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Markus Adolph, CEO of EBF, discusses how his company is making apps for the upcoming Apple Watch. He also discusses the wearable tech space and cybersecurity.
He’s back - and whether Vladimir Putin spent his 10 days out of the spotlight sick, getting Botox or feuding with Russian rivals, we may never know.
Christoph Holz, founder and CEO of Visalyze, talks about his company, its growth and how to analyse social media.
At a Labour party conference, CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks to delegates and members of the public about the upcoming U.K. general election.
European equities finished higher Monday as investor sentiment continued to be buoyed by the extra liquidity provided by the European Central Bank (ECB) in the region.
How does the general election in Israel affect companies like WPP? Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, weighs in.
Joe Kaeser, president and chief executive officer of Siemens, has weighed in on geopolitical risks.
For the past 15 years, Russian President Putin has rarely been absent from newsreels - but 11 days passed without a verified sighting of him.
A slew of Chinese are companies investing in Russia, according to the CEO of the Russia's sovereign wealth fund.
European equities closed slightly higher Friday, as the oil and gas sector took another hit from tumbling prices.
Kiran Ganesh, cross asset strategist at UBS Wealth Management, discusses the weaker euro, saying that the European Central Bank's quantitative easing program has a big impact.
Fabrizio Saccomanni, former finance minister of Italy, says we should make sure the Greek government has no funding problems in the short-run that could trigger a systemic crisis.
Talking about Italy's new reforms, Fabrizio Saccomanni, former finance minister of Italy, says a lot depends on what the priorities are when it comes to Italy's reforms.
Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit, says that the weaker euro is a "fantastic boost" for Europe, with many industries benefiting.
Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at RICS, discusses house prices in the U.K. and how they vary.
European equities closed largely flat to lower on Thursday, as investors reacted to earnings and banking news and considered the implications of the European Central Bank's (ECB) newly launched quantitative easing (QE) program.
British bank, TSB, has confirmed a £1.7bn approach by the Spanish bank, Sabadell. Filippo Alloatti, senior credit analyst at Hermes Investment Management, discusses further.
The Bank of England's governor, Mark Carney, has dampened expectations of a rate hike for the U.K. Christian Keller, economist at Barclays, says Carney's in a similar situation as the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Bundesbank President and ECB board member Jens Weidmann tells CNBC it's important that the ECB stick to the rules when it comes to Emergency Liquidity Assistance(ELA), but refused to comment on rumors that Greece's ELA had been increased.
Bundesbank President and ECB board member Jens Weidmann explains why he's previously criticized the implementation of QE, saying inflation levels were linked to oil prices which are now starting to boost economies across the continent.