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With various companies like Apple designing their products, smart home technology will mature in the coming years, says Tomson Li, chairman & CEO of TCL Corporation.
Muthukrishnan Ramaswami, president of the Singapore Exchange, explains why the stock operator is keen to launch a cross-border trading platform with Taiwan.
Amid the rally sparked partly by the launch of Chinese stimulus, some markets in Asia are on their way into bubble territory, says Khiem Do, head of Asian Multi-Asset at Baring Asset Management.
Kevin Kearns, president of the U.S. Business & Industry Council (USBIC), explains why he is against the multinational trade agreement Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Aaron Allen, restaurant consultant at Aaron Allen and Associates, says McDonald's first-quarter earnings show the Golden Arches lagging behind on every key performance metric.
Kenny Polcari, director of O'Neil Securities, says the impact of a soaring greenback hasn't been that negative and the gains on Wall Street indicate that investors are not disappointed with earnings.
With locally-grown produce accounting for less than 10 percent of Singapore's vegetable needs, the Southeast Asian country is leveraging on technology to change that. CNBC's Bernie Lo reports.
CNBC speaks to a panel of guests to discuss their expectations for the electoral blueprint of Hong Kong's next leadership election, which is due Wednesday.
Shen Guojun, chairman of Yintai Holdings, outlines the concerns over China's retail sector, such as slower high-end consumption and a rising number of Chinese preferring to make purchases overseas.
Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia, explains what's underpinning the buoyant sentiment in Japan after the Nikkei 225 breached the 20,000-point mark on Wednesday.
Rudy Mazzocchi, managing director of Pulse Evolution, explains the company's decision to create a Michael Jackson hologram performance at last year's Billboard Music Awards.
Adaire Fox-Martin, president of Asia Pacific Japan region at SAP, says the launch of SAP HANA catapulted growth for the German business software developer in Asia.
Comparing China's economy to a human body, Liu Yonghao, chairman of New Hope Group, says rapid growth is expected when young, but even if a person stops growing at middle age, it doesn't mean he is unhealthy.
Louis Hsieh, president of New Oriental, discusses the 13 percent year-on-year rise in revenue for the company's third fiscal quarter of 2015.
If reports about the Bank of Japan planning to lower its inflation outlook are true, the yen could fall to 130-140 in the future, says Peter Boardman, managing director of Tradewinds.
Larry Haverty, portfolio manager of Gabelli Funds, says Yahoo's president and CEO Marissa Mayer articulated "a way to get out of the box" for the first time.
RJ Hottovy, global director of Consumer Equity Research at Morningstar, explains why Yum's first-quarter earnings may have alleviated concerns over last year's food scandal.
Bill Smith, president of SAM Advisors, says contradicting voices within the Fed on when to raise interest rates show a sense of "inaptitude."
Asian stocks jumped on Tuesday, joining the global rally induced by China's move over the weekend to stimulate its cooling economy.
Giles Keating, head of Research and Deputy CIO of Credit Suisse Private Banking & Wealth Management, outlines crucial megatrends such as an aging population in the developed world.
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