Aneel Bhusri, Workday Co-founder and CEO, talks about his company's ability to provide cloud-based software which allow businesses to automate HR functions while protecting privacy. Also Bhusri weighs in on global markets.
Devin Wenig, EBay CEO, discusses the spinoff from PayPal, eBay's emotional connection with consumers and the company's biggest challenges amid growing competition.
Dan Schulman, PayPal CEO, discusses the company's split from eBay, and weighs in on global spending trends and shares his vision for the future.
The Chinese deceleration is likely to be a big theme in 2016. Here's what leaders at WEF in Davos have to say about it.
Vitali Klitschko, Mayor of Kiev, shares his plans for economic growth by implementing modern technology and weighs in on how low oil prices are impacting Russia.
In response to Donald Trump’s recent comments, Sweden’s Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, says he is concerned by the U.S. presidential debate and its tone in general.
Sweden’s Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven discusses the refugee crisis and the fear factor that’s risen in relation to the recent terror attacks.
As the markets seem to become more volatile, strong leadership will become more and more important, leaders tell CNBC from Davos.
Randall Stephenson, AT&T Chairman & CEO, discuss the company's efforts to expand its mobile ability to stream content.
As the annual World Economic Forum begins in Davos, we find out what this year's theme is all about.
Raghuram Rajan, governor of the Reserve Bank of India, says fundamentals, such as the low oil price and Chinese macro policy, are affecting market volatility.
Raghuram Rajan, governor of the Reserve Bank of India, says the central bank has absolute independence from government interference and talks about reforms being made by the Indian government.
Musician, will.i.am discusses Davos’ theme of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, his view on U.S. politics, and education’s relationship with technology.
UNFCCC’s executive secretary, Christiana Figueres, and HSBC’s CEO Stuart T. Gulliver, discusses how the fossil fuel industry is still important.
Wal-Mart’s CEO and President, Doug McMillon, discusses how the company is becoming more involved in tackling climate change and how he hopes other companies will follow suit.
Peter Terium, CEO of RWE, says U.K. government policy is directing the company towards offshore investment.
Philips CEO, Frans van Houten explains how technology can develop healthcare, social needs and drive growth to create a safer world.
Sir Roger Carr, Chariman of BAE, says terrorism and geopolitical risk are things no one wants, which is why his company is very busy.
Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka discusses the company’s growth strategy and how to connect the physical world with the digital one.
Australia’s finance minister Mathias Cormann, discusses the country’s reliance on resources and commodities, and how China’s economic slowdown in impacting business.