Unilever's CMO Keith Weed and OMD EMEA president Nikki Mendonca talk about client agency relations, following the Association of National Advertisers’ report into fraud in digital advertising.
Cannes Lions 2016: Diageo’s chief marketing officer Syl Saller talks to Marketing Media Money about ad blocking and how her company is responding.
Lindsay Pattison, CEO of WPP media agency Maxus, talks about the opportunities and risks for the ad industry in using live video platforms such as Facebook Live and Periscope.
Charlie Crowe of C Squared talks to Ambarish Mitra, CEO of Blippar, about how the company’s visual search app works and how it could transform internet searches.
Glenn Hutchins, North Island chairman, weighs in on Donald Trump's comments against TPP amid a hotly contested election year.
Glenn Hutchins, North Island chairman, weighs in on the winners and losers of the Brexit vote. It's a big win for China and Russian, says Hutchins.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article in the Times titled, "We should ignore Juncker and talk to Merkel."
Politico's Tara Palmeri discusses the future of Europe and how Brexit will likely change U.K.-EU relations.
Promises by the architects of the U.K. campaign to exit the EU to speedily re-negotiate trade deals appear set to disappoint, analysts said.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost has the update from Brussels where European Union leaders are meeting to discuss moving forward after Brexit.
Nocturne Capital founder, Dr. Daniel Crosby talks about the psychological angle when it comes to markets reacting and digesting the Brexit vote.
ECB vice president, Vítor Constâncio tells CNBC he doesn't believe the U.K. Brexit vote is comparable to a Lehman style event.
What has a greater impact on banks currently: Brexit or market concern over the health of the European banking sector? Gildas Surry, senior analyst at Axiom Alternative Investments, discusses.
Toby Nangle, head of multi asset for EMEA at Columbia Threadneedle, talks about how markets are reacting after the EU referendum vote.
Princeton University economics professor, Alan Blinder talks about the need for better coordination between central banks. Added comments on global leadership.
Princeton University economics professor, Alan Blinder says there’s potentially a very large downside for the U.K., while it’s unlikely Europe will experience a “Titanic” style downside.
Vítor Constâncio, vice president of the European Central Bank, defends ECB policy and discusses Europe's economy.
European stocks opened higher on Wednesday as global market volatility caused by the Brexit vote eases.
Where will investors focus once the Brexit shock really calms down, with Daniel Skelly, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management executive director & head of equity model portfolio solutions, and Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds president & portfolio manager.
UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage, is confident the vote to leave the European Union is right for the United Kingdom's economy, and financial center business won't decline.
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