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James Butterfill, global equity strategist at Coutts, says investors should back small cap companies as business confidence improves.

Let's break it down: Sensors     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

F1 teams equip their cars with hundreds of sensors to collect data to potentially maximize their performance. Drivers are equally monitored, Mark Priestley, F1 expert explains.

Leadership: Monisha Kalternborn     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Monisha Kalternborn, team principal at Sauber F1, tells CNBC how she became the first female team principal and discusses women in Formula 1.

Behind the numbers     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Each F1 car has 1km of wiring in it. But how much data does it collect in each race? How long does it take for the data to reach the pit? CNBC investigates.

My moments #1     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

In the 2003 British Grand Prix, a person stepped onto the track. Stephen Green, F1 Marshall tells CNBC how he had to remove the man from the race.

Spotlight on IT and data     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Formula 1 is a "very data-centric sport", Michael Taylor, IT director at Lotus F1 tells CNBC, as it is "intrinsic to the success of the team."

The history: IT and data     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

The use of live streaming started from car to pit started in in 1980s. Since then, F1 authorities have stepped in to restrict certain developments as cars got too clever and too fast.

Tactics challenge     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

"Understanding the data in F1 is everything." Our experts explain how data collection and analysis are becoming increasingly sophisticated and why they are so essential.

F1 to your car     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Computers are everywhere and the car is no exception. Some of these developments were influenced by F1. CNBC explores.

My Moments #2     Wed, 28 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

American singer Macy Gray once got a crash-course in racing on the fringe of the Sao Paolo Grand Prix. Will Saunders, F1 journalist recaps the experience.

European shares opened slightly lower on Friday, continuing a slow move sideways this week, as traders refrain from strong buying ahead of Chinese data and a monetary policy announcement for Europe next week.

Adam Marshall, executive director of policy and external affairs at the BCC, says the U.K.'s growth is likely to fall in the next two years.

GE will win the Alstom prize: Pro     Fri, 30 May '14 | 2:30 AM ET

Rob Virdee, analyst at Espirito Santo, says GE is "making the right political noises" with its bid for Alstom.

Oil demand moving away from China: Pro     Fri, 30 May '14 | 2:15 AM ET

Miswin Mahesh, analyst at Barclays Capital, says oil demand is moving away from China with increased demand from Latin America.

As Germany turns its attention to renewables and Japan re-enters the nuclear market, CNBC takes a look at which path is more critical to the world's energy future.

Steve Cowley, CEO of United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, says nuclear energy is "critical" for Japan's energy economy.

Thanos Vamvakidis, head of European G10 FX strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses the U.K.'s revised way of calculating GDP - which includes counting illegal prostitution and drugs.

Treasury correction ahead: Pro     Fri, 30 May '14 | 1:30 AM ET

Don Smith, strategist at ICAP, says Treasurys are likely to see a "sharp correction" when the Federal Reserve begins to "normalize" its monetary policy.

James Meekings, co-founder of Funding Circle, says businesses are turning away bank loans because the processes are "slow and archaic."

The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan manages around $141 billion, says Ron Mock, the group's CEO, as he discusses how the Pension Plan invests.

Andrew Balls, deputy CIO and managing director at PIMCO, says France will lag German and Spanish growth for a few years, while also discussing the U.K. economy.

European market closes flat     Thu, 29 May '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed flat on Thursday following U.S. growth data, and as investors eyed a possible shift in policy by the European Central Bank.

The first telegraph line from Cairo to Alexandria was inaugurated in 1854 and with it came the birth of Telecom Egypt. The firm's CEO, Mohamed El-Nawawy, discusses the potential of being the country's fourth mobile phone operator, and what he plans to do with the stake in Vodafone Egypt.

Worldwide, undersea cables carry 99% of intercontinental internet traffic and one of the busiest hubs is in Egypt. CNBC gains exclusive access to the country's strategic "TE North" facilities, and takes a closer look at where the company is moving next.

In an exclusive interview with CNBC, Mohamed El-Nawawy, CEO of Telecom Egypt, relives the moments around the controversial decision to cut Egypt off the Internet on January 28, 2011.

John Lonski, chief economist at Moody's Capital Markets Research Group, expects the U.S. first quarter GDP to be revised down on Thursday and says the economy should "snap back" in the second quarter.

David Woo, head of global rates and currencies research at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, comments on U.S. Treasurys and argues that China may be buying long-duration U.S. bonds through Belgium.

Treasurys signal 'trouble behind': Pro     Thu, 29 May '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Ken Karmen, president at Mercadien Asset Management, discusses the U.S. market ahead of the release of the first quarter GDP revision.

Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, explains that the World Cup's winning country tends to have a feel-good factor in its stock market, leading to outperformance for a month.

Brazil: Central bank breaks hike cycle     Thu, 29 May '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Michael Henderson, senior emerging markets economist at Maplecroft, says the Brazilian central bank is likely to start hiking rates again towards the end of the year as inflation continues to increase.

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