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French Finance Minister shares with CNN's Charles Hodson what Davos achieved.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown about the global economic crisis and how to fix it.
CNN's Richard Quest speaks with Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO of Nissan and Renault, about the auto industry.
CNN's Richard Quest sits down with Prince Andrew to talk about business in the UK.
Israeli President Shimon Peres talks about the United States' role in the Middle East peace process.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Steve Forbes offers his advice on what can be done about the economy.
Steve Forbes offers his solutions to the economic crisis with CNN's Richard Quest at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour interviews former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on issues affecting the Middle East.
CNN's Charles Hodson asks Davos attendees when they think the economic crisis will end.
David Rubenstein, founder of The Carlyle Group, talks about the global economic crisis and investing.
Barbara Stocking of Oxfam says the global financial crisis will cause millions to go hungry.
HSBC Chairman Stephen Green tells CNN bankers need to refresh their sense of morality.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the world needs to work together to beat the financial crisis.
Jaspal Bindra, Asia CEO for Standard Chartered Bank, talks about layoffs in Japan.
Nandan Nilekani, co-chairman of Infosys, talks about the IT industry and the economic crisis in India.
Israeli President Shimon Peres says many countries silently support the offensive in Gaza.
CNN's Charles Hodson asks Mark Tucker for his views on the global economic downturn.
Royal Dutch Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer joins CNN to discuss the impact of the global economic crisis
Thomas Reuters CEO Tom Glocer explains why media groups are facing a double challenge in the economic downturn.
Harvard Economics Professor Ken Rogoff answers viewers' questions about the U.S. recession.
CNN's Richard Quest asks Tom Enders of Airbus how his company is weathering the economic crisis.
CNN's Richard Quest speaks with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso about the economic crisis.
Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble talks with CNN's Richard Quest about global fraud.
Turkey's prime minister returned home after storming off stage at the World Economic Forum. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Blogger Loïc Le Meur asks participants at the World Economic Forum in Davos if we should go back to socialism.
CNN's Richard Quest talks with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon about call for international aid.
There was a rare break in the usual polite dialogue at the World Economic Forum in Davos. CNN's Richard Quest has more.
Britain's Prince Andrew is in Davos trying to sell British business to investors. ITN's Daisy McAndrew reports.
The company that sends tourists into space says the worldwide economic crisis is not affecting them.
The CEO of accounting firm Ernst and Young is leading meetings in Davos on challenges and opportunities in 2009.
The executive director of UNICEF talks about Zimbabwe's economy and people's health.
India's commerce minister talks about the IMF projection of the worst year for the world economy since WWII.
CNN's Errol Barnett talks with MySpace and YouTube 'citizen reporters' in Davos.
CNN's Richard Quest talks with economist Joseph Stiglitz about the complexity of the current economic crisis.
Intel Chairman Craig Barrett joins CNN in Davos, Switzerland to discuss the future of the technology sector.
James Quigley, CEO of consulting firm Deloitte, on job losses and the economy.
Tim Flynn, chairman of accounting firm KPMG, on why infrastructure will become more important over the next five years.
Burger King CEO John Chidsey explains why the company faces the global downturn with confidence.
European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet talks with CNN's Richard Quest about rate cuts and the economy.
Financier and philanthropist George Soros discusses the state of the economy with CNN's Richard Quest.
Nobel prize winner and economist Joseph Stiglitz talks about the economic stimulus plan and the crisis.
The CEO of the largest private investment bank in Russia feels confident about his country's economy.
In this dismal economy, at least the movie business is growing. The CEO of IMAX says that will continue.
Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani talks about strife and the economy in his country.
Almost five years ago, the chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia predicted "economic armageddon."
K'naan explains that he had "two kinds of childhoods" in Somalia.
CEO Richard Edelman answers why we should be listening to leaders at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Ian Bremmer, president of the political risk consultancy Eurasia Group, discusses political risk and the global economy.
As the high level attendees start arriving in snowy Davos, CNN's Richard Quest wonders why some decided to attend.
Telecommunications company BT warns of a hit on its global services. CEO Ian Livingston explains the impact from the economy.
Sol Trujillo CEO of Australian telephone giant Telstra says taking risks are helping to ride out the recession.
VTB Bank Chairman Andrei Kostin joins CNN to discuss how global imbalances contribute to the current financial crisis.
There are some ironies this year at Davos, the uniquely Swiss setting of the World Economic Forum.
Mark Spelman of Accenture joins CNN to discuss how the downturn puts Russian energy companies at risk.
Michael Elliott, Deputy Editor at Time Magazine joins CNN in Davos, Switzerland to discuss how the global economy went wrong.
Karen Tse of the International Bridges to Justice joins CNN to explain how philanthropy fits into a post-economic crisis world.
CNN's Charles Hodson reports why the recession is the talk of the town at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland.
Peter Levene gives CNN's Richard Quest insight to the troubles facing the world economy.
Klaus Schwab sits down with CNN's Richard Quest and talks about the upcoming World Economic Forum.
CNN's Richard Quest uses skiing as a metaphor for the financial crisis - easy to fall down, much harder to get back up.
The CEO of Royal Philips Electronics talks about the business outlook for 2009 with CNN's Richard Quest.
Financial analyst Todd Benjamin joins CNN to talk about the decline of the UK pound.
Analysts say Sony has more problems than this current recession. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
CNN's Charles Hodson tells you how to have your say at Davos 2009.