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The FCC has voted yes to regulate net neutrality in the U.S. CNBC's Eamon Javers, files this report.
Marijn Dekkers, CEO of Bayer, talks about the company's plans to separate themselves from their material science unit, saying they will focus on life sciences businesses going forward.
Marijn Dekkers, CEO of Bayer, says the company plans to increase its R&D budget this year, after strong earnings.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, talks about the U.S. economy, equity markets and the Nasdaq heading towards the 5,000 milestone mark.
Talking about the U.S.'s mixed housing data, Kathy Bostjancic, director of U.S. macro investor services at Oxford Economics, says that younger adults are a key drive behind the data and the future of U.S. housing market.
Will the Fed still raise rates, with today's CPI number inflation expected to decline? Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, and Kathy Bostjancic, director of U.S. macro investor services at Oxford Economics, weigh in.
RBS posts a net loss of £3.5 billion. CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi, says that while this is an improvement from 2013, there's still a long way to go for the state-owned lender.
Nasdaq index is in arm's reach of hitting the 5,000 mark, but is it a milestone? Daniel Morris, global investment strategist at TIAA-CREF Asset Management, gives his views.
Stuart Gulliver, CEO of HSBC, is asked about his UK residency in relation to his time spent in Hong Kong, adding that he had absolutely followed "the letter of the law" when it came to the UK non-domicile rules.
HSBC CEO Stuart Gulliver issues an apology in front of UK parliamentary members following allegations the bank's Swiss branch helped customers avoid tax.
UK parliamentary members ask HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint whether large cash withdrawals at the bank's Swiss branch were flagged up as suspicious.
Shari Olefson, director at The Carnegie Group, explains what factors are affecting the U.S. housing market.
If the International Monetary Fund (IMF) doesn't disperse money to Ukraine soon, will the country run out of money? Dmytro Shymkiv, deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine, doesn't think so.
George Goncalves, managing director and head of U.S. rates strategy for fixed income at Nomura, shares his thoughts on what to expect from Janet Yellen later today.
The West has failed to come up with a clear strategy to deal with ISIS, argues Ron Wahid, CEO of Arcanum Global Intelligence.
What does the Greek public think about the current debt negotiations? CNBC's Julia Chatterley reports from Athens.
David Pierce, director of business development at GPS Capital Markets, says he thinks Fed Chair Janet Yellen will downplay low oil prices.
Petros Doukas, the former deputy finance minister of Greece, says he expects an emergency program for Greece in the coming months.
Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says that once the sanctions have been lifted, high volumes of investment will flow into Russian companies.
Discussing Greece, Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says there's no reason for Greece to go bankrupt and leave the euro zone.
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.
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