Amit Midha, Dell EMC's APJ commercial president, talks about the tech mega-merger, which also involves EMC-owned companies like RSA and VMWare.
Tech stocks related to cloud computing, as well as consumer stocks, look attractive, says David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial.
Using travel search engines to make travel bookings is second nature to value-conscious millennials, says Ross Veitch, CEO & co-founder of Wego.
Simon Choi, CEO at Dagong Global Credit Rating, explains the significant disconnect between domestically-issued credit ratings and bad loans in China.
Markets might get some additional easing but expect more of the same from the BOJ, says Paul Krake, founder of View from the Peak: Macro Strategies.
Paul Krake, founder of View from the Peak: Macro Strategies, talks about bond proxies, such as consumer staples, and the flattening of risk curves.
Technology has allowed for easier price comparison but millennials also value personalization and service, says Teo Correia, senior MD at Accenture.
Connecting potential investors to the right start-ups is an art form but technology can help streamline the process, says Steven Fang, CEO at Capbridge.
Crude imports in China and India have increased by more than a million barrels a day year-on-year, says Gunvor Group's David Fyfe.
The Fed's mixed messaging is still expected to result in a rate hike that will be chaotic for Asian currencies, says Euler Hermes' Ludovic Subran.
Asian shares were mixed in early trade, with the ASX and Kospi barely in the green and the Nikkei down 0.88 percent.
The Saudi-Russian oil cooperation deal is proactive but the outcome is still up in the air, says S&P Global Platts' Martin Fraenkel.
President Obama hasn't done the groundwork to get the Trans-Pacific Partnership through the lame duck session, but there's a glimmer of hope, says BowerGroupAsia's Ernest Bower.
The election of the pro-independence candidates and "localists", was unprecedented in a Hong Kong political system.
Younger people are now more active in politics but changes mustn't be overstated, says Linda Li, associate provost at City University of Hong Kong.
Central banks might say stagnating growth is a supply-side problem but they're still doubling down, says Lim Say Boon, CIO at DBS Group Wealth Management.
The rally in developed markets might be nearing its end but Asia markets look more resilient, says Lim Say Boon, CIO at DBS Group Wealth Management.
Progress in flexible hiring practices and labor law reforms are much needed, says Christopher J. LaFleur at The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan.
There's still hope for passing the TPP given how pro-trade Republicans have control of the Senate, says Alexander Feldman, U.S.-ASEAN Business Council.
CNBC's Bernie Lo explains why U.S. President Barack Obama called off his meeting with the Philippines' president. It's not pretty.