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Mark Tluszcz, CEO at Mangrove Capital Partners, explains what he looks for when he's investing in a technology company and how he uses free products as a way to drive business.
Robert Barrington, executive director at Transparency International, reveals which countries are at the bottom of the transparency survey and why the U.S. is "quite a long way" from the top 10.
Andrew Leung, founder of Andrew Leung International COnsultants, comments on David Cameron's visit to China and how the U.K. can benefit from the latest Chinese reforms.
Saktiandi Supaat, head of global foreign exchange strategy at Maybank, discusses the Australian dollar and whether it is likely to weaken further.
Consumers are expected to take to the web to get the best deals delivered in time for Christmas on Monday.
Jason O'Connell, research director at Boston Private Bank & Trust and George Tsapouris, investment strategist at Coutts, discuss U.K. and U.S. consumption as the holiday shopping season has started.
Robert H. McCooey, senior vice president of relationship management at NASDAQ OMX, expects 2014 to be another strong year for IPOs and highlights the strength of the healthcare sector IPO market.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble recaps her interview with Yair Lapid, Israel's finance minister, who discussed the impact U.S. tapering could have on the country, the state of the country's economy and Iran.
Bryan Roberts, retail insights director at Kantar Retail, talks about the U.K.'s Black Friday and Cyber Monday and says the former should bring spending forward "rather than being incremental."
Dane Chamorro, managing director for south East Asia at Control Risks, discusses Thailand following a rate cut from the central bank and says the protests should not impact the economy "all that much."
Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec, tells CNBC that while the U.K. recovery is becoming broader-based, it's "no time for being complacent."
Raymond Yeung, senior economist at ANZ, says the latest Chinese PMI figure reflects the stability of the economy and adds that the Plenum should continue to have a positive impact.
Moritz Kraemer, chief sovereign ratings officer at Standard and Poor's (S&P), says the euro zone, and France, needs to continue its structural reforms, and explains why the European Central Bank stress tests are important.
Loren Bendele, founder and president of Savings.com, talks about the U.S.'s post-Thanksgiving Black Friday, and how consumers are increasingly using internet to find the best offers.
David Neuman, social media manager at Prime Visibility, discusses the popularity of Cyber Monday, how mobile shopping is getting bigger and what the most popular gifts are expected to be.
Moritz Kraemer, chief sovereign ratings officer at Standard and Poor's (S&P), explains that the Netherlands was downgraded because of its growth potential, but that it has a stable ratings outlook due to its policy commitment.
Andrew Goldberg, global market strategist at JP Morgan Funds, discusses the sustainability of the market rally, and says that markets have run ahead of fundamentals.
Andrew Warner, senior marketing director for EMEA at Expedia, reveals that cities are the favorite destinations for travel as the holiday season approaches.
James Knightley, U.K. economist at ING Wholesale Banking, says that the housing market is "on course for an ongoing improvement" and that the impact of the Funding for Lending scheme changes will be minimal.
Ulrich Leuchtmann, head of foreign exchange research at Commerzbank, talks about the Japanese yen. He expects the dollar/yen to end the year "significantly above" the 100 level.
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