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BlackBerry's adoption of the Android operating system was a key part of its turnaround strategy, says CEO John Chen.
History shows that terror attacks have little economic toll, notes Chris Konstantinos, director of international portfolio management at Riverfront Investment Group.
Mark Tucker, CEO of AIA, shares his bullishness on Asia, which he says still offers substantial opportunities due to factors such as demographics and urbanization.
China's tech sector has continued to do reasonably well and is growing rapidly, says Gokul Laroia, co-CEO for Asia Pacific at Morgan Stanley.
Gokul Laroia, co-CEO for Asia Pacific at Morgan Stanley, says there are still real opportunities for investors, in spite of a looming Fed rate hike and slowing growth in China.
John Rice, vice chairman at GE, discusses its employee and business safety amid global geopolitical risks, as well as GE's latest India deal.
The West's campaign against ISIS hasn't resulted in any major economic disruptions so far, says David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial.
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Emerging markets' structural deterioration has not been fully priced-in, cautions Nicholas Ferres, investment director of global asset allocation at Eastspring Investments.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director of global asset allocation at Eastspring Investments, notes that markets were largely weaker pre-Paris attacks than prior to the 2004 Madrid bombings.
French President François Hollande is right to call the Paris attacks an "act of war," explains James Woolsey, chairman of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Asian markets will start the week digesting the deadly terror attacks that struck France on Friday, with regional stocks expected to take a hit.
Johannes Benigni, founder and chairman of JBC Asia, says the assumption the Paris terror attacks will impact the price of oil is far-fetched.
The U.S.-ASEAN Business Council's goal is to encourage Southeast Asian leaders to embrace the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, explains Alexander Feldman, the council's CEO.
The three main global issues are economic contraction, a tech bubble and terrorism in key cities, says Frank Troise, MD of Infinity Partners.
Malcolm Nance, executive director at the Terror Asymmetrics Project, discusses the ideologies of terrorist groups such as ISIS and al-Qaida.
Izumi Devalier, Japan economist at HSBC, identifies the strengths and weaknesses in Japan's Q3 GDP data.
James Sullivan, head of Asia ex-Japan research for APAC telecom and internet research at JPMorgan, discusses trend predictions in the TMT sector.
The Manila APEC Summit will focus on economic areas that need positive exposure to competition and growth, says Alan Bollard, executive director of the APEC Secretariat.
The conviction that the U.S. economy is normalizing is what will drive markets, explains David Kuo, CEO of the Motley Fool Singapore.
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