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European equities finished slightly higher on Friday as investors reacted to a slew of corporate earnings news.
HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint told CNBC that Hong Kong would be an attractive location if the bank moved its headquarters.
Kerry Craig, market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, says that for the Eurogroup, it's all about Greece coming up with a "credible" reform plan.
Pieter van der Does, co-founder and CEO of Adyen, tells CNBC how his company is trying to disrupt the online payments space, adding that Bitcoin provides an opportunity.
Samir Desai, CEO of Funding Circle, says his company's current challenge is raising brand awareness.
European equities finished lower on Thursday, as investors digested earnings news and economic data from China and the euro zone.
Brazilian football legend, Pele, talks to CNBC about his current favorite players, the English football team and the FIFA elections.
What's driving demand when it comes to strategic deals in 2015? Michiel Kotting, partner at Accel Partners, says that everywhere you look there's "exciting developments" with many sectors growing rapidly, such as mobile.
Bob McKee, chief economist at Independent Strategy, says there's still no real agreement being reached between the Eurogroup and Greek officials, with the Eurogroup seeming pretty "cynical."
Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, Nigerian minister for Agriculture, says that Nigeria needs to continue to diversify its economy even more.
BrewDog raised more than £4 million in crowdfunding and is now attempting to raise £25 million more. James Watt, co-founder at BrewDog, discusses.
European shares finished mixed on Wednesday, as investors digested a slew of earnings from European companies.
Bruno Monteyne, senior analyst at Bernstein, remains positive on Tesco despite its £6.4bn loss, saying this is the "final act of cleaning up" for the company.
U.K. trader Navinder Singh Sarao -- who is accused of contributing to the 2010 "flash crash" -- was granted conditional bail Wednesday, set at just over £5 million. CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports.
What would really happen to Greece if it left the euro zone? Christian Keller, economist at Barclays, shares his thoughts on the "complicated" matter.
George Osborne, UK finance minister, discusses the threat of the Scottish National Party, the U.K. economy and the upcoming elections.
Yannick Fierling, CEO of Haier Europe, discusses his new product plans for Europe's customers.
Patrick Armstrong, CIO of Plurimi Investment Managers, says there may be some buying opportunities when it comes to Greece, however, a deal with Eurogroup won't come next week.
Russia’s economy has been through a series of shocks in the past year, but there are increasing reasons to be optimistic, according to Anton Siluanov.
It might be easy to blame the Greek government, but the main reason for the ongoing crisis could lie elsewhere.