Swarovski executive board member Nadja Swarovski talks about the jeweler’s prominence in different markets, and how the company has transformed.
Nadja Swarovski talks about the jeweler’s evolution and the creation of its crystals.
Leading economists discuss whether there any use or purpose in forward guidance from central banks anymore.
IMF’s First feputy Managing Director David Lipton talks about monetary policy across the globe, with specific comment on inflation.
Gastromotiva founder David Hertz gives his definition of what "social gastronomy" really means.
The company plans to spend $1.5 million over three years toward globalizing the movement, which aims to address social issues using the power of food.
Singer and businessman Akon talks about his "Akon Lighting Africa" project, which offers electricity to African nations.
Singer and businessman Akon talks about his previous feelings and current thoughts on U.S. President Donald Trump.
Singer and businessman Akon talks about his time in prison, with comparisons on the environments in the U.S. and Africa.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen S. Poloz talks about the central bank's strategy on interest rates, with comment on NAFTA.
Citi global political analyst Tina Fordham and Australian Trade Minister Steven Ciobo reveal what they think are the biggest political risks this year.
Australia's Steven Ciobo takes a look at the recent market environment, while commenting on risk in 2018. With comment on oil by EnQuest CEO Amjad Bseisu.
Oxford Said Business School associate fellow David Shrier discusses stumbling blacks companies could face when implementing blockchain technology.
Inga Beale and Dfinity Chief Scientist Dominic Williams talk about how blockchain technology could impact the jobs space.
Nic Cary discusses the cryptocurrency market’s performance in the past year with Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin and OpenOcean General Partner Richard Muirhead.
Blockchain co-founder Nic Cary discusses the perception of cryptocurrencies from around the world. Added comments by Ethereum Co-Founder Joe Lubin.
“The question for central banks is: ‘How long are we going to hold back?’” Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, said.
Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan discusses why governments aren't doing more when it comes to fixing education in the Arab world.
Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan talks to CNBC about the refugee crisis impacting the world.
Queen Rania Al Abdullah talks about the relationship that Jordan has with the U.S., with comment on Jerusalem.