Stacey Yuen works for CNBC.com out of the Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore.
U.S. bank CEOs are likely "very afraid" of bitcoin although it remains a viable hedge, says a wealth advisor.
London tech firm TransferWise's "borderless" accounts allow businesses to hold money in many currencies, which could mean big savings.
The Philippines appears committed to expanding infrastructure, which could bring about huge opportunities for businesses, said Ayala's CEO.
Sheila Patel of International Goldman Sachs Asset Management said it's not possible to apply a general formula when controlling for risks.
If investors want to profit from Asia's credit market, they must be prepared to vary strategies, said Ilfryn Carstairs of Varde Partners.
Asian credit is the next must-have asset despite China's current lending crackdown, says Robert Petty of Clearwater Capital Partners.
At current production levels, the UN estimates the average North Korean consumes only about 1,640 calories each day.
Secret negotiations mediated by a neutral third party are key to resolving the North Korean crisis, says a former NATO supreme commander.
Fallen Chinese tech unicorn Xiaomi is seeing a turnaround in its fortunes following a surge in mobile phone shipments, the FT reports.
North Korea could ramp up its weapons testing, including a missile launch on Saturday, even as the U.N. threatens tougher sanctions.