The U.S. could target specific industries in China as violating trade rules, which would lead to trade tensions, says Diane Swonk of DS Economics.
Greg Henderson, CEO of ARX PAX, talks about how the company uses technology to reduce the risks buildings face from natural disasters.
Baidu's Q4 results show that revenues per online marketing customer have accelerated, says Neil Campling of Northern Trust Capital Markets.
Jalinski Advisory Group's Josh Jalinski says the Federal Reserve is a "political organization." Diane Swonk of DS Economics disagrees.
Josh Jalinski of Jalinski Advisory Group weighs in Fed policy and moves in the U.S. markets.
Diane Swonk of DS Economics talks about the run up in markets against the potential downsides on tax reform and immigration policies being passed.
Australian flag carrier Qantas Airways on Thursday announced better-than-expected 1H results, sending share prices rallying to a 10-month high.
Yasuhiro Kuda, CEO of Liquid Inc, talks about why the company decided to launch a joint venture with the Salim Group to enter the Indonesian market.
Patrick Walsh, VP of FireEye, talks about APT28, a cyber operations team sponsored by the Russian government, and the reality of information warfare.
David Kretzmann, analyst at The Motley Fool, weighs in on Tesla's Q4 results.
George Boubouras, CIO of Contango Asset Management, says the Australian airlines put forward a good set of results.
Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, talks about the company's plans to enter the casino market in Japan.
William Smith of Blaine Capital says the markets won't be overvalued "at all" if deregulation measures and tax cuts can be implemented.
It is critical for Hong Kong to strengthen its economy and competitiveness as an key business center, a tax expert said ahead of the city's annual budget.
Charles Kinsley of KPMG China says not to expect radical changes to the Hong Kong budget this year.
D.R. Barton of MoneyMorning.com says the mood in the retail space has been down but Wal-Mart has navigated the e-commerce boom relatively well.
South Koreans are calling for greater accountability among the country's largest family-owned conglomerates. CNBC's Chery Kang takes a closer look.
Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities weighs in on the mining company's results and says its "subdued" outlook.
John Carey of Pioneer Investments says people might not be saying they feel positive but their behavior proves otherwise.
Singapore, whose progress has been tied to investments by multinational firms, presented a budget that has few incentives to draw more of such investors.