Klaus Regling, managing director of the European Stability Mechanism, says the strategy implemented by the European Union is "showing positive results."» Read More
"It's up to Japan" whether there would be an armed conflict between Tokyo and Beijing, says Jiang Jianqing, chairman at the ICBC.
The "Squawk Box" news crew talks with Petra Nemcova about her charitable work in Haiti.
Sergey Belyakov, Russia's deputy minister for economic development, says that the slow Russian growth is a "big challenge" and the country has "no choice" but to improve the business environment.
U2 lead singer Bono and Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan discuss efforts to fight the global AIDS epidemic and why American citizens should be proud of efforts to combat the disease. The band and BofA are donating money to RED, an organization created to fight AIDS around the world.
European countries under bailout programs have made "significant reform progress" stresses Mario Draghi, president of the ECB, but adds that "all countries" need to continue reforming.
Mario Draghi, president of the ECB, says the European recovery is still weak, but gradually improving, and highlights the role of political leaders in their commitment towards a banking union.
Viswanathan Shankar, CEO for EMEA and Americas at Standard Chartered maintains that the real economy in emerging markets is "robust" and that they have "terrific prospects" over the long-term.
The European Commission is fighting against excessive regulation, says José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, to reduce the regulatory burden on businesses.
Chris Dedicoat, president for EMEA and Russia at Cisco, says the U.K. needs to stay in the EU and that Europe can take the lead when it comes to the "internet of things."
Alastair Lukies, CEO of Monitise and U.K. business ambassador, discusses business sentiment and innovation in banking.
Boris Johnson, mayor of London, says the U.S. is "reaping the rewards" of "braver and bolder" steps it took ahead of Europe and comments on the bankers' bonuses debate.
José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says that while the European Union has "turned the corner", it is not yet out of the crisis.
Majid Jafar, CEO at Crescent Petroleum, says that while the Middle East has been losing capacity due to political unrest, it remains the region with the most opportunities.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, says he wished Iran would "walk the walk" and that he wants "action, deeds and not nice words" when it comes to its nuclear program.
Sir Michael Rake, president of the CBI, says it's still too early to raise interest rates in the UK and that he thinks the biggest risks to business will be political.
Virgin Group's Sir Richard Branson, says he put some money in bitcoin because he likes to learn about things. He thinks there will one day be a global currency that will be the future, but he suspects it will not be bitcoin.
CNBC's Jeff Cox does a roundup of some of Davos' big events this week.
Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, explains why he thinks the NSA's spying program was "bad policy," and its likely economic impact on American companies.
It's hard to get the space to innovate, and they have to fix that, says Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, sharing his concerns about growth prospects in Europe.
Jimmy Fallon, what an extraordinary man, says musician Bono, discussing his upcoming performance on The Tonight Show when Jimmy Fallon makes his debut as the show's host.
The global elite have stumbled on an emerging market sell-off that served as a reminder of the risks the global economy still faces.
Sure there was talk of women's issues at Davos but this female CEO says one of the questions she got asked a lot was: Are you here as a spouse?
Here’s a five-point reality check for why people need to stop bashing Davos as an irrelevant gathering of the elite. By the executive director of Wharton's Risk Management Center.