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Sky News not economically sustainable alone, needs wider parentage

Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie Group, and CNBC's Gemma Acton speak about a proposed takeover of Sky News by 21st Century Fox.

See weakness in Russian banking sector

VTB Bank Chairman Andrey Kostin discusses the profitability of the Russian banking sector.

How Novartis can gain US approval for latest gene therapy drug

John Rountree, managing partner at Novasecta, discusses the news that Novartis has gained FDA panel approval for a gene therapy drug to treat leukemia.

Trump and Macron all smiles and compliments

CNBC's Claire Fournier said that the presidents of the U.S. and France were eager to show that they could work together on topics besides climate change.

Yellen's comments on the health of the U.S. jobs market suggests less monetary accommodation ahead, says Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics.

Alan Bannister of S&P Global Platts says oil prices have risen a little, but forecasts have dipped slightly due to continuing efficiency in U.S. shale.

Amit Midha of Dell EMC says changes driven by technology will result in greater human-machine engagement and improvements in productivity.

The investment company's focus on technology and life sciences has shaped its portfolio for long-term returns, says Rohit Sipahimalani of Temasek.

S Africa constitution protects land security, home ownership: de Klerk

Former South African President Frederik Willem de Klerk says his message to investors is that the legal and constitutional system in South Africa does safeguard.

Corruption is a worldwide problem, says FW de Klerk

Former South African President Frederik Willem de Klerk explains why corruption is “everywhere”, just more “sophisticated in the developed world and more unsophisticated in the developing world."

The time of President Zuma is ‘running out’, says FW de Klerk

“I’m deeply concerned. What is going on is bad leadership at the moment. It’s not good governance,” says former South African President Frederik Willem de Klerk, when discussing the country’s current state.

The world needs a stable Middle East: de Klerk

Former South African President Frederik Willem de Klerk explains why you cannot bring about stability and settle century-long disputes without discussion and without negotiation.

Rolf Schromgens, co-founder of Trivago, talks about how U.S. applicants to the Europe-based company have doubled on year.

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi turns the corner

Wang Xiang, SVP at Xiaomi, tells CNBC about the company's international expansion strategy and how it achieved its best quarter for smartphone shipments.

Kavin Bharti Mittal, founder of Hike Messenger, says money is just one more thing people can exchange over its messaging app as the company focuses on payments.

Frankfurt among location options post-Brexit: UBS CEO

Sergio Ermotti, group CEO of UBS, talks about how Frankfurt and Amsterdam are among the location options the bank is considering due to Brexit.

We don't believe there is anything to worry about: QCB Governor

Abdullah Saud Al-Thani, governor of the Qatar Central Bank, weighs in on the impact of the Gulf rift and the ratings downgrades the country has received.

Post-crisis Qatar will be stronger: QFC CEO

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre, tells CNBC how the Gulf crisis has made Qatar think more globally.

Doha Bank CEO on Qatar's economic outlook

Despite Moody's downgrading the outlook for its sovereign credit, Raghavan Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank, claims Qatar is macro-economically resilient.

Qatar has survived worse: QFC CEO

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre, says the country has survived worse economic conditions than those now seen.

Merkel wants G-20 to focus on climate change, refugees

CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports from Hamburg, Germany, saying that bilateral talks will dominate the upcoming G-20 world leaders' summit.

Our M&A strategy focused on bolt-on acquisitions: Novartis CEO

Novartis CEO Joseph Jimenez talks about M&A strategy and how the business is performing, in light of its recent earnings report.

Why central bankers are now seen are heroes

Doug Peterson, president and CEO at S&P Global, speaks about the perception of central bankers and active vs. passive asset management.

US infrastructure spend will differ to what's on the table: S&P Global

Doug Peterson, president and CEO at S&P Global, weighs in on U.S. President Donald Trump's proposed fiscal spending plan on infrastructure.

Robust discussion at Fed on withdrawing QE: BlackRock

Scott Thiel, deputy chief investment officer of fixed income at BlackRock, says that he expects the U.S. Federal Reserve to announce an end to its easing program in September.

All the forces aligned for Macron's economic reform: State Street

Rick Lacaille, global chief investment officer at State Street Global Advisors, and Doug Peterson, president and CEO at S&P Global speak about the fiscal reform policies of Macron and Trump.

Brexit was terrible, terrible mistake: Richard Branson

Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, says he believes another referendum will be held in the U.K. over rejoining the European Union in the future.

Possibility of hard Brexit has gone away: Richard Branson

Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, weighs in on what he says was one positive outcome of the U.K. election that resulted in a hung parliament.

Christopher Hill, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, says North Korea wants the U.S. out of the picture so that it can unify the Korean peninsula.

Lending to rural farmers might sound risky, but peer-to-peer lending platform Pandai says its recovery rate is 98.5 percent. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.

Quite rush for M&A in emerging markets: GSAM - Expect less deals from Chinese companies

Sheila Patel, CEO of International at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, says that there has been a "quiet rush for M&A in the emerging markets."