Hugh Thompson, CTO, Symantec, said when looking at Bitcoin, it's the distributed ledger that has his attention.
FedEx will benefit from the e-commerce boom for years to come, says D.R. Barton, chief technical analyst, MoneyMorning.com.
Sellers have been noticeably absent in the market this year and the trend remains bullish, says Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst. Phoenix Financial Services.
Getting researchers to take a break from the lab and try something new is a key goal, says Steve Leonard, founding CEO, SGInnovate.
The Equifax breach shows that dispersing data may present a higher hurdle for hackers, says Pavel Bains, CEO and co-founder, Bluzelle.
Stocks are expected to continue gains based on a model that tracks Treasurys and utilities, says Edward Dempsey, portfolio manager, Inflation Rotation Mutual Fund.
Takumi Shibata, president and CEO, Nikko Asset Management, says the firm wants to help in finding "small pockets" of investment opportunities and spread risk.
Continued market highs are a source of concern as Fed policies remain uncertain, says Axel Merk, president and chief investment officer, Merk Investments.
Scott Morrison, treasurer of Australia, says central banks around the world have 'done their bit' and that further economic reforms are the next leg in economic expansion.
With large U.S. companies aligned with the climate change agenda, Peter Voser, chairman of ABB Group, says he's hopeful the U.S. could eventually return to being a part of the Paris Agreement.
Consistent GDP growth in Japan shows Abenomics is lifting the economy, says Nobuyuki Hirano, group CEO of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
John Cryan, CEO of Deutsche Bank, says jobs in finance which require people to act like robots are most easily replaced, but there's an opportunity to "upskill" such positions.
North Asia's extensive oil and gas infrastructure and related seaborne trade could be hit hard by any conflict on the Korean Peninsula, says Sushant Gupta, research director for Asia Refining, Wood Mackenzie.
The best strategy now for the U.S. to deal with North Korea is effective deterrence, says Daniel Davis, senior fellow and military expert, Defense Priorities.
From a macroeconomic view, the stock market has room to run higher in the next few months, says John Petrides, managing director and portfolio managers, Point View Wealth Management.
Getting China to put more pressure on North Korea is key for resolving tensions on the Korean Peninsula, says Richard Jerram, chief economist, Bank of Singapore.
Go-Jek's president said the start-up is planning to aggressively expand its payments service.
Andre Soelistyo, president, Go-Jek, says consumer finance in Indonesia is ripe for a payment solution like Alipay in China.
Qatar has the resources to adapt to a diplomatic spat that snapped ties with key Gulf countries led by Saudi Arabia and may find new opportunities, says Ali Ahmed Al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar National Bank.
Murray Rode, CEO, TIBCO, says that stores are adapting to the digital retail world and that even Amazon has seen the need for stores.