A refugee simulation at the World Economic Forum in Davos tries to show the rich and powerful what it's like to be displaced in a war-torn country. Eleni Giokos tries out the Crossroads Foundation experience.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos says even though the Spanish economy is growing, it is vulnerable to the market uncertainty.
Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco, says the "fourth industrial revolution" is a net job creator and the technology industry has an obligation to help re-skill labor.
Nathan Blecharczyk, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Airbnb, says the company is working to improve business travel and inventory around vacation rentals.
Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn says the market volatility "has been created by what we have done in the regulatory community."
Brian Moynihan, Bank of America CEO, weighs in on the "unusual" market situation and Fed rate structure.
President Mauricio Macri says with 30% of Argentina's population under the poverty level, he has to move fast to create job opportunities.
Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine, says the country is restructuring the sovereign debt, improving the banking and tax systems and has put an anti-corruption structure in place.
Axel Weber, UBS chairman, says the "additional effects of additional policies are not going to be very large." Instead, he thinks Europe needs more long-term structural reform.
Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, says Europe's immediate priority should be to stem the flow of migrants moving from Turkey into Greece.
Actor and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson asks the CEOs of McKinsey & Co and PWC about their commitment to having women in leadership positions.
James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley, says despite "pockets of despair," there is still global growth and that the current environment is not the new normal.
Major oil participants from Saudi Arabia, Russia, The United States, China, Nigeria and Azerbaijan discuss the crash in oil prices with CNN's John Defterios at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
CNN's Richard Quest gauges economic sentiment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Muhtar Kent, CEO of Coca-Cola, says the key to business in a slowing global economy is "to channel investments where the opportunities are."
Vice President Joe Biden discusses the middle class and growing gap between productivity and wages at the World Economic Forum.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim says "a large proportion of people living in extreme poverty are in countries that shrunk last year, or are mostly commodity exporters."
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde says her biggest worry is countries only caring about themselves and companies focused on next-quarter results.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says cheap oil is helping India and explains the investments his country needs to make to achieve better economic growth.
Andrey Kostin, President and Chairman of VTB Bank, is keeping a low-risk profile in response to the slowing economy but sees an upside to the falling ruble.
Oscar N. Onyema, the CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, is concerned about how low commodity prices are affecting stocks and companies in his country.
Executive Director of the International Energy Agency Fatih Birol says "we have never seen, in the history of oil, two years in a row, oil investments declining" like they have in 2015 and 2016.
Kevin Spacey made an appearance at a hedge fund party in Davos. He poked fun at Donald Trump as Frank Underwood, channeled Bill Clinton and serenaded the crowd with a song.
Will it be a robot utopia with machines doing the dangerous work we don't want to do? Or will technology take away people's livelihood? That's the big question at the World Economic Forum in Davos this year.
Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick is not worried about the economy in 2016, saying "it's going to be a lousy first half and a super second half."
Pierre Moscovici, the European Economics Commissioner, wants to speed up recovery in Europe so that it becomes "a driving engine for the world."
Jürgen Stock, Interpol Secretary General, says the increasing threat of terrorist attacks requires a more efficient system for sharing information within a network of countries.
Fear: an unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm. There is plenty of it to go around at the World Economic Forum in Davos. But Richard Quest asks: Is the threat real?
BP CEO Bob Dudley says the oil industry hasn't seen times like this since the mid '80s and the ripple effects will be large.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says the interest of the region 'will be best served by cooperation' against extremism.
Mohammad Nahavandian, chief of staff to Iran's president, says Iran is aiming for an annual average growth rate of 8% over the next five years.
Oil prices have taken a plunge and the implications are set to dominate the discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos. CNN's John Defterios explains.
Every year, business and political leaders swarm Davos for the World Economic Forum with their smartphones. But this year, Richard Quest tries out the time-tested form of alpine communication: yodeling.
Fang Xinghai, Vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission said they thought circuit breakers would work as they did in western stock markets, but it turned out that 'it was not an appropriate policy for China.'
John Veihmeyer, Global Chairman KPMG says investors are picking Nigeria over South Africa as the preferred investment destination in Africa.
World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab is concerned that the profits from the revolution of robotics and digitization will only go to a few, rather than shared prosperity.
The world's leaders meeting in Davos face blizzard-like economic conditions: Falling oil prices, slowing Chinese growth and volatile markets. The challenge for policy makers is to find a clear way forward.
CNN's Nina dos Santos talks to CEO of ABB Group Ulrich Spiesshofer about what topics were most discussed at Davos this year.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says President Obama's proposals to spread economic gain widely are a positive move, but the policy implementation will be a tougher course.
Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, urges European governments to move 'into action mode' now that the ECB has unveiled its stimulus package to lift the region out of economic hardship.
The world's most rich and powerful businessmen, heads of state, and even celebrities gathered in Davos to discuss business among the snow, glitz and glamor. Nina Dos Santos was right there in amongst it and gives her behind-the-scenes account.
VTB CEO Andrey Kostin talks to CNN's Richard Quest about Russia's economic future.
Chief Economist and Director of Global Energy Economics at the International Energy Agency Fatih Birol talks to CNNMoney about the future of the oil market under new Saudi Arabian leadership.
OPEC Secretary General Abdalla el Badri tells CNN's John Defterios that they are not worried about falling oil prices.
Nina dos Santos talks to Larry Summers in Davos about President Obama's economic plans.
The European Central Bank's plan to stimulate the European economy includes buying 60 billion euros each month until the end of September 2016.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko calls on Russia to abide by the terms of the Minsk cease-fire.
Economist Nouriel Roubini, known for predicting the global financial crisis of 2008, spoke to CNN's Nina dos Santos on why he thinks the Eurozone is more fragile than the US.
Ross Perot Jr. predicts the price of crude oil will drop below $40 a barrel but will stabilize between $70 to $80 a barrel within two years.
Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International, says one way to stem the rising tide of inequality, is to fix the global tax system.
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