Eric Olsen, CEO of cement firm LafargeHolcim, adds that smart infrastructure investment pays off two and a half times its initial cost.
Eric Olsen, CEO of cement firm LafargeHolcim, discusses 2016's anti-globalization sentiment and how it may affect his business' operations in emerging markets.
PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev discusses the prospects for his company in the coming year.
Barings CEO Tom Finke speaks about developments in the asset management industry, particularly following the election of Donald Trump to U.S. president.
PhosAgro CEO Andrey Guryev discusses Russia's relationship with global superpowers China and the U.S.
Barings CEO Tom Finke discusses his business in the light of Brexit, adding that he does not expect a "mass exodus from the city."
Richard Edelman, CEO at Edelman, talks about results from the Edelman Trust Barometer show that there's been a loss of faith in the system.
Bob Moritz, chairman of PWC, talks about what CEOs are concerned about and how Trump's policies might impact job markets.
As an individual who voted to remain in the EU, BT Chairman, Sir Mike Rake talks about the potential benefits and challenges facing the U.K.
BT Chairman, Sir Mike Rake talks about the concerns society has with the media, government and big businesses.
BT Chairman, Sir Mike Rake talks about the future of BT and its management going forward.
Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka talks about President-Elect Donald Trump’s behavior when it comes to social media and his relationship to big businesses.
Crescent Petroleum CEO Majid Jafar talks about the volatility seen in the oil and gas market and the challenges facing it.
Schneider Electric CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire talks about the company’s relationship with China while commenting on Asia’s growth outlook.
Schneider Electric CEO, Jean-Pascal Tricoire talks about renewable technology and how it may – or may not – become more prominent in the future.
WPP CEO, Martin Sorrell looks at competition in business, while Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Credit Suisse talks about how society interprets big businesses.
Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka talks about the state of the Indian economy and where technology is heading.
Jürg Zeltner, president of wealth management at UBS, talks about the shift in market sentiment, following the U.S. picking Donald Trump as its next president.
Even companies need to commit to sustainable targets says Jürg Zeltner, president of wealth management at UBS, when commenting on global growth.
More than a year after COP 21 deal was agreed upon, Suez Environnement CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade takes a look at how companies have progressed since then.
The smartphone install base was four billion in 2016, with the 6 billion figure expected to be hit in 2020, IHS Markit says.
Martin Sorrell told CNBC on Tuesday said this figure was triple the original forecast.
France is the country least trusted by its people, according to an influential survey by the world's largest PR firm.
Markets in Europe were lower as investors wait to hear from the U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on her Brexit plans.
Asia shares traded mixed on Tuesday, with Japanese stocks under pressure from a relatively stronger yen.
The British pound flirted with a three-month low , hit by fears that Britain will lose access to the EU single market.