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Labour 'bashing' business world: Johnson     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 10:25 AM ET

Boris Johnson, mayor of London, says the U.S. is "reaping the rewards" of "braver and bolder" steps it took ahead of Europe and comments on the bankers' bonuses debate.

Alastair Lukies, CEO of Monitise and U.K. business ambassador, discusses business sentiment and innovation in banking.

Too early to raise interest rates: CBI     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 10:49 AM ET

Sir Michael Rake, president of the CBI, says it's still too early to raise interest rates in the UK and that he thinks the biggest risks to business will be political.

Majid Jafar, CEO at Crescent Petroleum, says that while the Middle East has been losing capacity due to political unrest, it remains the region with the most opportunities.

Iran doesn't 'walk the walk': Netanyahu     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 11:00 AM ET

Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, says he wished Iran would "walk the walk" and that he wants "action, deeds and not nice words" when it comes to its nuclear program.

Dilma Roussef, president of Brazil, says that emerging economies will continue to perform a strategic role.

Expect more emerging market selling: Pro     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 10:00 AM ET

Luis Costa, emerging markets strategist at Citi, says that it will be difficult for Argentina to isolate its currency turmoil and warns of more emerging market selling.

Alexandre Tombini, governor of the Central Bank of Brazil, says that tapering will be positive for the South American country.

Stefano Pessina, chairman at Alliance Boots, says that Obamacare is going in the right direction conceptually but that its practical application was not well-handled.

Kim Choongsoo, governor at the Bank of Korea, warns that "competitive devaluation of foreign exchanges" can have "grave consequences."

Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, explains that The People's Operator aims to make mobile more ethical by donating a percentage of each bill to charity.

Data protection has become a "selling argument" highlights Viviane Reding, European Commission vice president, as negotiations between U.S. and European leaders for online privacy regulations begin.

Viviane Reding, European Commission vice president, says the EU is creating a "very strong" banking union, that the fiscal union is already "half created" and that a political union will be created.

Pierre Moscovici, French finance minister, says France is to implement an "unprecedented set of reforms" but working on an "economic compromise" with businesses.

Liu Mingkang, fellow at the Fung Global Institute and former chairman of the China Banking Regulation Commission, says local government borrowing in China is a big issue but that the government is dealing with it.

Patrick De Maeseneire, CEO at Adecco Group, says the jobs picture in Europe is looking "very good" for 2014, but highlights the pickup will be driven by temporary hires.

A series of car bombs rocked the Egyptian capital Cairo on Friday, with at least four people being killed in a blast at the police headquarters.

U.K. finance minister George Osborne says he "completely rejects" that forward guidance is a failure, as the Bank of England nears its 7 percent unemployment threshold to consider hiking interest rates.

Members of CNBC's panel on the future of monetary policy discuss what they see as the biggest risks facing the global economy in 2014.

Larry Summers vs George Osborne     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 3:40 AM ET

Larry Summers said was is in agreement with U.K. finance minister George Osborne on stimulating investment, but conceded that he had not always been a fan of Britain's austerity policy.

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, says the U.S. Federal Reserve has dealt with the normalization of monetary policy well, but it is "premature" to discuss this in Japan.

Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Prudential, says he remains positive on emerging markets and does not see a slowdown in those countries.

Sir Christopher Pissarides, professor of economics and 2010 Economics Nobel Prize laureate, says central banks need to be more "vague" on their forward guidance.

Vijay Chandok, president of ICICI, discusses the Indian economy, saying the consumer is king in India.

Arif Naqvi, CEO of Abraaj Group, says Nigeria and Ghana will continue to grow and are good countries to invest in.

Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister, says China needs to address its shadow banking system.

Guido Mantega, Brazilian finance minister, says a lack of lending from banks is slowing consumption in the Brazilian economy.

Abenomics is positive: LIXIL Group CEO     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 1:20 AM ET

Yoshiaki Fujimori, CEO of LIXIL Group and vice chairman of Japan Association of Corporate Executives, says Abenomics is helping the company and the Japanese economy.

Michael Froman, U.S. trade representative, says the European Union and the U.S. will "take time" to get the EU-U.S. trade deal right, even if it takes longer than first predicted.

Erna Solberg, Norway's prime minister, says she is concerned about the size of Norway's sovereign funds and that it needs to diversify more.

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