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Rob Enderle, President & Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, outlines the limitations that HTC faces in its attempt to enter the burgeoning wearables business.

Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at the Bank of Singapore, discusses the possibility that the Fed could make an important change to its policy statement at its September FOMC meeting.

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.

Robbie Hoyes-Cock, Managing Director of The Podium Lounge, explains why he started the 3-night luxury party here in Singapore, as part of the F1 Grand Prix.

In this preview of CNBC's special program "Running The Show", Susan Li takes a look at the lives of some of the most influential female figures today.

Viktor Shvets, Head of Strategy Research, Asia at Macquarie, explains why the Fed could raise interest rates sooner rather than later.

Luca Silipo, Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at Natixis, highlights the absence of wage increments as the missing link in Japan's Abenomics-fueled recovery.

Xavier Denis, Economist and Strategist at Societe Generale Private Banking, discusses whether the vote for Scottish independence could impact global financial markets.

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.

Bindu Lohani, Vice President of the Asian Development Bank, is confident that Asia can see 6.4 percent growth this year. He later introduces the institution's new Creative Productivity Index.

Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says the independence of Scotland could diminish Britain's international standing.

Wayne Swan, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, says U.S. President Obama has put together practical measures, careful not to repeat the mistakes of his predecessor.

Lee Partridge, CIO & Managing Director of Salient Partners, explains why he disagrees with David Rosenberg that U.S. stocks have entered a corrective phase.

While low-cost producers will survive the recent fall in iron ore prices, high-cost miners in Australia are the most vulnerable, says Jonathan Barratt, Chief Investment Officer at Ayers Alliance Securities.

Jonathan Brodsky, Managing Director of Advisory Research, says ongoing reforms in Japan are positive for the stock market. He also outlines the shares he likes in South Korea.

While the U.S. rally remains intact, some volatility may return as investors focus on the FOMC meeting next week, says Dan Greenhaus, Chief Global Strategist at BTIG.

Yoshiaki Fujimori, President and CEO at LIXIL Group, discusses how new acquisitions were integrated into the firm and explains the challenges in meeting varying market demands beyond Japan.

Donna Kwok, Senior China Economist at UBS, says further monetary and credit easing may be in store after recent disappointing economic data in the mainland.

Luis Rincon, CEO of Wearables.com, explains why he thinks the Apple Watch could be the most successful smart watch to date and describes what that means for competitors like Pebbles.

Carson Block, founder of Muddy Waters, said Wednesday that Chinese firm 500.com had some "red flags," including an uncertain regulatory environment. Jason Moser, Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool, discusses.

Liu Mingkang, Distinguished Fellow at Fung Global Institute, says factors like capital adequacy have contributed to the resiliency of Chinese lenders.

Kaushik Basu, Senior VP & Chief Economist at World Bank, says it lowered its global growth forecast due to geopolitical tensions. He later explains why U.S. engagement in Iraq is necessary.

Jeffrey Joerres, Executive Chairman, Manpower Group, discusses the health of the U.S. labor sector and explains whether China's job market is seeing a problem of degree inflation.

Could the Iraq crisis fluster US stocks?     Wed, 10 Sep '14 | 10:20 PM ET

If the crisis in Iraq escalates and disrupts oil supplies, all bets could be off for Wall Street, says David Dietze, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Point View Wealth Management.

Mark Weinberger, Global Chairman of EY, explains why he's hopeful for a resolution in the audit dispute between the U.S. and China.

Nandu Nandkishore, Executive VP & Zone Director for Asia, Oceania & MidEast at Nestle, discusses the state of global food safety and outlines three solutions to combat recent food scares.

While President Obama's speech signaled limited U.S. leadership in combating ISIS, it struck the right balance for the U.S. audience, says Firas Maksad, Managing Director of Global Policy Advisors.

Mark Grant, Managing Director at Southwest Securities, describes why a Scottish independence means negative impact for the U.K. and outlines how investors can prepare against that.

After OPEC announced that it is cutting demand forecast for the next 2 years, supply may continue to outpace demand rendering oil prices under pressure, says Victor Shum, VP of IHS Energy Insight.

Easing inflation for the month of August shows that China is struggling to stage a convincing economic recovery, says Rob Subbaraman, Chief Economist of Nomura.

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