Gerry Wang, CEO of Seaspan, says after Hanjing Shipping's "unthinkable" fall last year, life goes on for Seaspan.
Ken Zheng, COO of Lianlian Pay, talks about the company's mobile payments and cross-border payments business in China.
Joe Magyer, CIO of Lakehouse Capital, says complacency and uncertainty in the markets are reasons for his defensive approach.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, with the Nikkei leading the gains and up by 0.43 percent.
Bruce Klingner of the Heritage Foundation weighs in on the South Korean election and how North Korea's latest provocations might not have done it any favors.
Quincy Krosby of Prudential Financial says whether the Fed hikes 3 or 4 times depends on stronger economic data and President Trump's policies.
Fern Ngai, CEO of Community Business, says there is greater female participation on boards of Hang Seng companies but the trajectory has been slow.
Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, talks about the importance of taking strategic risks and the impact of protectionism on the business.
Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma has called on the Chinese authorities to take greater action against counterfeiters. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Mary Nicola of Aviva Investors says Asian markets are reacting well to the increased prospects of the Fed raising interest rates this month.
Peter Levesque, MD at Modern Terminals Group, says the shipping industry continues to play an important role in the Hong Kong economy.
Jim Cantrell, CEO of Vector, weighs in on the players in the commercial space launch race.
Jennifer Westacott, chief executive of the Business Council of Australia, talks about risks in the business environment in Australia.
Capital expenditure might have expanded last quarter but it remains to be seen whether the trend will continue, says Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank.
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, says while U.S. policy is important, President Trump's tweets are just unnecessary noise.
Asian markets opened lower on Wednesday on the back of Wall Street closing lower in the previous session.
Lincoln Leong, CEO of MTR, says the company's recurrent businesses did better in 2016 even though its property development business slowed.
Abteen Vaziri, director of Greystone EB-5, talks about concerns over fraud related to the EB-5 visa program in the U.S. and potential reforms.
Japan's gross domestic product growth was revised up in the fourth quarter as capital expenditure grew at the fastest pace in almost three years.
Eric Marshall of the Hodges Small Cap Fund says cyclical sectors in the market will offer opportunities.