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Colombian President: Policy talk should be 'rational, not emotional'

Juan Manuel Santos explains to Richard Quest why the Colombians voted against the FARC peace deal, and what leaders need to learn about populist movements.

UK Chancellor wants trade partnerships with the world

Philip Hammond tells Richard Quest that the UK will remain a competitive place to do business despite Brexit.

Davos leaders weigh in on Quest's 'Scale of Uncertainty'

An all-star lineup of business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos tell CNNMoney's Richard Quest how uncertain they are about the global economy in 2017.

Lagarde: We have to make sure everyone benefits from globalization

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde tells Richard Quest that there are many positive aspects to globalization and that it's raised millions out of poverty.

BOJ Chief: US growth will spur global growth

The head of Japan's central bank tells Richard Quest why Japan will continue with monetary easing as the US raises rates.

Global CEOs are ready for President Trump

The leaders of major global companies expect Donald Trump to get right down to business after inauguration.

Energy power players forecast 2017

CNNMoney's John Defterios interviews major energy players from around the world at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Trump adviser: Leaders missed people's 'depth of frustration'

Rich Lesser, a member of Trump's Strategy Forum, tells Richard Quest that business and government leaders failed to notice the rise of populism.

Globalization under attack. Can it survive?

After votes in the United Kingdom and the United States, the global elites in Davos are rethinking how they approach globalization. Richard Quest explores the range of reactions from political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum.

Business leaders react to 'hard' Brexit plan

The leaders of major global corporations speak out about the Brexit plan outlined by Prime Minister Theresa May.

London Mayor: A hard Brexit could leave future generations poorer

London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells Richard Quest why the UK's future prosperity lies in its ability to attract talent and have continued access to the European market.

This Nobel-prize winning economist says Trump's policies will hurt his supporters

Joseph Stiglitz tells Richard Quest there's much Trump doesn't understand about global trade, and that the US must manage globalization, not build a wall against it.

Canada's trade minister on NAFTA: We need a 'win-win situation'

François-Philippe Champagne tells Richard Quest that the US's biggest trading partner is open to a review of NAFTA, and why the neighboring countries have a a very integrated economy.

JPMorgan exec: Trump's rhetoric may change

The Chairman of JPMorgan International tells Richard Quest why politicians who call for fair trade deals need to provide details.

Summers: I have 'considerable concerns' over Trump's policies

Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers explains to Richard Quest how protectionist policies could hurt American consumers and producers.

NYTimes CEO: Media needs 'professional solidarity' under Trump

Mark Thompson spoke to Richard Quest about how the news industry needs to respond if President-Elect Trump continues to attack and the challenges of fake news.

Nissan CEO: Automakers will increase US production

Renault and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn tells Richard Quest that all car companies will have to adjust how they do business under Trump.

Saudi Aramco CEO: IPO still on track for 2018

The CEO of the world's largest oil company tells John Defterios about the state of the Saudi Arabian company's reserves, and how they are still planning on what will be the biggest IPO in history.

AT&T CEO: We're prepared for CNN

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says he's ready for the 'spotlight' that will come from owning CNN.

Biden: 'I promise' Russia will target democracies

In his last major speech as vice president of the United States, Joe Biden called on Europe and the U.S. to lead the fight against Russian subversion of liberal values.

China's richest man wants a major Hollywood studio

Wang Jianlin, founder of Dalian Wanda Group, says he would be a "happy buyer" if one of the "Big Six" Hollywood studios becomes available.

Davos elites debate: Is inequality causing populist anger?

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, IMF Director, Christine Lagarde, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers and billionaire hedge fund founder Ray Dalio discuss the causes of middle class anger and rising populism in developed economies.

Lloyd's of London CEO: We'll open up shop in EU

In response to Theresa May's Brexit speech, CEO of Lloyd's of London insurance Inga Beale says the company is moving ahead with its plan to open a subsidiary in the European Union.

Matt Damon: We can solve the water crisis in our lifetime

The actor's charity is working to provide 3.5 million people with clean water by 2020. Along with corporate partner Stella Artois, Damon tells Richard Quest how there are practical solutions to this global crisis.

UBS Head: Britain chose a 'hard Brexit'

UBS Chairman Axel Weber tells Richard Quest how the global company will handle Britain's withdrawal from the EU, and that the fate of the the UK economy is dependent on the whole world, not just Europe.

Dow CEO: Trump should use any tool in trade negotiations

Dow CEO and Head of Trump's Manufacturing Council Andrew Liveris tells Richard Quest how every available tool needs to be used to create fairer trade in the future.

China's president: A cheerleader for globalization

During the first visit by a Chinese president to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Xi Jinping spoke in support of globalization.

WPP CEO: May's Brexit plan is a 'negotiation'

WPP CEO Martin Sorrell tells Richard Quest how British Prime Minister Theresa May's 12-point plan is just the first volley in what is a negotiation over the future of the UK economy.

WEF founder: 'No use' for blame game over populism

World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab explains to Richard Quest how the forum at Davos is still important in an era of rising populism.

Trump aide: Stop getting upset over what he says

Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci explains to CNN's Christiane Amanpour why some people are too easily offended by Donald Trump's unusual communication style.

Chinese president's Davos globalization speech in 2 mins

In the first speech by a Chinese president at the exclusive World Economic Forum in Davos, Xi Jinping provided a strong defense of globalization.

Biggest global risks of 2017

In Davos fashion, CNNMoney's John Defterios skis through the biggest risks facing the global economy this year.

How to turn a wine shop into an insurance company

For the week of the World Economic Forum, the local shops in Davos are taken over by large companies. Richard Quest takes a stroll through these pop-up shops.

Oxfam director: Eight men own as much as the poorest 50%

Richard Quest speaks to Oxfam Executive Director Winnie Byanyima about rising global inequality at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

People to Davos: Get out of your bubble

CNNMoney talks to people around the world to get their perspective on global leaders heading to Davos for the World Economic Forum.

Where the rich go to feel like a refugee for an hour

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.

De Guindos: Spain needs to continue reforms

Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos says even though the Spanish economy is growing, it is vulnerable to the market uncertainty.

Cisco CEO: Tech expectations are changing

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.

Airbnb targets the business travel market

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: Get used to more volatility

Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn says the market volatility "has been created by what we have done in the regulatory community."

Bank of America CEO: U.S. economy will keep plugging along

Brian Moynihan, Bank of America CEO, weighs in on the "unusual" market situation and Fed rate structure.

Argentina's new president 'rushing' to fix poverty

President Mauricio Macri says with 30% of Argentina's population under the poverty level, he has to move fast to create job opportunities.

Ukrainian President: 'Brilliant' cooperation with IMF and World Bank

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.

UBS Chairman: ECB's 'monetary policy has run its course'

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.

Netherlands PM: 'Sense of urgency' on migrant crisis

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.

Emma Watson asks CEOs about gender equality in business

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.

Market 'violence' not reflected in fundamentals: Morgan Stanley CEO

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.

Worldwide oil players can't believe price, will keep pumping

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.

#WorryWall: Execs and leaders plot their concern

CNN's Richard Quest gauges economic sentiment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Coca-Cola CEO: Volatility requires flexibility

Muhtar Kent, CEO of Coca-Cola, says the key to business in a slowing global economy is "to channel investments where the opportunities are."

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