Lee Yen Nee is a correspondent for CNBC digital based in Singapore, covering a range of business topics from around the region, including banks and macroeconomics. She is no stranger to the business reporting scene, having worked previously at Thomson Reuters and Singapore's daily newspaper TODAY.
The world's largest offshore rig builder Keppel Corp expects an extended slowdown in the offshore sector though oil prices have recovered from historical lows.
Renewable energy and clean technologies can help the U.S. grow, create jobs and make money, said the pilot who flew a solar-powered plane around the world.
Asia will grow old at a faster pace in the coming decades, hampering growth in emerging markets such as China and Thailand before they can become rich.
Rising consumer spending in China has boosted retail sales, but it is the country's new infrastructure that is giving businesses the opportunity to expand.
Start-ups from China set their eyes on the global market in their early stage of operations even as their home country offers many growth opportunities.
Australia adds 60,900 jobs in March, reversing the previous month's 6,400 fall and beating Reuters forecast of 20,000 additions.
More investors are considering environmental, social and governance factors in their financial analysis and decision making.
In an interview, President Donald Trump said repeal of Obamacare will be done before tax reforms.
Analysts say the attack on Syria raises concerns surrounding North Korea to a new level.
With KFC and Pizza Hut somewhat "tainted" by China's food safety scandal, Taco Bell is Yum China's biggest potential for growth in China, an analyst says.