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Volkswagen-owned automaker, Audi, has said that globally 2.1 million Audi cars are affected by the emissions scandal.
How lucrative is the social media market in India, and can Facebook truly expand into China? Arvind Bhatia, managing director at Sterne Agee, discusses.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s CEO, Michele Norsa, says that by being across global markets, the company can protect itself from any shockwaves in new markets.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley talks to the public of Catalonia on the implications for the region if it chose to become independent.
Screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin told CNBC he hopes Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook enjoys his film “Steve Jobs” as much as he enjoyed the company's products.
Christian Ludwig, automotive analyst at Bankhaus Lampe, explains why repairing Volkswagen’s reputation will be a Herculean task, especially with its consumers.
Steve Young, managing director of ICDP, says dealers and consumers are still “left in the dark” with Volkswagen, in particular on how many cars are affected.
Todd Horwitz, chief market strategist at BubbaTrading.com, gives the rundown ahead of the U.S. Open on September 25th 2015.
Sources close to CNBC are saying the hearing for the trader who may have helped cause the 2010 flash crash could be adjourned.
Cathie Wood, CEO & CIO at ARK Invest, explains why annual updates for iPhone users could be a much more "sustainable" and recurring revenue model for Apple.
Paul Swinand, equity analyst at Morningstar, discusses the recent earnings out of Nike.
Simon Halliday, former England rugby player and chairman of European Professional Club Rugby, recounts the “fateful day” he was working at Lehman Brothers, when the company declared bankruptcy.
Simon Halliday, former England rugby player and chairman of European Professional Club Rugby, says England’s rugby is in a favorable position, especially with its home advantage.
Navinder Singh Sarao, known as the trader whose actions may have helped cause "2010 flash crash", will on Friday find out if he'll be extradited to the U.S. to face charges.
Carlos Rivadulla, vice president at Empresaris de Catalunya, explains why an independent Catalonia makes no sense from an economic and business standpoint.
Carlos Rivadulla, vice president at Empresaris de Catalunya, explains why some Catalonian businesses not in favor of the separatist movement are afraid to declare their beliefs.
CNBC’s Phil Han reports from London about the buzz surrounding the new iPhone 6S launch, and whether it’s worth it.
Ian Fogg, senior analyst and head of mobile at IHS, says 2016 will be a real challenge for Apple, especially on how they will sustain the iPhone model’s success.
Hugh Martin, CEO of Sensity Systems, explains why smart cities are a huge market in China, especially because of the country's pollution problem.
In an exclusive interview, Catalonia President Artur Mas tells CNBC why the majority of the Catalonia’s society want to be free.
Carolin Roth is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange and based in London. Fluent in both German and English, she was previously CNBC's correspondent in Zurich.
Wilfred Frost is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.
Susan Li is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange, bringing the business and investing world together.