China-based co-working firm UrWork has joined hands with Australian consultancy firm Collective Campus to launch its first overseas branch in Singapore.
Michael Golway, president and CEO at Advanced Solutions explains how his team of engineers are working toward the goal of 3D printing human organs.
Mao Daqing, founder and CEO of UrWork, says Singapore provides a link between China and the West.
Eoin Murray from Hermes Investment Management says it took Greenland three years to get out of a seven-year fishery treaty.
The CCAR stress test has a qualitative component that makes it harder to predict which banks will pass, says John Maxfield from the Motley Fool.
John Petrides from Point View Wealth Management says valuations are attractive and the long-term fundamentals of an aging population still in play.
Global markets started 2017 fearing U.S. and Europe, but neither of those has turned out to be damaging thus far, Citi Private Bank said.
Steven Wieting, Citi Private Bank, weighs in on the Federal Reserve's policy decisions and its plans to trim the balance sheet.
OPEC could deepen production cuts with Brent below $45 a barrel, although it could play the waiting game, says Vandana Hari, Vanda Insights.
Leaving the EU in 2019 without a transition period could have chaotic consequences for the U.K., says Sarah Hewin, Standard Chartered Bank.
Wu Gansha, co-founder and CEO at UISEE, tells CNBC about why it's better for the self-driving technology start-up to be based in China instead of Silicon Valley.
Oil prices are expected to remain pressured, but a repeat of the 2016 contagion in the broader markets is unlikely, Eric Wiegand, U.S. Bank Private WM.
Steven Wieting, Citi Private Bank, says the markets' hopes and fears for the year haven't really materialized just as global growth broadens out.
MSCI inclusion of mainland Chinese stocks will result in a paradigm shift in Chinese markets, says Qi Wang, MegaTrust Investment.
By holding their Gateway event in Detroit, Alibaba is helping international merchants reach Chinese consumers, says analyst Henry Guo from M Science.
The company invested in updated aircrafts, sorting hubs and other areas to cope with increasing volume, says Donald Broughton from Broughton Capital.
Bill Smith from Blaine Capital says moves in crude oil prices are not surprising as contracts are manipulated by hedge funds and financial players.
Peter Harbison, CAPA, says he doesn't buy that the new Boeing 737 Max 10 is better than the Airbus A321neo as the models are going neck-and-neck.
While the economy isn't particularly robust, companies can still make "decent" earnings, says Andrew Milligan, Standard Life Investments.
It's unlikely that there will be a rival challenging Amazon in its attempt to buy Whole Foods, says Charles Sizemore, Sizemore Capital Management.