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Dennis Lockhart, President of the Atlanta Federal Reserve, says it would "take a lot" to change the course of tapering.

John Campbell, former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria, says that the amount of help from international allied will be limited and that the search for the missing Nigerian girls will have to be carried out by Nigeria.

Eurovision: Who's the best bet?     Fri, 9 May '14 | 11:40 AM ET

Rory Scott, expert from bettting company Paddy Power, discusses the 2014 Eurovision contest and outlines the strong favorites.

John Campbell, former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria, says that while the ANC has kept its strong majority in South Africa, the opposition seems to have made some inroads with the black vote.

Julian Roberts, CEO of Old Mutual, says that despite the recent events, Nigeria remains a country in which the group will continue to invest due to the government's "absolute commitment" to resolve the issues.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigerian finance minister, says the country has liberalized its power sector with "radical" reforms, and says the government is serious in resolving Nigeria's problems.

Maurice Levy, CEO of Publicis, tells CNBC that Omnicom's proposal did not include equality in the management team as previously promised, and added that Publicis's business model would be diluted by the deal.

European market closes lower     Fri, 9 May '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European markets closed lower on Friday ahead of a proposed referendum of pro-Russian Ukrainians this weekend, despite Russian President Vladimir Putin calling for it to be postponed.

Central bankers and CEOs give their views on a range of topics from the strength of the euro to mega merger and acquisition talks.

Why Apple might acquire Beats     Fri, 9 May '14 | 5:30 AM ET

Richard Kramer, managing partner at Arete Research, discusses Apple's potential acquisition of Beats and says this could be a "very profitable" business.

Robert Boland, academic chair and professor of sports management at NYU, comments on the NFL as the draft kicks off in New York on Friday.

Francesco Galietti, founder and CEO of Policy Sonar, says Silvio Berlusconi is likely to try and turn his community service into a political opportunity, and that his lack of official successor is hurting his Forza Italia party.

Colin Coleman, head of investment banking for sub-Saharan Africa at Goldman Sachs International, says macro-economic stability has improved dramatically in Africa and discusses capital markets on the continent.

Tony Brenton, former U.K. ambassador to Russia, says Russia is trying to "get the temperature down" regarding Ukraine and start a discussion process with the West.

China to ease monetary policy soon?     Fri, 9 May '14 | 4:05 AM ET

Li-Gang Liu, chief economist for Greater China at ANZ, says that deflation risk in China has risen and that it¿s time for authorities to contemplate easing monetary policy soon.

Ian Whittaker, media analyst at Liberum Capital, comments on the breakdown of the deal between advertising giants Publicis and Omnicom and whether it will have an impact on the two groups.

Man City could challenge $84.6m fine     Fri, 9 May '14 | 3:45 AM ET

Sports lawyer Daniel Geey discusses European soccer governing body UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules as Manchester City faces a £50 million ($84.6 million) fine.

Scott Thiel, head of European and global bonds at BlackRock, says there are opportunities for bond investors when central bank monetary policy begins to diverge.

Larry Hatheway, chief economist at UBS Investment Bank, says the political involvement in Pfizer's bid for Astrazeneca will continue and there will be similar instances ahead.

From F1 ... to your car?     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC's Torie Campbell gets behind the wheel of a Nissan GTR. What's so special about the car's design?

My moment #2     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Mark Gallagher, former head at Cosworth F1, tells CNBC about his unexpected race with three-times F1 world champion, Ayrton Senna.

Tactics challenge     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

What are the challenges of the new F1 aerodynamic rules for designers? Experts explain how they work and the tactics teams are adopting.

Let's break it down: Aerodynamics     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

A car's design is closely linked to its speed. An F1 expert runs through how the shape of a car interacts with the air and assists racing drivers.

My Moment #1     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

Stoffel Vandoorne, MacLaren F1 driver, recalls a "massive" experience of his driving career.

Leader interview - Mark Gallagher     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

"Talent alone very seldom gets you to top of the sport," says Mark Gallagher, former head of Cosworth F1, as he talks about the importance of sponsorship as well as new aerodynamic rules.

Spotlight on...aero design     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

The brains behind the Red Bull team tell CNBC how they make cars aerodynamic through design.

History of...aerodynamics     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

CNBC takes a look at the aerodynamic revolution in F1, with car designs continually pushing the boundaries.

Behind the numbers     Tue, 6 May '14 | 7:00 PM ET

How much does it cost to hire a wind tunnel for a month? What is the cornering force on an F1 car? CNBC does some number crunching.

Miguel Azevedo, head of Africa investment banking at Citi, says Africa provides the best returns in the whole world but investing in the region is not "trouble-free".

Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, says he is moving money from Spanish bonds to gilts as the U.K. gears up for an interest rate hike.

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