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Has the recent challenges in the Middle East had an impact on tourism? Haitham Mattar, CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAK TDA), discusses.
Trimpeks Healthcare’s CFO, Arda Tunca, says foreign direct investments won't flock to Turkey, unless Turkey implements economic reforms.
Elena Kountoura, alternate minister of tourism for Greece, breaks down the figures for Greece’s tourism in 2015.
Elena Kountoura, alternate minister of tourism for Greece, says the world has to find a solution when it comes to fighting the migrant crisis.
Russia's central bank kept its main interest rate unchanged on Friday, as the country continues to deal with tough international sanctions and the fall in commodity prices.
Bell Curve Capital’s Christopher Gersch discusses the Federal Reserve ahead of the U.S. open on October 30th 2015.
CNBC’s Wilfred Frost explains why the “euro/dollar” story won investors’ hearts this week, while CNBC’s Susan Li believes the Nasdaq Composite chart won the week.
Thomas White, president & CEO at Thomas White International, explains why China’s policymakers have much more flexibility than Western central banks.
Mads Pedersen, head of global asset allocation at UBS, discusses how easing has boosted UBS’ overweight view on European equities.
Royal Dutch Shell reported a fall of 70 percent for its adjusted earnings in the third quarter. Michael Hulme, commodity equities fund manager at Carmignac, discusses.
Deutsche Bank's co-CEO, John Cryan tells CNBC he was personally worried that some shareholders were buying the shares for the dividend.
Ben Carson struggling to discuss his tax plan demonstrates his lead in the poll is “not sustainable," says Boris Epshteyn, former McCain-Palin campaign aide.
Republican National Committee’s fmr. communications director, Doug Heye, says every time Marco Rubio had an opportunity to speak at the debate he hit “a home run.”
John Cryan, Deutsche Bank co-CEO, tells CNBC that their new cost-cutting strategy will try and “strike a balance” to keep shareholders happy.
John Cryan, Deutsche Bank co-CEO, insists that the bank’s problems lie in its ability to execute rather than its vision.
Sailpoint’s founder & president, Kevin Cunningham, says the easier way for hackers to hijack an enterprise is through its internal employees – whether that’s using insiders or hijacked identities.
Swiss Re’s CFO, David Cole discusses the ripple effects of the Tianjin Blast, estimating $250 million in losses from the explosion.
Conversocial’s founder and CEO, Josh March explains why customer service and interaction is essential for core channels like Twitter and Facebook.
Barclays has appointed Jes Staley as its new chief executive. Mark Garnier MP, member of Treasury Select Committee, weighs in on this and the U.K. banking sector.
John Raines, U.S. political analyst at IHS Country Risk, reveals who needs a “break out performance” at the upcoming GOP debate, to propel their campaign.