At the Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu, China, GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt says that future energy development will be focused in China.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says that 'as we go back to normal it's going to be scary' at the Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu, China.
World Cup 2010 CEO Danny Jordaan says the event has raised the country's profile and set records for online and television viewing.
A panel of media CEOs discuss why popular websites have trouble making money off their users.
Meredith Whitney says the ratings agencies are now rating muni bonds the same way they rated mortgage-backed securities.
Former President Bill Clinton says the Navy may need to step in and blow up the oil well to stop further leaks.
Meredith Whitney says insular African nations have faired better during the financial crisis than nations dependent on one another.
Citigroup Chairman Dick Parsons says the new generation on Wall Street lacks the wisdom of the previous crises.
South African Minister of Trade Rob Davies says economists are rethinking their models dues to the recession.