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Mobile technology is reshaping society and the global economy in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
The recent oil price rally hasn't been enough to calm the nerves of OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia.
The world is currently in an "upswing" in employment creation, Tidjane Thiam told CNBC on Tuesday.
The North American Free Trade Agreement is "something to be improved upon," Canada's finance minister told CNBC Tuesday as the sixth round of NAFTA talks get underway in Montreal.
CFO Ruth Porat recommends the morale-booster to companies of all sizes.
The world is facing many new and serious challenges, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Uber's boss said autonomous cars are coming but more drivers are also needed.
Anders Runevad said the U.S. decision to impose tariffs on solar cells will have a limited effect on the wind energy firm.
Uber's CEO believes the scandals that have plagued the company over the past year will help to ensure it does the "right thing."
Marc Benioff uses Uber as an example of where trust was lost to growth as a company priority.
Tech will make some jobs obsolete but will also create work, Jean-Pascal Tricoire said.
The recent changes to the U.S. tax system are a short-term sugar high, the CEO of the world's largest courier service said Tuesday in Davos.
Uber is working on delivering a better quality of service for its users around the world.
Stock markets might be continuing their run higher this year but Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller told CNBC Tuesday that a market correction could come at any time and without warning.
Financial institutions have fewer tools to deal with a crisis than ever before, according to the Harvard economist.
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Africa is not the easiest place to do business but it's the most exciting, Bassim Haidar told CNBC.
Abdullah Alswaha, minister for communications and information technology at Saudi Arabia, discusses innovation in the Middle Eastern country.
Men have to change their attitude toward women, the Bollywood actor said.