UBS analyst, Colin Langan discusses the current state of the autos market in the United States.» Read More
BP’s CEO Bob Dudley explains how low oil prices aren't all bad for the energy industry, as subsidies have been cut from petrol products around the world.
With 2015 being a crucial year for talks on climate change, can Europe’s oil and gas companies lead the way? The CEOs of Total and BP discuss.
Total’s CEO, Patrick Pouyanne, discusses the future of energy and why technology is essential for the production of all types of energy in the coming years.
Alan Knuckman, chief options strategist at Bulls-Eye Options, gives the rundown ahead of the U.S. Open on October 16th 2015.
Investors will be more focused on recent business strategies GE's latest earnings, says Deane Dray, diversified companies analyst at RBC.
Nestle CEO, Paul Bulcke explains how persistence in Europe and the U.S. has helped the firm deal with handling challenges in developing markets, including India’s Maggi noodle scandal.
Nestle's CEO, Paul Bulcke says strengthening a portfolio is fundamental, when embracing new opportunities and evaluating key brands.
Kieron Hodgson, commodity and mining analyst at Panmure Gordon, talks about the outlook for the mining sector, in particular Rio Tinto.
Does Europe need a confidence boost, or is it successful enough? CNBC talks to key leaders on what they think.
How will different types of content fair on Netflix, and should traditional broadcasters be worried? Tony Gunnarsson, senior analyst for TV at Ovum, weighs in.
Cathie Wood, CEO & CIO at ARK Invest, explains why Japan is a great indicator when it comes to Netflix expanding into parts of Asia and eventually on a global scale.
Ted Peters, chairman & CEO at Bluestone Financial Institutions Fund, talks about consumer and employment data and how it influences the Federal Reserve.
Nicla Di Palma, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, says Burberry’s management hasn’t understood the magnitude with China’s luxury problem, and cost-cutting must get underway.
While the EU was a big success in bringing peace and prosperity, the euro has not functioned well, says Hans Werner-Sinn, Ifo Institute president.
As JP Morgan changes its method of operation, it’s likely they'll have "disappointing” quarters, says Dick Bove, vice president of equity research and financial sector analyst at Rafferty Capital.
Kyle Kondik, managing editor at Sabato's Crystal Ball, explains why Hillary Clinton’s prestige towers over her fellow Democrat candidates.
Richard Nephew, program director at The Center on Global Energy Policy, and former sanctions expert for U.S. state department, explains why Iran won’t want to violate the terms of the nuclear deal.
Proto Labs is the world's fastest injection molding and CNC machining service. CEO Vicki Holt, explains why she’s excited about building its European footprint.
U.K. Finance Minister George Osborne talks about the benefits and costs of being in the European Union, and how it impacts investment.
Russian President Vladimir Putin discusses the country’s position in the Syrian crisis and recent remarks made by U.S. president Barack Obama.
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