Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote, says it's the "best time in the history of the universe" to launch a startup and discusses Evernote's future, which includes an IPO.
Gemma Tetlow, program director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, says an independent Scotland would be a small country with a volatile revenue stream coming from North Sea Oil.
The recovery in commercial real estate has lagged that of residential in the U.K., says Jeffrey Rubin, the chief financial officer of Movehut, an online portal for commercial property.
Matthew Lawrence, a research fellow at the U.K.'s Institute for Public Policy Research, discusses a forthcoming law to cap the astronomic interest rates lenders can charge on so-called payday loans.
Stephen Koseff, CEO of Investec, discusses the impact the weak South African rand had on the group, and says it has started to see "a lot more activity" and "quite a bit of improvement" in legacy issues.
Applied Graphene Materials floated in the U.K. on Wednesday, in the latest attempt to commercialize the "wonder" carbon, graphene.
London's Mayor Boris Johnson says rather than attacking the rich for their wealth, the public should be thanking them for their taxes and spending.
Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, explains that the key thing to look for in the Bank of England's minutes is a sense that a rise in interest rates "won¿t happen anytime soon."
Andrew Brundan, founder and managing director at Patrona, explains how it managed to remain competitive after production was moved back to the U.K., following a bad experience in China.
Entrepreneurial activity is bubbling up around the globe—from Africa to South America—as more governments look for avenues of economic growth.
Terry Leahy, ambassador for International Festival for Business, says the U.K. needs to rebalance its economy with the private sector and exports playing a more important role.
Grainne Gilmore, head of U.K. residential research at Knight Frank, discusses the U.K.'s housing market and the impact the Help to Buy scheme has had on confidence.
Dubai flag carrier Emirates will buy more Airbus A380 superjumbos, the airline's chairman said at the opening of the Dubai Airshow.
General Motors Chief Executive Dan Akerson could step down as early as next year, according to people close to the matter.
CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi questions the Bank of England's governor, Mark Carney on mortgage approvals and the weight of the U.K.'s housing market on the economy.
Mark Carney, governor at the Bank of England, states that the Bank now expects the inflation target to be reached a year earlier than previously forecast and for the unemployment rate threshold to be hit by the end of 2015.
Maya Prabhu, managing director at Coutts Institute, talks about a report revealing that million-dollar donations bounced back in 2012, totalling over $19 billion internationally.
Riccardo Barbieri, chief European economist at Mizuho International, discusses the U.K. economy ahead of the Bank of England's quarterly inflation report, as inflation falls to its lowest level in over a year.
Thousands of staff across dozens of London's financial firms will be put through a "war game" scenario on Tuesday.
David Gauke, Exchequer Secretary to the UK Treasury, says that the UK's stable and certain tax system makes it an attractive place to do business despite a top level 45 percent income tax.