Justin Ellen decided to not pursue college and focus on his baking business full-time. CNBC Make It finds out why that has paid off for the 19-year-old.
CNBC's JP Ong discusses the Singapore-based tech giant's first quarter earnings for 2022.
Daniel Ives of Wedbush Securities it's "really been a circus show."
Muhamad Chatib Basri, former minister of finance of Indonesia, says the ban is probably a "very short-term policy" to stabilize domestic cooking oil prices.
William Chin of SGX Group talks about fundamentals of the commodity market and introduces how SGX is broadening its products, including contracts on EV battery materials
Graham Tuckwell of ETF Securities says they're very much like the gold product that it launched almost 20 years ago.
CNBC's Will Koulouris and Mandy Drury discuss the country's hot-button issues ahead of the upcoming election.
Teresa Kong of Matthews Asia says it's possible regulators are now realizing they need to "pull back somewhat" given the overall weakness in China's economy.
Kelvin Tay of UBS Global Wealth Management says the U.S. market has been "distorted" by quantitative easing.
Balder Tol of the office-leasing company says organizations that offer their staff a choice on "where and when" to work see higher employee engagement.
James Lee of Mizuho Securities discusses the company's slowest quarterly revenue growth on record.
Richard McGregor of the Lowy Institute discusses the upcoming Australian election and what it might mean for the country's ties with China.
Clement Maclou of ODDO BHF weighs in on the secondary effects of the ban.
Hong Fang of Okcoin discusses the "shocks in the system" that the industry is facing.
Frederic Neumann of the bank discusses the surge in food prices and says any restrictions on trade may have "cascading effects."
Louis Christopher of SQM Research says policies that stimulate housing demand are counterproductive to improving affordability.
Ian Roper of Astris Advisory Japan KK says that trajectory will continue until there is clarity on China's "pathway" out of Covid lockdowns.
Sanjeev Asthana of Ruchi Soya Industries says the precise effects of the heat wave on wheat yield will be known only a "couple of months down the line."
Willie Walsh of the International Air Transport Association explains what's behind the uptick in "premium leisure."
Jeffrey Kleintop of Charles Schwab says he's been watching the U.S. Treasury yield curve and the difference between inflation and the unemployment rate to determine if a recession is on the horiz...
Finland and Sweden are set to apply for membership in NATO. That's good news for the military alliance and for "all of Europe," says retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, the former commander of the U.S. ...
Kao Kim Hourn, minister attached to the Cambodian prime minister, discusses areas of cooperation between Southeast Asian countries and the United States.
Michal Baranowski of the German Marshall Fund of the United States says "Russia respects and responds most of all to a show of confidence and a show of force."
Atul Goyal of the investment bank explains why it's bullish even though there's "not a whole lot of upside" at the moment.
Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University says he's lived through decades of reckless U.S. foreign policy and "bravado," and the country is "at it again."
Alex Wolf of J.P. Morgan Private Bank says there's "really nowhere to hide."
Michael Gronager of the blockchain data firm says they're "becoming one system."
These balloons will travel 30 to 40 kilometers high and the journeys are said to be so smooth that passengers can eat, drink and walk around during the flight. CNBC's Monica Pitrelli reports.
Bilahari Kausikan, former permanent secretary of Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, says Southeast Asia has been living amid great power rivalry for centuries, and U.S.-China tensions are "...
Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights says renewables aren't a "silver bullet."