Ezekiel Emanuel, the architect behind Obamacare, says Republicans have created uncertainties for insurance providers that led to higher premiums.
Downton Abbey actor Kevin Doyle talks about how the popularity of the acclaimed series has helped it cross language barriers.
China and the U.S. agree on issues relating to North Korea in principle, but differ in terms of method, says J. Berkshire Miller, Council on Foreign Relations.
Karine Hirn, East Capital, weighs in on comments that MSCI inclusion will not rock the boat in Chinese markets due to the low weighting in the index.
The government is using Anbang as an example to others not to mix the business of life insurance with wealth management, says Sam Radwan, Enhance International.
Ezekiel Emanuel says the insurance market could be stabilized by enforcing the mandate, guaranteeing subsidies for cost sharing and more.
Ezekiel Emanuel, University of Pennsylvania, says the Senate's health care bill has gone through zero hearings with no public discussion.
China could face economic losses in terms of U.S. sanctions if it does not take stronger action on North Korea, says Ron Napier, Napier Investment Advisors.
Calvin Cheng, co-chair of ReTech, explains how the e-learning platform allows companies operating in China to train employees on a large scale.
However, data shows that in the long-term that companies with founder-CEOs tend to outperform their peers, says Anand Sanwal, CB Insights.
Robert Lutts, Cabot Wealth Management, weighs in on the state of the U.S. markets and says real earnings growth looks set to continue.
Dowson Tong, president of the social network group at Tencent, said the A.I. industry in China is very active, with players developing their own expertise.
MSCI plans to add mainland Chinese shares to its benchmark EM index, but the stamp of approval may not help investors, say some analysts.
Joining the MSCI EM index is a step forward for China, but it will be a bigger deal when it joins the bond indexes, says Uwe Parpart, Capital Link International.
Thomas Fang, UBS, weighs in on the MSCI decision to include 222 mainland Chinese stocks in its benchmark emerging markets index.
Investors should look beyond the middle income economies making up the bulk of the MSCI EM indexes for higher growth, says Jay Jacobs, Global X Funds.
William Li, founder of NIO, says Tesla cars are made in California for California, but his company is designing cars with the Chinese consumer in mind.
The "same old" state-owned companies added to the MSCI EM index are not operated like traditional companies, says Kevin Carter, EMQQ.
Geoff Bazan, Maple-Brown Abbott, says the inclusion of A-shares in the MSCI EM index might be not be as noticeable now, but will be felt in a few years.
Compliance with the OPEC-led oil production cuts look good, but that's just on paper, says Neil Beveridge, Bernstein.