Peter Churchouse, Author of The Churchouse Letter, says the verdict on property tycoon Thomas Kwok and the government's former deputy leader Rafael Hui sent a clear message on HK's rule of law.» Read More
Benjamin Friedman, Research Fellow at Cato Institute, discusses claims from Iran's supreme leader that the U.S. is trying to retake control of Iraq by exploiting sectarian rivalries.
While bitcoin is recognized by China's central bank, the use of the digital currency has been suppressed by authorities, says Bobby Lee, CEO of BTC China.
Investors may continue booking profits on emerging markets amid tensions in Iraq and fears of a potential hike in U.S. rates, says Patrick Legland, Global Research & Strategy, Societe Generale.
Some 1,600 paper pandas are on display in Hong Kong in an effort to raise awareness for the endangered animal. CNBC's Samantha Loring reports.
Benny Tai, Co-founder of "Occupy Central", hopes for China to honor its promise of universal suffrage for Hong Kong in 2017.
Jackson Wong, Vice President, Tanrich Securities, says timing and recent upbeat sentiment in the market are buoying Tianhe Chemicals' debut in Hong Kong.
Asok Kumar Hiranandani, Chairman of Royal Group Holdings, says the carving up of its family business in 2011 was necessary for its succession and future expansion plans.
Michael Thomas, Director, North Asia, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, discusses the issue of money laundering in China and whether that has been a source of funding for terrorist groups.
Sammy Simnegar, Portfolio Manager at Fidelity Investments, explains why India and Indonesia are better positioned than their oil-importing peers to weather the rise in prices.
Speaking to CNBC ahead of a meeting of European finance ministers, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF, discusses what she hopes to see from the European Central Bank.
Tom Henriksen, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute, explains why the U.S. dispatch of military advisers to Iraq won't lead to any more intervention
John Slosar, Chairman of Swire, says the "Occupy Central" movement may not be in Hong Kong's interest if it threatens the city's business climate.
John Slosar, Chairman of Swire and Cathay Pacific, outlines the airline's strategy to hedge against volatility in oil prices.
David Webb, Editor, Webb-site.com, discusses the issue of how Citibank may be using Taiwan Depositary Receipts (TDRs) to tilt the outcome of shareholder meetings in Hong Kong.
The overnight gains on Wall Street after the latest FOMC meeting is a "bullish sign" of underlying investor confidence, says Mikio Kumada, Executive Director & Global Strategist at LGT Capital Partners.
For the first time this year, Asia may have more millionaires than North America. Claire Sauvanaud, Vice President, Capgemini Financial Services, discusses the firm's latest world wealth report.
Owen Hegarty, Vice Chairman, G-Resources Group, discusses the probe into China's Qingdao port for the improper use of metals as collateral.
Michael Dommermuth, President, International Asset Management, Manulife Asset Management, explains why married couples in Asia are underestimating the costs of retirement.
Faysal Itani, Resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council, explains why the U.S. is in a tight spot this time when it comes to quelling instability in Iraq.
James McQuivey, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester, says the Fire Phone will allow its users to be within "a finger's reach" from Amazon's online store.
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