Steve Forbes, chairman & editor-in-chief, Forbes Media, said he is eager for a cut in U.S. tax rates and says the right levels could spur economic growth.
Despite China's bad debt, the country's credit market has grown to $30 to 40 trillion, giving investors opportunities, says Jay Wintrob of Oaktree Capital.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday on the softer lead from Wall Street after North Korea accused President Donald Trump of declaring war.
Peg Mackey, chief OPEC oil analyst at the International Energy Agency, says there has been a decline in oil inventories, but it's improbable that balances can be trimmed to the five-year average before OEPEC cuts expire.
U.S. shale drillers are a key variable for the global oil price outlook, says Martin Fraenkel, president, S&P Global Platts.
Tax reform is an issue that both Republicans and Democrats have some common ground on, although it might not be passed by year-end, says Tom White of TD Ameritrade.
Brent crude oil hit a new 2017 high, continuing a rally fueled by improving demand and expectations that producers will extend output cuts.
Ireland will use its post-Brexit position as Europe's only English-speaking country to secure big gains, said the country's deputy PM.
Tokens from the ICO will be listed on digital exchanges beyond Macau and can also be cashed out, explains Chakrit Ahmad, CEO of Wi Holding Group.
Jean-Pascal Tricoire, chairman & CEO, Schneider Electric, moved his office to Hong Long to be at the center of the region's rapid growth into the digital world in which electric equipment will play a crucial role.
The future of New Zealand's next government lies in the hands of an opposition leader who has been likened to President Donald Trump.
Schneider's CEO and Chairman Jean-Pascal Tricoire said the recent Aveva Group acquisition will play to both companies' strengths.
Golfer Adam Rolston had an idea for an adventure and turned it into the longest golfing hole ever.
Vivien Ann Schmidt, professor, Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, says a new Angela Merkel-led government in Germany will have to formulate policies on Greece that may, or may not, differ from the current government with SPD support.
Robert Ayson, professor at Victoria University of Wellington, weighs in on the New Zealand First party's role after the National and Labour parties failed to secure a majority.
New Zealand First's Winston Peters has no good reason to side with Labour when voters have "clearly shown" they don't want change, says Former New Zealand PM John Key.
Frances Fitzgerald, deputy prime minister of the Republic of Ireland, talks about how several Asia Pacific companies are interested in developing European bases in Dublin.
Frances Fitzgerald, deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Republic of Ireland, says the country is wide open for business despite some concerns over how Brexit negotiations may affect some border transactions.
Jean-Pascal Tricoire, chairman & CEO, Schneider Electric, says its Aveva unit in the UK is a global firm that fits well with operations and the ongoing Brexit talks are not expected to change that status.
Francisco Blanch, head of Commodities and Derivatives Research, BAML says OPEC is targeting backwardation.