Mark Cahill, regional managing director of ManpowerGroup EMEA, says the worst hit countries in Europe have shown positive hiring intentions for 2014.» Read More
Robert Levin, CEO of One Hundred Years, explains that his company deals with health management, or approaching health as one would with an investment portfolio, and why he choose London to launch.
Pascal Lamy, director general of the WTO, expects Europe to veer away from fiscal restraints and towards structural reforms and discusses the upcoming OECD report on world growth.
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Brian Nagel, senior equity research analyst at Oppenheimer, says Tiffany's quarterly results should be "weakfish" but underlines that underlying indicators are getting better.
Tanya Marchiol, CEO of Team Investments, highlights the positive signs in the U.S. housing market, but warns that there is still a long way to go and that the picture is different in separate states.
Stewart Richardson, partner at RMG Wealth Management, comments on a potential Fed stimulus tapering, the impact it will have on the USD and why cash could become very attractive.
CNBC reports on China's recognition of Champagne as a brand, thus limiting the use of the name by copycats.
Jan Maarten Asscher, managing director at Pink Iguana, explains why investors are turning to diamonds as an alternative to equities and what the industry's biggest trends are at the moment.
Shailaja Nair, associate editorial director at Platts, discusses the upcoming OPEC meeting, expected oil production and prices, and how Nigeria and Algeria need oil prices to stay above the $100 level.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy at Citi, says the Bank of Japan's commitment to expand the balance sheet means the JPY will weaken further and discusses Japan structural reforms.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank, explains why the equity market is lagging behind the foreign exchange market.
Mohamed Al-Mady, CEO of Sabic, tells CNBC that for the last year demand for petrochemicals is not increasing that much.
Jaco Rouw, investment manager for core fixed income at ING Investment Management, discusses the U.S. dollar trade and advises focusing on currencies likely to weaken such as Yen, Australian dollar and the U.K. pound.
T.V. Seshadri, Asia division president at MasterCard Worldwide, comments on a MasterCard survey which reveals that Bangkok is to become the most visited city in the world this year, narrowly beating London.
CNBC reports on the sale of a 1976 Apple computer, which was auctioned for $650,000.
Christian Gattiker, head of research at Julius Bär, head of research at Julius Bär, says that "the trend is your friend" and that investors should stick to the equity market as there is "not much of an alternative".
Roger Nightingale, economist at RDN Associates, Martin Schulz, senior economist at Fujitsu Research Institute and Ben Collett, head of Asian equities at Sunrise Brokers, discuss the Nikkei's correction and expectations for the Japanese market.
Eric Boullier, team principal at Lotus F1 Team, tells CNBC that the Monaco Grand Prix is a very special race, with a lot of demand and requests from sponsors.
Marty Mosby, banking analyst at Guggenheim Partners, tells CNBC about Goldman Sachs' plans to strengthen their business practices.
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas, tells CNBC how they are helping to grow soccer in the United States in partnership with Major League Soccer.