Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz takes aim at Apple, the Euro and banks.
Credit Suisse CEO, Tidjane Thiam.
Karl Lagerfeld gets candid on fashion.
LVMH boss, Bernard Arnault, France's richest person sits down for the CNBC Conversation to discuss his latest exhibition, why Brexit is good for business and why he's still hands on when it comes to control of LVMH's 70 brands.
Discussing Italian utility giant Enel's strategic vision to go green, a Trump presidency's impact on business and how digitalization is the only way forward.
The industry trailblazer reveals why she's on a mission to change minds.
Australia's third biggest iron ore producer has battled the ebbs and flows of the tumbling iron ore price, but Fortescue Metals is on track to beat production estimates.
Kito de Boer.
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
Vivienne Westwood discusses capitalism.
Lui Che Woo, the billionaire casino mogul and property developer.
Chef Michel Roux Jr. talks legacy, business and how to make the perfect cheese soufflé.
Gaming magnate Steve Wynn.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley discusses how India is progressing.
From Game of Thrones to Premier League football, Sky is a European entertainment powerhouse. So what's next? Sky CEO Jeremy Darroch speaks exclusively on the CNBC Conversation.
Felipe Calderon discusses Donald Trump's proposed wall.
Chef David Hertz discusses food as an agent of change.
In January's Greek Elections, outspoken centre-right politician, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, won the leadership of right-wing second party New Democracy. The economist and son of a former prime minister sits down to discuss his vision for the country.
IKEA's CEO, Peter Agnefjäll.
Actor Kevin Spacey.
Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the Confederation of British Industry, a UK lobby group that represents nearly 200,000 businesses, gets candid on the Brexit debate, government policy and outlook for the UK's economy.
A discussion with former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.
India's Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, discusses India's push for economic reform.
Discussing the big issues with Pier Carlo Padoan, the finance minister of Italy.
Axel Weber, Chairman of UBS.
Spain's general election takes place on December 20th; the country's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos.
A rare visit inside the kitchens of one of the world's most famous and successful chefs. Wolfgang Puck opens up about his childhood, his rise to fame and his continued love for food.
It's a true global power house. The Maersk Group, founded in 1904 now operates in 130 countries, employing nearly 90,000 people in everything from shipping to ports to oil and gas. So what does the future hold?
The Bank of Japan is under pressure to help out Japan's stalling economy. Will the central bank increase its asset purchase programme at its October 30th meeting? The bank's governor Haruhiko Kuroda talks exclusively to CNBC.
He's the Secretary General of the OECD and he's pulling no punches when it comes to climate change. Ángel Gurría takes a stand before this year's COP21 talks in Paris.
He won the Nobel Peace Prize alongside Nelson Mandela: Former South African President F.W. de Klerk answers his critics when it comes to his legacy and gives his candid views on what South Africa needs to do now to turn its economy around.
It's been 6 months since Hamid Karzai stepped down as Afghan President and already his successor is reversing some of his key foreign relations policies.
Tom Ford opens up about his life, his time at Gucci and YSL and how he plans to take his brand to the next level.
Tania Bryer catches up with his highness Prince Albert II at the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss his fight to protect the environment, his childhood in one of the world's most famous royal dynasties and Monaco's economic position.
A Davos Conversation with Mary Barra. CNBC's Becky Quick asks the CEO of GM what the future holds for the iconic US auto maker, whether the recalls are really over and what technologies we can expect in our cars going forward.
An in-depth conversation with Patrick Pouyanne, the CEO of the energy company Total.
Thailand barely grew last year, hurt by weak domestic demand, and a slump in exports. Sri Jegarajah speaks to Thailand's central bank chief, Prasarn Trairatvorakul, for his take on Thailand's growth prospects and reviving the economy.
The Chairman of China Investment Corporation, Ding Xuedong, speaks to Susan Li at the World Economic Forum in Davos about China's growth, global interest rates and the impact of cheaper oil on its investment strategy.
The new government of Indonesian President Joko Widodo faces the formidable task of reforming the country and reviving economic growth. Will this mark the start of a new investment-friendly Indonesia? Indonesian Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro.
Featuring Lee Myung-Bak.
Interview with Najib Razak, prime minister of Malaysia.
Interview with the Prime Minister of South Korea, Han Seung-Soo.