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Gregory Page, Executive Chairman at Cargill, discusses the state of global food security and outlines the factors that can help to create a more food-secure world.
Indonesia's anti-graft agency will launch a probe into the nation's subsidized rice scheme, threatening moves to expand the role of the state food buying agency.
Gold rejected a 3-1/2 week high on Friday, but was set for its biggest weekly gain in seven as President Barack Obama authorized air strikes in Iraq.
Oil fell, as analysts said U.S. air strikes in Iraq might actually lower the risk of oil supply disruptions.
Ignoring climate change will mean a severe toll on sections of the economy including agriculture, a new study says.
An elite group of former financial pros are behind a major new study on the economic ramifications of climate change.
With low costs of living and doing business, Iowa is increasingly the location of choice for domestic and international corporations.
With Chinese citizens getting wealthier and eating more meat, food companies like Cargill are tweaking their business models for China. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
Australia rejected the $2.55 billion takeover of GrainCorp by Archer Daniels Midland, bowing to pressure from grain growers.
Stan Ryan, Corporate Vice President, Cargill speaks about the factors behind food price volatility and the infrastructure that is needed to reduce them and boost food security.
Cargill CEO Gregory Page discusses how to align immigration reform with security and safety issues, as well as China's appetite for global food deals.
Tyson Foods reported a weaker-than-expected quarterly profit as shoppers and restaurants switched to cheaper chicken from beef, and the company cut its full-year sales forecast.
Two banks owned by tycoons associated with Myanmar's former military regime will start to do business with U.S. companies and investors in the latest reward for the country's rapid political transformation.
The White House is setting its sights on trade secret theft from China and other countries, saying it would step up diplomatic pressure if tougher laws are needed to shut it down.