Engaging with local Muslim communities and stepping up information sharing are key, notes Thomas Sanderson of CSIS.
Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, weighs in on the direction of oil prices ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
The markets will have to reprice expectations of Trump's economic reforms, says Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities.
Millennials are also more likely to justify offering cash to win business. Chris Fordham, EY Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, explains EY's survey findings.
Chwee Kan Chua, IDC, says the limit for what machine learning and deep learning can achieve is an exponential curve.
Parwati Surjaudaja, Bank OCBC NISP, says the bank's decision was driven by more than just the Indonesian government's tax amnesty program.
With the U.S. economy close to full capacity, it would require supply side reform to attain targeted growth, says Jim McCaughan, Principal Global Investors.
Officials must now rely on forensic investigations to figure out the type of explosive device used, said Stratfor's Fred Burton.
Ford needs to communicate its strategies better so that people are aware of what the company is doing, says Karl Brauer of Kelley Blue Book.
Karine Hirn of East Capital says there are very interesting investment cases in other countries and Brazil will not sour the appetite for risky assets.
Paul McNamara, investment director at GAM, says it's difficult to get optimistic about China, given the high level of private sector debt.
Daniel Drezner of Tufts University says Trump gave a speech on Islam that wasn't poorly received and signed a significant arms deal with the Saudis.
Michael Kelly of Pinebridge Investments says Trump is experiencing checks and balances and it is a positive for most securities.
Todd McClay, New Zealand Trade Minister, talks about the value of TPP without participation by the U.S..
John Gutteridge, Asia Pacific CEO of J. Walter Thompson, weighs in on the growth in digital advertising.
Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now, on whether the combination of RCEP and the new TPP without the U.S. can be as good as the original TPP.
Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity International, explains why investors are moving out of the U.S. equity markets.
Hiroshige Seko, minister of economy, trade and industry of Japan, says the U.S. might have accounted for a large part of the deal but TPP still has its value.
Tuan Huynh, Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, weighs in on the state of the South Korean and U.S. equity markets.
From the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) 11 to the U.S. stance on free trade, Sri Jegarajah reports on the developments out of the APEC trade meeting.