An uptick in prices across a range of commodities may have been welcomed, but one CEO has told CNBC that he's not getting carried away just yet.
Chief financial officers from some of the world's largest firms are largely lukewarm on the economic shakeup Saudi Arabia is currently undertaking.
It's the stuff of sporting fairy tale, but Leicester City have won one of the most coveted championships in the world of soccer.
A pricey 1970 vintage Ferrari got a little more expensive this week, with the vehicle being slapped with a penalty fine during a photo shoot.
One analyst has predicted that the next big wave of cash flooding an economy could come from increased military spending.
Saudi Arabia's government has unveiled a long-term economic blueprint for life in a low-oil price world.
KFC has launched an investigation into one if its U.K. restaurants after a researcher was served ice that contained bacteria from feces.
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What are the key themes in 2016 for the advertising space? App indexing? Digital assistants? Virtual reality? CNBC talks to two special guests about their opinion.
Keith Weed, chief marketing and communications officer at Unilever, talks to CNBC about ad-blocking and why its a "big challenge" for the industry.
CNBC talks to Keith Weed, chief marketing and communications officer at Unilever, and asks him about the changing landscape in how consumers digest content and its impact on advertising.
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
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The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discuss the morning's top attention--grabbing headlines, including Financial Times' article saying Xi Jinping "has changed China's winning formula."
Coca-Cola European Partners plc will begin trading Tuesday in New York, London and Amsterdam under the ticker CCE. John Brock, Coca-Cola European Partners CEO, discusses