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Planetary Resources’ co-chairman and co-founder, Eric Anderson explains how the company wants to expand Earth’s resource space and let humanity to become multi-planetary.
Georgia’s prime minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili discusses the Iran nuclear deal and how it was a “big success” for both Iran and other countries.
Georgia’s prime minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili says a liberal and open economy is an important driver for growth, while discussing the country’s relationship with Europe.
The “fourth industrial revolution” will have the biggest impact on the labor market, says Philip Jennings, UNI Global Union’s general secretary.
Recovering from the financial crisis Who recovered best from the financial crisis: Europe or the United States? Key business and financial leaders debate.
UAE’s energy minister, Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei says there’s an oversupply in the oil market, adding that the current price in the commodity is unsustainable.
CNBC talks to (RED)'s CEO, Deborah Dugan.
(RED)’s CEO, Deborah Dugan explains how HIV can be eradicated by 2030 with the right strategy, while discussing the charity’s current projects.
The "Squawk Box" crew share a recap of their week at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland where they spoke to an number of legendary investors and top CEOs.
Italy’s minister of economy and finance, Pier Carlo Padoan, explains why Europe could still be looking for an efficient transmission system of macro and monetary policies.
The company says governments and businesses are worrying more about the threat of data breaches.
At CNBC’s “Rebuilding Europe’s Financial Confidence” debate, key financial and business leaders discuss their one hope or goal for 2016.
Member of the Executive Board at the European Central Bank, Benoît Coeuré, discusses the possibility of a “Brexit” from the European Union.
Are banks facing their ‘uber’ moment? Axel A. Weber, UBS Group chairman and BBVA’s chairman and CEO, Francisco González, weigh in.
Who won the CNBC hosted debate on “Rebuilding Europe’s Financial Confidence”?
Benoît Coeuré, member of the executive board of the European Central Bank, says markets have their own business interests and the ECB's needs clarity on structural and regulatory framework.
What one suggestion would you make to restore the confidence of Europe’s banking system? Key business and financial leaders tell CNBC their thoughts.
Axel A. Weber, chairman of UBS, says monetary policy has run its course and central banks are tempting fate by making interest rates more negative.
Pier Carlo Padoan, minister of economy and finance for Italy, says reforms in his country are beginning to bear fruit and improve the jobs market and will soon announce new reforms to the banking system.
Francisco González, chairman and CEO of BBVA, says the Spanish banking system is working better as a result of some banks being scrapped, but low inflation and low interest rates are a problem for Europe.