Geox Founder & Chairman Mario Moretti Polegato weighs in on the current state of Italy’s political scene.
Geox Founder & Chairman Mario Moretti Polegato comments on the company’s recent management changes and its current pricing points.
Sistema President and chief executive Mikhail Shamolin says deleveraging debt is a "very wise investment."
Abertis CEO Francisco Reynés Massanet talks about Donald trump’s big expenditure on infrastructure.
JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich discusses the London property market amid the economic effects of Brexit.
Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder takes a look at the state of Russia’s economic outlook, with added comment on sanctions.
Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder talks about incoming U.S. president, Donald Trump, in relation to Russia.
EnQuest CEO, Amjad Bseisu talks about the oil price and where it could be heading during 2017, while commenting on strategy.
Atkins CEO Uwe Krueger says the increase in infrastructure spending is “badly needed in the U.S.,” but remains somewhat cautious on Trump’s presidency.
Atkins CEO, Uwe Krueger talks about the energy sector and its outlook, with added comment on renewables.
Ahold Delhaize CEO Dick Boer talks about the state of its company in different markets, with added comment on populism.
Water.org co-founder and actor Matt Damon says he wishes Donald Trump well as he heads to the White House to become the next U.S. president.
Norway’s Prime Minister, Erna Solberg comments on the rise in populist sentiment, while weighing in on Donald trump’s relationship with NATO.
EnQuest CEO Amjad Bseisu talks about the impact of Brexit on the company and the oil price.
Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte talks about populist sentiment in Europe ahead of the country's election.
Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, explains his view that the United Kingdom has voted to become "poorer" by restricting immigration.
Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, discusses future Brexit negotiations.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discusses the impact - and benefits - of globalization.
Ant Financial CEO Eric Jing discusses his ambitions for his business.
Eric Jing, CEO of Ant Financial, discusses the different kinds of technology he intends to work with in the future.
India's economy is the fastest growing large economy surpassing China.
The United States won a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on Thursday against China's use of tariff-rate quotas for rice, wheat and corn, which it successfully argued limited market access for U.S. grain exports.
A black swan event could soon be surfacing in energy markets, industry experts have told CNBC.
Japan's Nikkei 225 was up 0.5%, South Korea's Kospi advanced 0.1% and China's Shanghai composite added 0.63%.
The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six other major currencies, rose to as high as 97.485 overnight, its highest level since April 2.
Stocks closed higher on Thursday as Wall Street digested more corporate earnings reports, solid retail data and two highly anticipated initial public offerings.
The European parliament voted on Wednesday to fine firms like Facebook, Google and Twitter up to 4 percent of their turnover if they persistently fail to remove extremist content within one hour of being asked to do so by authorities.
The EU's 11-page catalog of items facing tariffs cover a range of U.S. products, from aircraft to chemicals and food products.
In Paris, the concern is that there cannot be any agreement over trade while the U.S. refuses to commit to key environmental targets.
The comment came after the Nikkei, revered in Japan for its business news and known for its market-moving scoops and previews, said Nissan would cut its global production by about 15 percent for the current fiscal year ending March 2020.
Japan's core inflation picked up slightly in March from a year earlier, but remained distant from the Bank of Japan's ambitious 2% target in a sign of rising pressure on the central bank.
China's better-than-expected first quarter GDP growth is spurring economists at Citi, Barclays and ING to raise their growth forecasts for this year, though other analysts are holding off for now.