economic slowdown should not worry markets as there was no risk of a hard landing.
Chinese stocks ended mixed on Wednesday ahead of a fresh flood of new share offerings.
Belinda Cao and Kyoungwha Kim Should a stock exchange focus on business or regulation? After $US35 billion in market value was erased from three companies in two days, investors are asking if the city's regulator should have done more to prevent the stampede.
Frederik Balfour Pan Sutong made $US22 billion this year and then lost most of it. He says he doesn't care.
Solar power entrepreneur Li Hejun began the day as China's second-richest man. By 11am, his fortune had halved.
Richard Frost Sudden rout: Hong Kong's market darlings this year are tumbling even faster than they rallied.
Netflix is in talks with a Chinese media company backed by Jack Ma and other possible partners as it seeks entry into the country's $7.3 billion online video market, according to people familiar with the matter.
Goldman Sachs economist Song Yu has form picking the direction of China's economy.
China cut interest rates for the third time in six months on Sunday in a bid to lower companies' borrowing costs and stoke a sputtering economy that is headed for its worst year in a quarter of a century.
Uber could raise more than $US1.5 billion, given the level of interest from investors.
Philip Wen and Brendan Foster China's Operation Fox Hunt and Sky Net is an attempt to name, shame and capture 100 corrupt officials it says have fled to countries including Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada.
Jill Mao The biggest three-day loss in China stocks since 2013 hasn't stopped the emergence of the country's newest billionaire.
Soft Chinese trade data weighed on an Australian dollar already suffering from a downgrade to the RBA's economic growth forecasts.
Max Mason Baofeng Technology's rocketing share price is an example of how shares in the Shenzhen Stock Exchange are going through the roof thanks to mum and dad investors.
Kyoungwha Kim Morgan Stanley downgraded Chinese stocks for the first time in more than seven years, saying the market has become expensive after share prices surged and profitability fell to the weakest level since the global recession in 2009.
Lulu Yilun Chen After Alibaba Group raised a record $US25 billion ($31 billion) last year, founder Jack Ma said the Chinese e-commerce company faced the danger of high expectations. He might be right.
Sally Rose Amalisia Zhang, the founder and chief executive of ASX-listed mobile commerce platform 99 Wuxian, has pledged to spend more time in Australia helping local fund managers 'get comfortable' with the idea of investing in Chinese companies.
Bloomberg News Chinese manufacturing beat economists' estimates in April, suggesting growth is stabilising after the government spurred infrastructure investment and eased monetary policy.
China stocks jumped to fresh seven-year highs on expectations that Beijing will accelerate mergers among state-owned enterprises.
China's securities regulator started a campaign to crack down on stock-market manipulation and insider trading, the latest effort to reduce risks as an equities boom lures a record number of novice investors.
Elena Popina and Boris Korby Most stock investors would be thrilled with an 80 per cent return in the past year. For those who bought BlackRock's flagship ETF for mainland Chinese shares, however, it's akin to getting shortchanged.