Chris Pickard, chairman of the Latin American Travel Association, says the World Cup stadiums in Brazil will be safe and ready for the tournament after a construction accident killed two people in Sao Paulo.» Read More
Drew Matus, senior U.S. economist and managing director at UBS, tells CNBC that the US can¿t keep up strong growth in the fourth quarter which is tracking at around one percent.
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP tells CNBC just what kind of year 2012 has been for business and what he is expecting for 2013.
South Korea has chosen its first ever female president, Park Geun-hye . Chery Kang reports live from Seoul.
Pimco Head of European Portfolio Management Andrew Balls says growth in Europe will contract by up to 1.5 percent next year, with policymakers facing severe economic and political hurdles.
Greg Ip, U.S. economics editor at The Economist, tells CNBC that even in the best case the US has significant tightening baked in for the first half of 2013.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX at Citi, tells CNBC that the range of differences between Republicans and the Democrats on the fiscal cliff are narrowing.
Valentijn Van Nieuwenhuijzen, head of strategy at ING Investment Management, tells CNBC that Europe¿s periphery is relatively constructive with yields continuing to fall.
The Shanghai Composite has gone through a tough period, being the only market in the North Asian region that's down for the year. CNBC's Eunice Yoon finds out what's holding back mainland investors.
Henry Dixon, fund manager at Matterley Asset Management, tells CNBC the key themes that investors should focus on in 2013.
Tim Stanley, historian and author at Oxford University, tells CNBC that the Republicans have moved quite far to reach an agreement with the President on the fiscal cliff.
Hans Humes founder and CEO of Greylock Capital tells CNBC that it is possible for Argentina to be ejected from the IMF but it is unlikely at this stage.
Brendan McGivern, executive partner at White & Case Geneva, tells CNBC why the United States is behind most trade disputes brought to the World Trade Organization.
The Nikkei's Nozomu Kitadai reports on what the Liberal Democratic Party's election victory means for Japan's economy.
David Owen, chief European Economist at Jefferies International, tells CNBC that the UK is beginning to show clear signs of recovery and even the euro zone is recovering.
Chris Roche, regional director at Greenplum, tells CNBC that there is a massive shift in where data will be produced with 68 percent built in the emerging markets by 2020.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC, chairman of the Swiss National Bank, Thomas Jordan says the central bank could employ negative interest rates as a means to keep the Swiss franc low.
Lionel Barber, editor at the Financial Times, reveals to CNBC why the newspaper voted for ECB president, Mario Draghi as the FT Person of the Year.
Dr. Gary Ross, CEO at PIRA Energy Group, tells CNBC that the Shale revolution is a game changer and that people don't realize how huge the United States shale oil reserves are.
David Scowsill, president and CEO of World Travel and Tourism Council, tells CNBC that most of the future tourism growth is coming out of China, 'a market which is exploding'.
Peter Oppenheimer, European equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, tells CNBC that European equities will perform strongly in 2013 because of their attractive valuations.