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Unilever, Kraft-Heinz deal buzz not over yet

Tressis Gestion CIO Daniel Lacalle responds to news that Kraft Heinz has dropped its bid to buy Unilever.

'Happy days' for China markets: Expert

Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says financials have been underpinning the markets in Hong Kong.

Trump's war on the press

Tom Switzer, senior fellow at the U.S. Studies Centre, University of Sydney, talks about how the role of the media in keeping government accountable.

Brand Korea facing damage: Expert

Tony Michell, MD at Korea Associates Business Consultancy, weighs in on the arrest of Samsung's Jay Y. Lee and its impact on the Korean markets.

Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer talks about how the financial services firm will work under a Donald Trump presidency, with added comment on Pimco.

Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer talks about Generali, deal activity and whether it’s an opportunistic time to be making purchases in the financial services sector.

CNBC’s Matt Taylor talks to Steven Joyce, finance minister of New Zealand, about protectionism and Australia and New Zealand’s relationship with the new U.S. administration.

Apple is the world's most admired company for 10th straight year

Scott DeCarlo at Fortune Magazine talks about the Fortune's list of the world's most admired companies in 2017.

How investors are reacting to Samsung

Daniel Yoo of Kiwoom Securities says investors are more focused on what the next growth area rather than the ties between chaebols and politics.

Wooing Chinese consumers with Michelin stars

Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, talks about the tastes of Chinese consumers and how Macau needs to stay ahead of the game.

Trump is good for Asia: Marc Faber

Marc Faber, editor of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, talks about how Asia is becoming more "China-centric."

One state, two state, six state solution?

Robert Satloff of the The Washington Institute for Near East Policy weighs in on President Trump's statement on the "two state solution."

Apple vs Samsung: Which should you buy?

Evan Niu at the Motley Fool explains why he favors Apple stocks on the back of Samsung's Note 7 woes.

Wesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder discusses his company's latest earnings results and the Australian retail environment.

Confident for 2017: DSM CEO

Feike Sijbesma, CEO of DSM, discusses his company's fourth-quarter earnings, and remains positive for 2017, despite "uncertain macroeconomic circumstances."

ABN AMRO CEO Kees van Dijkhuizen discusses his company's latest earnings results.


Jan Halper-Hayes, Republican commentator and former worldwide VP for Republicans Overseas, discusses the latest news out of the Trump administration.

Xiaomi's Note 4X is more of a 'sidegrade'

Bob O'Donnell, chief analyst at Technalysis Research, reviews the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X and talks about the competitive Chinese smartphone space.

Toshiba in 'financial dire straits': Analyst

Mark Newman, MD at Bernstein, says Toshiba's situation is extremely unstable.

This trader is short Apple

Tom White of TradeWise Advisors says as he's nervous about when a pullback could happen in the markets.

Softbank is reinventing the wheel: Expert

Jesper Koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan KK, says Softbank is leapfrogging into the asset management space.

The top Valentine's Day stock picks

Hilary Kramer, CIO at A&G Capital Research, explains why she favors Tiffany & Co. and Bloomin Brands stocks this Valentine's Day.

How Tantan is tackling China's lack of 'flirting culture'

Yu Wang, CEO and co-founder of Tantan, talks about navigating the online dating business in China.

The new NASA

Dava Newman, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks about the public-private partnership in space exploration.

Oroville dam in trouble

Roughly 188,000 people have been evacuated in northern California because of an emergency at the Oroville dam.

M&A activity to remain robust: JP Morgan

Brian Gu of JP Morgan talks about his expectations for M&As in 2017 and whether capital controls will impact Chinese buyers.

Trump's first big test

Robert Kelly, associate professor at Pusan National University, weighs in on President Trump's response to North Korea's latest missile test.