Julian Segal, CEO of Caltex, talks about how the company is developing capabilities beyond its main fuel business.
Evan Medeiros of Eurasia Group says there are challenges ahead, especially when it comes to Sino-U.S. relations.
Peter Allen, CEO of Scentre, talks about the company's performance and how it is tackling the growth in online shopping.
Kurt Wee, president of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises, says the Singapore budget doesn't have enough near-term measures to support SMEs in Singapore.
Charles Dallara, vice chairman of Partners Group, says it will take years to correct structural problems in the Greek economy.
Asian markets opened mostly flat on Tuesday, with the ASX the only index in the red and down by 0.17 percent.
Alex Wong of Ample Capital says HSBC results are likely to be better than a year ago but he's less certain about the bank's future.
Mahendra Negi, CFO of Trend Micro, says that changes in technology and user behavior create challenges in security.
Yasmin Mahmood, CEO of Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation, talks about the country's push to encourage digital innovation.
Isaac Ben-Israel, director of the Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center, talks about the cybersecurity frameworks in place in Israel.
Brett McGonegal, CEO of Capital Link International, says it all boils down to how investors are playing gold.
Bipin Preet Singh, CEO of MobiKwik, talks about how QR codes will be implemented to drive mobile payments in India.
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says financials have been underpinning the markets in Hong Kong.
Joshua Crabb of Old Mutual Global Investors says strength in the U.S. economy could spread to Asia.
Melissa Otto of Fidelity International says things might be changing for the Japanese economy as the Tokyo Olympics near.
Paul O'Malley, CEO of BlueScope Steel, talks about the company's latest results and what could pose a risk down the road.
Gavin Parry of Parry International Trading says the direction of the U.S. dollar is what he's keeping an eye on.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the Kospi the sole index that was in the green and up by 0.20 percent.
Ralph Haupter, president of Microsoft Asia, says many companies agree going digital is the way forward but just 29% have a full digital plan in place.
Rodrigo Catril of NAB talks about where he thinks the Korean won and the dollar are headed.