Taiwan's new president is unlikely to pursue pro-independence policies, which will leave Cross-Strait relations mired in uncertainty, notes Bonnie Glaser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
BT Group Chairman Michael Rake explains why the EU blocked Hutchison Telecom's bid for O2, while BT Group managed to buy EE Group.
Tsai isn't willing to make political commitments in the language Beijing prefers so her inaugural address on Friday will be a balancing act for the newly-elected leader, explains Richard Bush of the Brookings Institution.
Dee Poon, chief brand officer at PYE, talks about the fashion company's changing customer base and what it takes to tailor a great shirt.
William Morneau, finance minister of Canada, says investments are targeting Canada's middle-class and infrastructure which will boost productivity.
Canada's Finance Minister William Morneau says the wildfires will likely hurt economic growth in Q2, but the biggest challenge is the affected people.
Sisters Majorie and Teresa Yang tell CNBC how they've managed to successfully run Esquel Group as second-generation leaders.
Kevin Sneader, Asia chairman of McKinsey & Company, explains the positive economic implications of creating a corridor from China to Venice.
Michael Syn, SGX head of derivatives, says participants are debating what might disrupt supply or create demand for the metal.
Philips' Ronald De Jong shares that there is rising demand for home healthcare technology, which is where the Dutch firm sees opportunities.
The spin-off will enable Philips to focus on becoming a healthcare technology powerhouse, says Ronald De Jong, executive VP & chief market leader at Philips.
Second-tier automakers like Suzuki are struggling to keep up amid a tough competitive environment, says Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive.
The next Fed rate hike is likely to be in September with a progressive increase in rates thereafter, says John Woods from Credit Suisse PBWM.
Asian shares were mixed early Thursday. The Nikkei 225 was higher after Japan's machinery orders rose more than expected.
The ECB has been purchasing corporate bonds, which has led to a positive demand for investment-grade debt, notes Credit Suisse PBWM's John Woods.
Mike Perlis, president & CEO of Forbes Media, talks about the company's digital transition and how it is targeting a younger audience.
ASX wants entrepreneurs to pause and consider if it's the appropriate time to go public, explains Max Cunningham, GM of listings at ASX.
Point View Wealth Management's David Dietze says the Fed won't move in June because it's an election year and there's the Brexit referendum.
Wouter Van Wersch, president and CEO at GE ASEAN, talks to CNBC about growing local teams and developing products for the Southeast Asian market.
Relaxing U.S. sanctions on Myanmar's banking sector will help financial transactions move, notes Peter Kucik, principal at Inle Advisory Group.