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.
It's not just security lapses that need patching in the U.S. credit reporting system, experts told CNBC.
It's not the Vision Fund, but SoftBank Ventures Korea is another unit of the Japanese conglomerate looking to invest in start-ups.
Hanson Robotics' new project is SingularityNET, an open market in the cloud for artificial intelligence, Chief Scientist Ben Goertzel said.
It would be "wrong" to tweak portfolios in a knee-jerk reaction to North Korean missiles, said the co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley has done "a fantastic job" in restructuring the bank despite facing regulatory probe, chairman John McFarlane said.
Markets will take North Korean missile threats in stride despite short-term noise, Barclays Chairman John McFarlane said.
Countries that started a regional blockade against Qatar are actually dependent on trade with the gas-rich state, Qatar National Bank said.
Asia offers plenty of business opportunities even though North Korea is a big market risk, a Daiwa Securities Group senior executive said.
The greenback could rebound by 4 to 5 percent, but the administration won't help its longer-term strength, the famous investor says.
The clean energy sector will be a massive engine for job growth in the U.S. given the focus on green tech, Mike Milken said.