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At Davos, Huw van Steenis, head of European banks equity research at Morgan Stanley, says there needs to be a lot more demand stimulus.
At Davos, Benoît Coeuré, executive board member of the European Central Bank, says that if the euro zone country want the ECB to buy their bonds, they need a European and IMF program.
Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, believes his company is still in the very early stages of reaching its full potential.
The ECB's quantitative easing and the decline in the price of oil are the best things that could happen for Turkey, the finance minister said.
CNCB's Hadley Gamble reports on what the death of King Abdullah means for the political landscape in the Middle East.
Activist shareholders in 2014 helped the mergers and acquisitions landscape return to the pre-crisis days of 2007 – and they'll continue to make news.
With oil companies staring down the barrel of low prices, they are realising that they have to prepare for ever more drastic scenarios.
There is an estimated $1 trillion shortfall in global infrastructure investment every year, but one sector could come to the rescue.
Davos 2015: The average life span of today's multinational Fortune 500-size corporation is about 40-50 years.
Tom Speechley of Abraaj Group talked with CNBC.com about investing in emerging and frontier markets in Davos.
In Davos, Facebook's COO and Microsoft's CEO agree: The world needs to get more people online.
One of the world's elite management consultants said businesses should pay attention to lagging youth employment.
Discussing the Ukraine crisis, Pavlo Klimkin, minister of foreign affairs in Ukraine, weighs in on why there's no progress with other countries on the Minsk agreement.
In light of the Charlie Hebdo shootings, Frans Timmermans, first Vice President of the European Commission, says the European Union's duty is to assure that all communities "feel at home and safe in Europe".
At Davos, Chanda Kochhar, CEO of ICICI, says she believes Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver in his reforms; with all the policies suggested seeming "growth- and business-friendly."
At Davos, Majid Jafar, CEO of Crescent Petroleum, says Egypt is getting its optimism back, with improvements in its infrastructure, employment and oil and gas space.
Anders Borg, chair of Future Global Financial System Initiative at the World Economic Forum and former Swedish finance minister, says the World Economic Forum helps "facilitate a dialog to get all investors on board," which is especially important to bring people together during this time of "angst."
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, president of Egypt says it is the media who "substantially contributing to creating the perception" and they must have an "enlightened perspective" on all that happens in Egypt.
At the World Economic Forum, Rupert Stadler, chairman of Audi says a falling euro makes the automobile industry easier and talks about how "cool" new technology is in this market.
At the World Economic Forum, Katherine Garrett-Cox, CEO of Alliance Trust and Co-Chair of WEF 2015, says the ECB's move is great for long-term investors.