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CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks ahead 25 years to what flying an airplane might be like for customers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau and the "Squawk Box" crew discuss the future of aviation.
According to Bob Lutz, most vehicles will be nondescript people carriers that are self-driving.
Analysts' opinions vary greatly over how much influence electric vehicles will have on drivers and automakers.
From “talking” cars to self-driving cars, what it means to build, own or simply drive a car will fundamentally change in the next 25 years, says Ford Chairman Bill Ford.
Bricks-and-mortar locations need to undergo a complete makeover to stay relevant 25 years down the line, experts said.
Advancing technology and demographic trends will likely continue to change the consumer purchase landscape in the next 25 years. Here's how.
As emerging market economies continue to raise incomes, multinational consumer product companies will find new customers in entirely new places.
Just as the Great Depression shaped the spending habits of Americans who grew up during that era, experts predict millennials will be driven by deals.
From your social media posts to your locale, retailers use data to better target consumers. But at what point is it just plain creepy?
If Amazon keeps rolling for another 25 years, companies in even more sectors will need to protect their turf. Are any retailers truly safe?
Online retail and a weak job market is forcing workers to accept unpredictable schedules and less pay—trends experts say will continue.
The way the world consumes media and entertainment has seen a drastic evolution since 1989 ,when CNBC first started broadcasting. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
Here is how the global economy has changed since CNBC's first broadcast in 1989.
As CNBC celebrates its 25th birthday this week, Martin Soong takes a look at how Singapore was like in 1989, the year CNBC went live.
CNBC looks at how culture, the environment and health has changed since its first broadcast in 1989.
In conjunction with CNBC's 25th anniversary, Matthew Taylor recaps the big events that took place in Australia in 1989 and how the country has changed since then.
Here's a quick look at how London, Hong Kong and Singapore have changed over the last 25 years.
Here's a look at the companies that, over the past 87 years, have entered and left the iconic index as their fortunes rose and fell.
In the next quarter century, demand for water will boom as the world population swells. This liquid gold could be traded like oil.
With the world becoming more interconnected, it’s getting harder to anticipate and manage global risks. We take a look at some of the biggest risks and ways to mitigate them.
From family-run companies to public companies with family ownership, we tackle challenges and rewards facing family businesses.
Inside the market's biggest sectors with a look at the trends, companies and trades netting profits for investors.
Tory Burch weighs in on performance of luxury brands in the Asian market.
Discussing wearable tech and the structure of business, with Tory Burch, who says the company likes being independent.
Meet the trailblazers on the CNBC NEXT list. These innovators are expected to have the most impact on business by 2039.