Jason Yap, CEO of Travelzoo Asia Pacific says that beach holidays are getting popular with the mainland Chinese.
Erik Wytenus, Head of Foreign Exchange and Commodities at J.P. Morgan Private Bank explains how he thinks Shinzo Abe is going to break Japan's deflationary circumstance.
Jim Antos, Bank Analyst at Mizuho Securities Asia discussed the Libor scandal and says that management should also take blame for the rate fixing scandal.
Oliver Rust, Managing Director, Hong Kong at Nielsen says that at least 50% of the Chinese population spend half their income on food, making rising food prices a key concern for consumers.
Michelle Krebs, Senior Analyst at Edmunds.com explains why she is optimistic on Toyota, especially in North America.
Charles Sizemore, Chief Investment Officer, Sizemore Capital Management says that Dell's privatization is not a bad idea. He further discusses what this move is going to mean for rivals in the industry.
Videos are the way forward as China's younger generation "gives up" on TV, the CEO of Sohu.com, which runs one of the country's most popular online video site, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Don Luskin, Chief Investment Officer at Trend Macro says that the DOJ needs media help to get a jury to convict S&P.
Jennifer Ma, Director at admanGO discusses the trends in Asia's advertising industry.
Emerson Yip, Greater China Investment Manager at JP Morgan Asset Management says that there will be differentiated performances in the markets as companies start reporting full year results for 2012.
Heather Hurlburt, Executive Director, National Security Network talks about the Obama administration's foreign policy shift as Hagel's Defense Secretary confirmation faces even more hurdles.
Patrick Chovanec, Associate Professor, Tsinghua University says that allegations that Chinese hackers attacked the New York Times was no big surprise. He also says that China's new leaders are still obsessed about controlling the narrative on China.
Extensive monetary easing has dangerous side effects and markets are sure to punish central banks for their mistakes, veteran investor and the author of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, Marc Faber, told CNBC on Thursday.
“Dr. Doom” tells CNBC Asia’s Bernie Lo there are a lot of potential geopolitical trouble spots around the world, and he’s surprised there isn’t more demand for gold. He’s bullish on the precious metals, with one important long-term warning. (1:51)
Marc Faber, Editor & Publisher, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report explains why he does not think that China is out of the woods.
Neal Dihora, Equity Analyst, Morningstar does not think that Boeing's 787 grounding will have a grave impact on the company's financials. He explains why.
Marc Faber, Editor & Publisher, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report says that markets will punish central banks at some stage through an "accident". He explains why. (5:47)
In a live interview on CNBC Asia, Dr. Doom is on the same page as Warren Buffett’s famous quote: “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.” (0:45)
Richard Iley, Chief Economist, Asia, BNP Paribas says the debt situation in China is "pretty bad." He explains why.
Peter Morici, Professor, Smith School of Business, University Of Maryland discusses the United States' road to immigration reform.