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Mosquito Fest awards person with the most number of bites

At Russia's annual Mosquito Festival, guests are encouraged to leave the bug spray at home.

Lochte and three other US Olympic Swimmers were pulled over by men impersonating police officers.

Millennials Work

Organizations are implementing flexibility policies at the workplace, says Jacob Morgan, author of "The Future of Work".

Electric Car PKG

CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on CH-Auto, a Chinese auto manufacturer that hopes to compete in China's fast-growing electric vehicles market.

3 most interesting stocks

CNBC's Brian Sullivan discusses three stocks he deems most interesting.

Hillary Clinton releases 2015 tax returns

CNBC's John Harwood reports the details of Hillary Clinton's release of her 2015 tax return and 10 years' worth of running mate Tim Kaine's returns.


suitX's Homayoon Kazerooni explains how Phoenix, a robotic suit, helps people suffering from mobility issues such as spinal cord injuries.


Giphy Editorial Director Tyler Menzel talks to CNBC about how gifs have enhanced digital communication and what the monetizing opportunities are.


HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li tells CNBC it will have been a difficult year, but the exchange is starting to see the benefits of its diversification.

Telstra Results

Telstra CFO Warwick Bray tells CNBC that the business and government services areas of the telco's mobile business performed well.

Singtel Earnings

Singtel Group CEO Chua Sock Koong says a large part of the operating revenue decline was because of the reduction in mobile termination rates.

World's most expensive food and drink

A round-up of the world’s most expensive food and drink items. How many can you afford?

Champion REIT

Rental income grew because there's still solid demand from the Chinese for vacancies in Hong Kong's Central district, says Champion REIT's Ada Wong.

Dilma Rousseff

Even members of Rousseff's own Workers' Party have admitted that her political career is over, says the Wilson Center's Paulo Sotero.

MTR Earnings

MTR CEO Lincoln Leong tells CNBC that there are no MTR-owned property developments for sale this year, which led to a fall in the firm's profit.

Tech Bet (Generic) CLIP 1

Apple's next smartphone may ditch the headphone port, have a new home button and add a dual camera.

China warns UK not to scrap nuclear power deal

The Chinese ambassador to the UK says their relationship is at a 'crucial historical juncture.'

10-year-old boy dies on world's tallest water slide

The child died on Sunday from a fatal neck injury at the Schlitterbahn waterpark in Kansas City.

Trump Policy

Cato Institute's Daniel Mitchell explains why Donald Trump's economic plan to cut the corporate tax rate is not very realistic.

Abhisit Elections PKG

Former Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva says political parties have to adapt and respond to voters as per the referendum result.

NagaCorp Results

NagaCorp Chairman Timothy McNally shares some of the strategies that have boosted business in the mass market and VIP segment of the casino business.

Small-biz owners vs. Trump's economic plan

Discussing the economy and their reactions to Trump's economic plan with David Martin, HJ Martin & Sons; Marc Schupan, Schupan & Sons; and David Greiner, Greiner Buick-Pontiac-GMC.

Why most millenials won't be millionaires

Retirement expert Joe Ready, Wells Fargo, shares his insight on millennials and money.

Thailand Gov

Panitan Wattanayagorn, adviser to the deputy prime minister for security explains why campaigning by major parties was banned prior to the referendum.

Thailand Referendum

Thailand will not see general elections any time soon, and the decade-long political conflict remains a problem, says University of Sydney's Aim Sinpeng.

Olympic Social

Restrictions on covering the Olympic Games are meant to stop companies from exploiting the event for their benefit, explains Paul Haswell of Pinsent Masons.