Southeast Asian nations face a historic opportunity to surpass their developed peers in technological innovation.
This weekend, hordes of foreign diplomats and business leaders are expected to descend on Beijing for a meeting on the "One Belt, One Road" policy.
"The main challenge is… to get people who can cope with digital," said Philippe Cochet, GE's chief productivity officer.
ABB's move to acquire Austrian automation group B&R will strengthen its number two position and bring it closer in line with Siemens, ABB CEO told CNBC.
Overseas companies that invest in the UK issued a flurry of warnings about the threat Brexit poses to their businesses, the FT reports.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was informed of a winter storm by U.S. President Donald Trump.
"We're making a lot of money in Europe," says the CEO of a major investment banking advisory firm.
ABB reported an end to its almost two-year decline in order intake by posting a small increase in new business.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday as investors focused on corporate earnings.
The chief executive of Germany's Siemens is worried about developments in the United States since Donald Trump took office as president, he said on Wednesday.
If voters and Congress perceive Trump's proposals are designed for personal enrichment, he risks undermining whatever progress he hopes to make.
Siemens said on it would pay $37.25 per share for U.S.-based Mentor Graphics, a 21 percent premium to Friday's closing price.
European markets closed slightly higher on Monday, after the bond market was hit by fresh losses and traders continued to digest the results of the U.S. presidential elections.
Siemens said it would pay $37.25 per share for Mentor - which makes software for designing semiconductors.
European bourses closed under pressure on Thursday afternoon after rebounding in morning trade following Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. election.
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser looks back on how the engineering firm performed in 2016.
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser talks about the possible policies Donald Trump could impose during his presidency, including his views on renewables and health care.
Following the news that the U.S. voted in Donald Trump, Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser talks about geopolitical uncertainty and the opportunities.
Joe Kaeser, chief executive officer of Siemens, tells CNBC that "clean energy is just what people want."
China is designing its next generation of trains that can carry passengers at a top speed of 500km/h, the SCMP reports.