David Cameron, British prime minister, tells CNBC ahead of the EU Summit on tax fraud that he 'believes in low taxes for businesses' and highlights that international cooperation is crucial to tackle tax evasion.» Read More
David Joy, chief marketing strategist at Ameriprise Financial, tells CNBC that the Heinz buyout is indicative of a market where there's lots of money on corporate balance sheets.
Ray Clacher, managing and creative director at Gieves and Hawkes, tells CNBC why the market for men's luxury clothing has experienced such a boom over the past five years.
Andrew Leung, founder of Andrew Leung International Consultants, tells CNBC about the trends driving an increase in mergers and acquisitions in Asia.
James P Walsh, senior economist Asia Pacific department at the IMF, emphasizes the importance of infrastructure investments to stimulate growth.
Daragh Maher, FX strategist at HSBC, tells CNBC that despite what the G20 are saying, there is a currency war taking place. Although Japan won't be able to maintain their aggressive weakening of the yen.
Sam Walsh, CEO of Rio Tinto, tells CNBC that the company plans to embark on aggressive cost cutting measures, aiming to reduce its total costs by $5 billion by the end of 2014
Sudeep Ghai, founder of Athena Aviation, tells CNBC why US Airways' leadership was right to take control of the new company after their merger with American Airlines.
Angus Thirlwell, CEO of Hotel Chocalat and Reed McIlvane, owner of Renny and Reed Florists, discuss Valentine's Day and how the luxury market continues to perform well despite a struggling economy.
Jens Nordvig, global head of currency strategy at Nomura Securities, tells CNBC why Thursday's EU GDP numbers were important as growth becomes a driver for the economy rather than yield and risk.
Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University & author of 'The Great Rebalancing', tells CNBC why it will be so difficult for China to transform their economy into a more sustainable model.
Daniele Antonucci, European economist at Morgan Stanley, tells CNBC why Spain's best hope for recovery is to model itself on Germany's export-driven economy.
Marco Bardelli, CEO of UBI Capital, tells CNBC that the weakening yen has become a political game which is taking attention away from the key issues Japan face, like kick-starting domestic consumption.
Bernd Braasch, financial stability director at the Bundesbank, tells CNBC why building local currency bond markets in emerging countries is key to developing a long term, sustainable economic strategy.
Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, tells CNBC that the upcoming Italian elections, particularly the prospect of Silvio Berlusconi returning to power, are weighing on the markets.
Jean-Guy Carrier, secretary general of the International Chamber of Commerce, tells CNBC that he has seen a clear increase in market confidence over the past six months and expects that to continue.
Julie Deane, founder of the Cambridge Satchel Company, tells CNBC how her small business has proved so popular she's been able to open a London store at a time when so many others are closing.
Philipe Houchois, autos analyst at UBS, tells CNBC that Peugeot are too big a player in the industry to fail, even though they may need the French government to provide financial help.
Dennis Kelleher, CEO of Better Markets, tells CNBC why a $5 billion fine would be the least S&P deserve for their fraudulent AAA ratings which helped cause the financial crash.
Sara Taylor Fagen, chief political strategist at DDC Advocacy, tells CNBC that the president will use his State of the Union address to focus on putting responsibility for the sequester back onto Republican shoulders.
Jeff Molitor, CIO Europe at Vanguard, tells CNBC why exchange-traded funds are so useful for investors and why the ETF boom is sustainable.