Asia markets lost momentum on Wednesday, while Nintendo shares tumbled after reports said the Japan launch of the highly popular "Pokemon Go" app was postponed.
Unilever is buying Dollar Shave Club, the male grooming brand that co-founder Michael Dubin started from his apartment in 2012.
Ayannah CEO Mikko Perez explains why there are still so many people in emerging Asia who are unbanked or excluded from financial services.
Carbon Black's Ben Johnson says there is a need to take collective defensive cybersecurity, such as sharing information to prevent future attacks.
E-commerce is one way to expose consumers in the Southeast Asian region to modern retail, says Orami Group CFO Eka Himawan.
Syntonic CEO Gary Greenbaum explains how the firm provides a channel for app developers to sponsor data for users and potentially grow their user base.
Leyland Private AM's Alex Leyland says BHP Billiton's stock is down nearly 3 percent mostly because of the weakness in the broader sector.
Skin Inc CEO Sabrina Tan says the Galboss Asia Symposium addresses the need for a platform in Asia to empower and elevate women leadership.
The Samarco dam disaster forced BHP Billiton to miss its iron ore guidance for 2016, but the mining giant upped production in Australia in order to narrow the miss.
CNBC gets the reactions of people in Asia Pacific about Donald Trump possibly becoming president and how it affects their perception of the U.S.