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Brexit talks aren’t moving fast enough, says MEP

Elmar Brok, Brexit negotiator for the European Parliament, agreed with his colleague Guy Verhofstadt’s view that Brexit discussions need to move quicker.

Hays earnings picture ‘a tale of two stories’, says CFO

The European market outside of the U.K. is stronger for recruitment firm Hays than it is inside Britain, CFO Paul Venables told CNBC.

We'll 'beat the daylights' out of Amazon: Harvey Norman chairman

Gerry Harvey, chairman of Harvey Norman, says the retailer will be match, or even beat, Amazon's prices as the latter attempts to challenge for market share in Australia.

Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says the airline's partnership with Emirates has seen the number of passengers traveling to Europe on the Qantas code increase from 400,000 to 1.2 million.

Damages caused by Hurricane Harvey will trim third and fourth quarter growth n the U.S., though it is early for a full forecast, says Sam Chandan, president and chief economist, Chandan Economics.

A very good year so far for the airline industry: Executive

Robert Martin, CEO of BOC Aviation, says the airline industry as a whole has had a very good year so far with over $30 billion in profits, citing IATA figures.

Political will to find solution for Irish border: EC's Dombrovskis

Valdis Dombrovskis, the vice president for the euro and social dialogue at the European Commission, discusses Brexit negotiations.

North Korea can gain confidence from UN Security Council meeting

CNBC's Chery Kang reports from Imjingak, South Korea, on the North's latest missile launch.

UK PM May laying framework for future UK/Japan free trade deal

CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports from Toyota City, Japan, on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's visit to the country.

Day of protests against Macron proposed

CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on French President Emmanuel Macron's "aggressive timetable" for labor market reforms.

Kim Jong-un's latest launch while Trump busy with Hurricane Harvey

Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce, global geopolitical strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, discusses Kim Jong Un's strategy, saying that it is "very rational."

Jeff Glueck, CEO, Foursquare, says his company wants to act as a bridge as users of WeChat and other services in China and Asia travel abroad.

Markets interpreted the Trump administration's response to North Korea tensions as relatively benign, says Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management.

Michael Spence, William R. Berkley Professor in Economics and Business at NYU Stern, weighs in on why he thinks markets are climbing despite political risks.

The missile launch will raise questions over what the U.S. will do to support Japan or South Korea in the case of conflict, says Thomas Hubbard of The Korea Society.

Hurricanes are bearish for crude oil, but very bullish for crude products, explains Stephen Schork, editor of The Schork Report.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts during the long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) test launch in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 15, 2017.

Mark Matthews, head of Research Asia, Bank Julius Baer, says market drops on Korean peninsula tensions may be good buying opportunities.

Figuring out why inflation and wages aren't gaining as expected in the U.S. remains key for the Fed rate outlook, says Paul Sheard, executive vice president and chief economist, S&P Global.

Enel CEO: Seeing a pickup of demand in Spain and Italy

An economic pickup has led to increasing demand for electricity and gas, particularly in Spain and Italy, Enel CEO Francesco Starace told CNBC.

Russian economy performing well but geopolitical situation is 'bad': Deputy PM

Russia is contributing to a positive economic stance globally, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich told CNBC.

Residents use a truck to navigate through flood waters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston, Texas, August 27, 2017.

The extent of flooding and related equipment damage will determine if some Texas refineries are down for weeks, or maybe months, says Andy Lipow, president, Lipow Oil Associates.

Financial impact from Typhoon Hato seen 'minimal' for Melco: CEO

Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says the company expects a "minimal" impact from Typhoon Hato on its operations as its internal emergency planning was robust.

Gary Ngan, CFO of Meitu, talks about profitability at the company and how artificial intelligence technologies will be used in its apps.

ECB President Mario Draghi has no reason to signal a more hawkish view at Jackson Hole as the central bank wants to avoid a stronger euro, says David Sokulsky, CIO, Crestone Wealth.

Samsung has the widest range of infinity-screen phones, marking a clear lead over Apple, says Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst, IDC.

Getting the right mix of retailers remains the focus for CEO Peter Allen, Scentre Group, who says that shopping traffic ultimately follows such a strategy.

Tim Parker, chairman, Samsonite, said that the purchase of a digital retailer brought in people who helped the company re-look at its sales and communication models.

Empty aisle and cart Walmart

WPP CEO Martin Sorrell discusses the British multinational marketing giant’s first-half earnings beat, which were hit by a weaker second quarter.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could cost around $1,000

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses Samsung's new phone, the Galaxy Note 8, which is set to be unveiled today.

Rawlinson: Brexit making it harder for restaurant staff

European citizens employed in U.K. restaurants need reassurance from Brexit negotiations, David Rawlinson, founder ad MD at Restaurant Property, said.

Draghi will stick to his mantra at Jackson Hole: Pro

ECB President Mario Draghi is likely to keep his stance on monetary policy unchanged at a meeting with the Federal Reserve in Jackson Hole, Christel Aranda-Hassel, chief European economist at Mizuho International, said.