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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.

The top grey swan events this year

Mark Wills, MD of State Street Global Adivsors, says the risk of China losing grip of growth is more on the backburner.

Pernod Ricard CFO Gilles Bogaert weighs in on whether the drinks maker is concerned about a potential import tariff.

Jean Medecin, member of investment committee at Carmignac, explains why it’s still a “treacherous world” to invest in.

How closely have you been watching CNBC this week? Take this week's quiz and test your knowledge.

Social robotics and the aging population

Steve Leonard of SGInnovate says robotics and AI can support independent living among the elderly.

Washington doesn't understand exchange rates: Academic

Steve Hanke, professor at The Johns Hopkins University, says the U.S. trade deficit has nothing much to do with exchange rates.

'Think less about political things': Investor

Trump's tax plans are good for businesses but implementation is a different issue, says Nathan Bell of Peters MacGregor Capital Management.

Jose Cuervo IPO: 'People drink in recessions'

Brian Hamilton, chairman at Sageworks, weighs in on how U.S.-Mexico relations could affect tequila maker Jose Cuervo.

The RBI's surprising move

Rana Gupta of Manulife Asset Management says that he expects rates to remain lower for longer in India.

Where will Saudi Aramco list?

Azlin Ahmad, crude oil editor at Argus Media, says Asian markets are important for oil, but New York could offer greater liquidity.

Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer breaks down the key details from the company’s latest earnings report, with comment on merger and acquisitions, and its share buyback.

Following its earnings, Osram CFO, Ingo Bank talks about what type of demand the company is seeing from the autos industry.

Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald talks about crop prices and how a changing inflationary environment may or may not impact the company.

Smurfit Kappa CEO Tony Smurfit outlines the key takeaways from the company’s latest earnings report.

BNP Paribas CFO Lars Machenil outlines key details from the bank’s latest earnings, saying he would “remain careful” when it comes to guidance for France.

BNP Paribas CFO Lars Machenil discusses whether the bank’s outlook had been impacted by the recent "reflation" trade seen in markets.

U.K. Community Secretary Sajid Javid is set to unveil proposals to encourage councils and developers to build more homes. CNBC’s Gemma Acton has the details.

Playing the luxury comeback in China

Price adjustments have helped to give consumer spending a boost in China, says Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities.

Not the Trump rally but the 'rumor rally': Investor

Daniel Wiener, CEO at Adviser Investments, says investors have been trading on rumors of President Trump's policies and not actual news.

The Nasdaq isn't just about tech

Bob McCooey, SVP at Nasdaq's Listing Services unit, says that Nasdaq is interested in game-changing companies across sectors.

Barney Frank: Dodd-Frank needed to curb irresponsibility

Barney Frank, former U.S. representative for Massachusetts, says Dodd-Frank wasn't just enacted by politicians who wanted to make things more difficult for the banks.

'One Belt, One Road' makes slow progress

Dane Chamorro of Control Risks says China's initiative to develop transport infrastructure connecting it to its neighbors can at times be challenging.