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Vodafone CEO: Creating a telecom giant     Mon, 10 Feb '14 | 9:43 AM ET

Vodafone is ending its successful partnership in the U.S. with Verizon. Vittorio Colao, Vodafone CEO, discusses what's next for the wireless giant. "We will invest the biggest amount of money ever in history of Vodafone," Colao says.

Andrew Balls, CIO and managing director of PIMCO, discusses trading ideas ahead of Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen's appearance in front of Congress.

Emirsyah Satar, President & CEO, Garuda Indonesia, warns that the airline will have to enforce cost-cutting measures to boost yields, which have been hit by reduced purchasing power.

Dominik Hangartner, associate professor at the London School of Economics, says the Swiss vote to set EU immigration quotas is "not good news" for the country's economy and relations with the region.

Rick Mayo-Smith, managing director of Indochina Capital, discusses McDonald's entry into the Vietnam market and how a growing consumer market could benefit the fast food chain.

Sarah Quinlan, group head and senior vice president of MasterCard Advisors, says that although online sales continue to grow, consumers are also returning to physical stores in the U.K.

Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Airlines, explains why the carrier isn't concerned about the recent rout in emerging markets.

Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the European Commission, says the opposition to the European Union's carbon emission scheme is about principals, not costs.

CNBC takes an exclusive look at the 8th largest economy in the world, that's now slowing.

A detained Ukrainian passenger claimed to have a bomb aboard a flight bound for Istanbul, Turkey, after demanding the crew divert the plane to Sochi. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports security is still on the case investigating whether the passenger had any accomplices.

Chris Wei, Group CEO at Great Eastern Holdings, explains why operating profit from its insurance business came in lower than last year.

CNBC's Hampton Pearson breaks down the latest numbers on jobs.

As the Singapore Air show kicks off this week, CNBC's Sri Jegarajah finds out what industry watchers can expect this year.

Greenspan on the markets     Fri, 7 Feb '14 | 7:41 AM ET

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan told CNBC that stock values are encouraging, but he's worried about two other things.

Benoit Anne, head of emerging market strategy at Societe Generale, says a good jobs number will trigger a selloff in emerging market currencies.

As the tube strikes continue for a second day, London's mayor, Boris Johnson tells CNBC that the U.K. capital remains "open for business" and that investors are not scared by these kinds of actions.

Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC, says the rupee's outperformance during the emerging market selloff could mean that it no longer belongs in the "fragile five."

Should the Netherlands exit the EU?     Fri, 7 Feb '14 | 11:35 AM ET

Mark Pragnell, head of commissioned projects at Capital Economics, argues that the Netherlands would be better off if it exited the euro zone and European Union.

Fisher: Consumers 'frozen' by weather     Fri, 7 Feb '14 | 8:16 AM ET

We've seen a growth in the "diaper category, "Thomas Falk, chairman & CEO at Kimberly-Clark, sharing his thoughts on the pulse of the consumer. Richard Fisher, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, provides perspective on how Mother Nature is impacting the economy, jobs and Fed policy.

Will Sochi boost the Russian economy?     Fri, 7 Feb '14 | 5:20 AM ET

Pavel Laberko, fund manager at UBP, discusses the Olympics' economic impact and points out that over half of the money spent on Sochi was actually used to build or update the region's infrastructure.

While some Japanese tech firms are forecasting record profits this year, Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, Asia Technology Analyst at Ji Asia, explains the unique factors behind Sony's struggle.

Scott McNealy, Wayin co-founder shares his thoughts on social media and reveals which high-tech companies are on his radar.

Helen Zhu, chief China equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, says some of the recent Chinese data "may be transitory" and that the market is "well-positioned for a cyclical upturn."

US jobs: Expect 'significant miss'     Fri, 7 Feb '14 | 5:50 AM ET

Todd Horwitz, author and founder at Averagejoeoptions.com, expects a "fairly significant miss" for the January nonfarm payrolls as the market hasn't seen any significant "top-line growth" in earnings.

Tim Condon, Head of Research, Asia, ING Financial Markets, explains why he doesn't think Asian markets will witness an emerging market crisis.

Eswar Prasad, Senior Professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University, says that there are no viable contenders to replace the greenback as the world's reserve currency.

Martoma found guilty on all charges     Thu, 6 Feb '14 | 4:11 PM ET

CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on the high emotion surrounding the insider trading case for former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma.

Ahead of Sony's third quarter earnings, Bob O'Donnell, Founder and Chief Analyst at Technalysis Research, says the firm should focus more on smartphones.

Amando Tetangco Jr., Governor of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, says the central bank will hold rates steady as long as inflation remains within its target.

Danny Gabay, director of Fathom Consulting, says the European Central Bank needs to engage in quantitative easing and must buy debt from countries that are more stable.