David Hand, managing director at Newport Consulting, discusses the findings of its latest report which showed Australia's mining sector adjusting to tough market conditions.» Read More
Three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten demonstrates his signature dish, which is a lightly scrambled egg topped with whipped cream and caviar.
Three Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten discusses the global expansion of his restaurants and outlines the steps taken to ensure the quality of food served at Jean-Georges Tokyo.
Irene Lee, chairman of Hysan Development, says Hong Kong's prime shopping belt Causeway Bay remains the firm's core focus, but it is also looking at other engines of growth in and out of Hong Kong.
Irene Lee, chairman of Hysan Development, attributes the 5 percent rise in 2014's underlying profit to its diversified portfolio and explains why tensions between Hong Kong and China have not impacted the firm.
Ahead of HKBN's market debut on Thursday, the broadband-service provider's CFO Niq Lai explains the significance of being a public company.
Mike Smith, CEO of ANZ, says the Australian economy is doing better than expected amid a "good volume story" in the commodity space and as the services sector continues to perform well.
While the financial strength of banks have improved since the 2008 financial crisis, there's still lingering concerns, especially in the political arena, says Mike Smith, CEO of ANZ.
Aaron Allen, CEO of Aaron Allen and Associates, says shares of Shake Shack will likely "start to slide backwards" after disappointing investors with its first public earnings report.
John Thompson, CEO and CIO of Vilas Capital, discusses the Fed's latest stress tests, which required Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley to resubmit their capital plans.
Daniel Wiener, CEO of Adviser Investments, discusses results of the Fed's annual "stress tests", which found that 31 banks have the financial strength to survive a worst-case scenario.
Asian equities were lower across the board on Wednesday, pressured by a plunge on Wall Street overnight and as a string of China data fell short of expectations.
Kevin Rudd, former prime minister of Australia, discusses the diplomatic spats between Jakarta and Canberra over the execution of two Australians for drug offences.
Kevin Rudd, former prime minister of Australia, is surprised by the "intensity, comprehensiveness and length" of China's anti-corruption drive.
David Sandalow, inaugural fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, discusses the resistance towards a nuclear restart following the devastating earthquake which struck Japan on this day four years ago.
Timothy Moe, Asia-Pacific managing director of investment research at Goldman Sachs, says factors like a strong U.S. dollar triggered the plunge on Wall Street Tuesday and discusses the outlook for Asian equities.
Inspired by Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson's surprise cameo at the Paris Fashion Week, CNBC's Bernie Lo and Tim Seymour, emerging markets trader on "Fast Money", show their best "Zoolander" look.
Tim Seymour, CIO of Triogem Asset Management, says the inverse correlation between the yen and Japanese stock prices has broken down hence investors need to be cautious on exporter stocks.
Tim Seymour, CIO of Triogem Asset Management, says extreme currency moves and fears over a possible U.S. rate hike will heighten market volatility over the next few weeks.
John Rutledge, chief investment strategist at Safanad, attributes Wall Street's declines to rising fears that the Fed will rise interest rates sooner rather than later.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Japan to confront its wartime conduct, but Tobias Harris, analyst at Teneo Intelligence, says the remarks won't help to solve tensions in Northeast Asia.
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