Dennis Nally, global chairman of PWC, says the rise of technology may result in job losses, but also brings new opportunities.
Dennis Nally, global chairman of PWC, says business leaders are pessimistic because of economic outlook and geopolitical risks.
From the World Economic Forum in Davos, CNBC asks global leaders and thinkers if Europe will be swaggering ahead in 2016. Here are their answers.
Oxfam released some staggering numbers on global inequality ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, but the Financial Times is questioning the findings.
With the recent concerns surrounding terrorism and security, IHG’s CEO, Richard Solomons discusses how this impacts the travel and hospitality industry.
A World Economic Forum report says artificial intelligence and robots will be a big part of the future workforce.
Baker & McKenzie's chairman, Eduardo Leite gives his outlook on currency fluctuations, where business opportunities lie and the IPO market in 2016.
RDIF’s CEO, Kirill Dmitriev says the company continues to invest actively despite the weaker oil price environment, and its impact on the Russian economy.
2,500 participants from over 100 countries will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos but it's the famous names that usually grab the spotlight, so who from the who's who is going this year?
Solar Impulse’s pilots and co-founders, André Borschberg & Bertrand Piccard explain why clean, renewable technology can be a “new market for the industry” by creating jobs and profit.
COP21 shows that everyone involved agrees that there is a serious issue when it comes to climate change, explains Solar Impulse’s pilots and co-founders, André Borschberg & Bertrand Piccard.
Adecco CEO, Alain Dehaze says Europe is still in a very difficult economic situation, when discussing the recent mass immigration and the high unemployment rates in the region.
IHS’ chief economist, Nariman Behravesh says the emerging world’s slowdown is worsening, while developed economies are still growing.
If, though unlikely, China lets its currency go, then there will be a currency war, which would upset the U.S. and hurt the dollar, says IHS’ chief economist, Nariman Behravesh.
IHS’ chief economist, Nariman Behravesh discusses the recovery in the euro zone, while giving his forecast on future European Central Bank strategies.
Adecco CEO, Alain Dehaze says France needs to work on simplification so that it is more competitive, when discussing the labor market.
When you think World Economic Forum, you probably think serious debates on the state of the global economy. But there are other events you probably wouldn't expect. Here are CNBC top picks.
A look at the big names arriving at the World Economic Forum, with "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin.
World Economic Forum’s founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab, discusses China’s economic transition and why he remains optimistic.
World Economic Forum’s founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab says we must introduce trust into the world’s governments, when discussing Donald Trump and geopolitical tensions.