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The U.S. and Russia need to better understand each other because Vladimir Putin is becoming "more aggressive abroad," George Soros says.
Bank of America, the Gates Foundation and others will donate money to (RED) for every download of a U2 song during the Super Bowl halftime show.
The U.S.'s entire healthcare system needs to change, said Stefano Pessina, the non-executive director of Walgreens.
The former U.S. Treasury Secretary had a testy exchange with U.K. Chancellor George Osborne over his criticism of U.K. economic policy.
Jimmy Wales has said that the huge growth in the use of mobile devices can be utilized to promote ethical business.
The French finance minster has declaring it is building a "social and economic compromise of high quality and high ambition".
"America succeeds by raising everybody up. It doesn't succeed by tearing anybody down," Larry Summers tells CNBC.
The chairman of ICBC has said that it will definitely not repay investors the money lost in a troubled financial product.
It's the perfect time for investors to lead the charge back into Brazil, according to the country's finance minister.
Japan's efforts to revitalize after long stagnation have policy leaders abuzz and hopeful that the nation can turn around its fortunes.
Despite fears surrounding growth in the world's second biggest economy, Tidjane Thiam, CEO, of insurance firm Prudential, is not worried about the future of China.
China needs to become a full member of the global banking system, Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of the UK, told CNBC.
The tide of opinion is turning from prohibition towards decriminalization, according to a panel including Kofi Annan and the Colombian President.
Take a peek inside the most elite of all elite global economic events, the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Swedes would like more substantial welfare benefits, said Prime Minister of Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt.
The CEO of Philips has told CNBC that the so-called "Internet of things" provides exciting opportunities for his company.
European bank stress tests are one of the world's biggest risks going into 2014, Morgan Stanley's Huw van Steenis has told CNBC.
The Russian contingent of Arsenal's major shareholders gave their full backing Thursday to manager Arsene Wenger.
The Italian economic recovery is under way, but the job market will take a while to fully recover, the country's finance minister tells CNBC.
Aluminium producers must limit supply to the market, if they want to recover from the financial crisis, Oleg Deripaska told CNBC.
As the United States and China compete to dominate artificial intelligence technology, the two countries could end up each running 50 percent of the internet in the future.
In 2009, Damon teamed up with Gary White to launch Water.org, a charity dedicated to delivering safe water and sanitation to everyone.
At 84, Goodall continues to raise awareness surrounding wildlife, and travels some 300 days a year.
As the need for high-level financial advice grows, wealth managers handling high-net-worth clients grow more important.
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The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The law is set to take effect Jan. 1 and aims to address complaints about forced technology transfer and lack of intellectual property protection.
Mubadala, Abu Dhabi's state investor, announced Monday new MENA tech funds will invest $250 million in start-ups from the Middle East region.