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The Corporate Perception Indicator is a survey of the population and biz execs from 25 markets, conducted for CNBC and Burson-Marsteller.
Opportunists cash in on the regulatory hurdles that caused launch delays in China for the new iPhone.
Alibaba's long-awaited IPO is finally around the corner, making this a good time to take a look at just how an IPO works.
The Chinese are interested in acquiring everything American, from companies to real estate, looking to protect their assets.
Jonathan Slone, Chairman & CEO at CLSA, describes what the former Hollywood star and California governor will bring to the firm's 21st Hong Kong investor forum.
Francis Cheung, Head of China and Hong Kong Strategy at CLSA, highlights the equities that are poised to benefit from the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect.
Amid rising wages in China, Luen Thai Holdings has been seeking greener pastures in the likes of Southeast Asia so as to stay competitive. CNBC's Christine Tan has more.
London and New York may be the favorite two cities of the global wealthy. But when it comes to investment returns since 2010, Dubai was your best bet.
Today's globe-trotting rich are more likely to want pied-à-terres as second homes, which means you may not guess where the new 2nd-home hot spot is.
Didier Bensadoun, President of Delivery.com Hong Kong, highlights technology as the firm's main difference over its competitors in Hong Kong.
Ko Wing-man, Secretary for Food and Health of Hong Kong, outlines the precautionary that the city has taken, such as issuing a travel warning to citizens.
As tensions between Hong Kong and Beijing increase, multinational firms are seeing more stability in Singapore and expanding their outlook.
With Beijing unlikely to accede to activists' demands, the threat of escalation could undermine Hong Kong's pro-business economy, says Gillem Tulloch, Founder of GMT Research.
Robert Chow, Spokesman, Alliance for Peace and Democracy, says Beijing has always been clear about the degree of autonomy it will give Hong Kong. He also discusses the response from the city's citizens.
Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, says a smaller-than-expected turnout at Sunday's protest helped Hong Kong shares to shrug off political unrest.
CNBC's Emily Tan reports from the Asia World Expo where Li Fei, a member of the top committee of China's parliament, commented on Beijing's parliamentary ruling.
Edward Chin, Organizer of Financial Professionals for Occupy Central, says the campaign is intended as a last resort if Beijing fails to return the rule of fair play to Hong Kong's elections.
James Tien, Party Leader of HK Liberal Party, says Hong Kong citizens should remember the city is not independent and explains why China's latest ruling is an improvement from the past.
Benny Tai, Co-founder of Occupy Central, says the group is planning a series of protests in response to China's parliamentary ruling.
China's parliament announced on Sunday that it will control the nomination of candidates for 2017 elections in Hong Kong. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.