William Hague, leader of the House of Commons, says that he doesn't want the euro to fail, however the currency has some "very serious flaws."» Read More
Despite market turmoil over the Federal Reserve's indication that it could start tapering its bond buying program, billionaire investor Alisher Usmanov told CNBC that it would play a "positive" role for markets.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney could be the ideal signing for Arsenal, according to Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, the Premier League soccer club's second-biggest shareholder.
Maurice Taylor, CEO of Titan, discusses his first Russian acquisition and the difficulties of running a business in France as the government has "no idea" of what to do.
Ruben Aganbegyan, CEO of Otkritie Financial Corporation, tells CNBC that there is value in Russia, in innovation and IT and Russian debt numbers have a lot of room for leverage.
Klaus Mangold, chairman of TUI, tells CNBC that companies want to have clarity when it comes to big investments and the Russian government needs to deliver this.
Bernard Sucher, member of the board at Aton, tells CNBC that there has been a long pause in any kind of meaningful structural reform in Russia.
Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO of Schneider Electric in St Petersburg says they have significantly ramped up investments in Russia and it is the 4th largest country for Schneider Electric.
Harold "Terry" McGraw, Chairman, President and CEO of McGraw Hill says President Putin needs to reintroduce Russia to the rest of the world.
Live from St Petersburg, CNBC's Geoff Cutmore and Steve Sedgwick kick-off the St Petersburg International Economic Forum with a First on CNBC interview by Hans Vestberg, CEO of Ericsson.
Jeffrey Katzenberg is changing DreamWorks Animation from a movie studio with a few big films a year to a multiplatform media business.
Alexander Mirtchev, board director at Atlantic Council, reviews the G8 meeting, its policy implications and what the main issues discussed were.
OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria, discusses the G-8, its pledge to reform corporate tax rules and Russia's importance in the debate on Syria.
Nick Parsons, head of strategy at National Australia Bank, questions whether the U.K. really wants to reform its corporate tax rules, and discusses market's resilience to the unrest in the Arab world.
Corporations have stored an estimated $8.5 trillion in offshore accounts. CNBC's Steve Sedgewick reports on the ideas to bring it back to countries where the companies are located. From the G-8 summit in Northern Ireland.
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts reports on the agenda of the U.S. at the G8 Summit, including options on Syria. The Street Signs" crew, discusses.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says EU-U.S. trade talks are positive as there has been an increase in protectionist measures in the past few years.
Tina Fordham, senior political analyst at Citi, comments on the U.S.'s decision to arm Syrian rebels and says that while leaders agree that tax issues need to be tackled, it will be very difficult for them to agree on a common framework.
Chuck Todd, chief White House correspondent for NBC, discusses the upcoming G8 meeting and explains why it feels like it's really just the G7 against Russia.
Russian tycoon Dmitry Itskov is convening a meeting of the minds to explore the possibility of creating lifelike copies of humans, something he thinks is possible by 2035.
Bill Browder, CEO and co-founder of Hermitage Capital Management, tells CNBC that Putin is Russia's number one oligarch, 'a dirty, corrupt, official'.