Michel Landel, Global CEO of Sodexo, discusses its latest survey which showed how corporate initiatives that aim to improve the "quality of life" can help productivity.» Read More
Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Finance, India, says an "ambitious plan" is at work to bring the quality of India's infrastructure up to world-class levels.
Derek Halpenny, European head of Global Markets Research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, says June 5 could be D-Day for Greece if it fails to make a payment to the International Monetary Fund.
Richard Han, CEO of Hana Electronics, says last year's military coup resulted in much-needed stability that allowed businesses to return to normal in Thailand.
Martin Schulz, international equity investment director at PNC, says the upbeat growth report signals the "beginning of a better recovery in Japan" and the central bank will likely stand pat on policy in the near term.
David Garrity, principal at GVA Research, says Hewlett-Packard's second-quarter results had "lesser bad news" compared to the previous quarter, indicating improvements moving forward.
Bassem Khalil Al-Salem, chairman of Capital Bank, says the main issue for businesses in Iraq is the lack of liquidity, instead of the instability caused by ISIS militants.
Mark Schwartz, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs Group, likes the "confidence and inspiration" of China's leaders who are pushing through political and structural reforms.
CNBC's Bernie Lo and Emily Tan discuss table manners and social skills that may make or break business relationships.
Julia Wang, Greater China economist at HSBC, says the below-view HSBC flash purchasing managers' index (PMI) for May indicates that China's economy isn't "as strong as people thought."
Jessica Alba and Brian Lee, founders of The Honest Company, say the start-up aims to manufacture safer and healthier products that are affordable.
Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, director at Societe General Haitong, explains why he expects the world's number 1 PC company to outperform with its full-year financial results due Thursday.
Ric O'Barry, head of Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, discusses news that Japan's association of zoos and aquariums will stop buying dolphins caught in the waters of Taiji.
Kathy Lien, managing director at BK Asset Management, says the tone from the Bank of England's minutes isn't aligned with recent mixed data. She also explains why there's a buying opportunity in the pound against the Japanese yen.
Bonnae Gokson, founder of Sevva, Ms B's Cakery and C'est La B, outlines the future plans for her business and shares a piece of advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Simon Flint, CEO, Asia of Fitness First, introduces "Gravity" - an invite-only gym in Singapore which caters exclusively for the busy C-suite executive.
Sonny Wu, co-founder & managing director of GSR Ventures and chairman of GO Scale Capital, explains the firm's decision to invest in China-based startup Lattice Power.
Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter Investment Management, doesn't think the Fed could raise interest rates this year and expects markets to continue the rally.
While markets cheered Wednesday's first-quarter GDP print, it is important to note that Japan saw negative growth for the last four quarters on a year-on-year basis, says Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory.
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, discusses CNBC's interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan who said the country's economy is able to withstand regional instability.
King Abdullah II of Jordan discusses the resilience of his country's economy and outlines the opportunities in the region that will continue to attract investors.
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