8:08 - Bain & Company Chairman Orit Gadiesh on the uncertain economic environment in which businesses operate.
4:13 - VTB Bank Chairman Andrei Kostin on bank regulations and the Russian government’s 71% stake in the bank.
4:14 - United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin on whether business is accomplished in Davos.
4:10 - Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Salvador Lamothe on efforts to attract private investment in Haiti to help boost the country’s economic growth.
5:14 - Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick on the potential for deals in Davos, Ireland’s economic recovery and the impact of low interest rates.
6:20 - Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Global Fund’s effort to help fight major illnesses in poorer countries across the globe particularly through vaccines.
6:18 - Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris on energy, the importance of boosting job growth globally and perceptions of the U.S. overseas.
5:41 - Extended web version: Mahindra & Mahindra Chairman Anand Mahindra on why he has an optimistic outlook for business in the year ahead.
4:58 - Henry Schein CEO Stan Bergman on the importance of getting a flu shot to prevent it from spreading.
4:39 - Novartis CEO Joe Jimenez on being investigated for marketing drugs to Iran, growth, the success of their MS drug and management changes.
6:31 - NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer on merging with the Intercontinental Exchange.
2:55 - FBN’s Liz Claman on the goals and success of the Bill Gates Global Fund.
6:44 - Audi CEO Rupert Stadler on the recent success for the luxury auto maker.
5:04 - Malaysian Prime Minister Dato Najib Bin Tun Razak on the state of economic growth in the country.
9:16 - Microsoft founder Bill Gates on the success of the Global Fund.
4:41 - Costa Rica President Laura Chinchilla Miranda on why the country’s business environment is attracting corporations from all over the world.
3:46 - Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer on the country’s defense and high economic growth rate.
6:45 - Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent on the company’s goal of becoming water-neutral by 2020 and the need for tax and fiscal reform in the U.S.
4:58 - FBN’s Liz Claman with Bob Greifeld, Nasdaq OMX CEO, on why he is so passionate about the “Fix the Debt” campaign, and his take on the fiscal cliff and debt ceiling negotiations.
1:12 - Cisco CEO John Chambers on the outlook for the global economy.
6:18 - Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier on innovation in pharmaceutical industry and the impact of the health-care law and regulations.
4:27 - Renault SA & Nissan Motor CEO Carlos Ghosn weighs in on the auto market.
4:30 - Medtronic CEO Omar Ishrak on health-care systems around the world and how the medical device tax will impact the company.
5:05 - Cisco CEO John Chambers on becoming the top IT company in the world.
8:53 - JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on the future of financial regulation and the impact of the “London Whale”, and the state of economic growth.
4:12 - Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson and Hilton Worldwide CEO Christopher Nassetta on the opportunity for growth in emerging markets.
5:41 - Iceland President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson on the recovery of the country’s economy.
5:45 - Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs on the growth of value smartphones and the importance of the Chinese market for revenue.
6:19 - Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini on the flu season and the potential changes to health insurance due to the health-care law.
6:29 - Tupperware CEO Rick Goings argues the agenda at Davos has become bloated.
4:39 - Imax Corp. CEO Richard Gelfond weighs in on business in China and his outlook for business internationally in 2013.
4:21 - Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove talks business and health care.
6:43 - Rusal CEO Oleg Deripaska weighs in on the economy, the state of his business in China and the efficiency of central banks.
5:02 - FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
3:26 - Humana CEO Mike McCallister on how the health-care law will impact businesses.
4:22 - Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick on the outlook for the dollar and the European economy and why he considers new technology a great investment.
5:11 - General Mills CEO Ken Powell on the importance of the business community to pull together to help end hunger globally.
5:02 - Liberty Global CEO Michael Fries on the cable company’s growth overseas, particularly in Europe.
4:18 - Applied Materials CEO Michael Splinter on the outlook for global economic growth, hiring, and the 2012 election.
3:39 - Andrei Kostin, VTB chairman, on Russia's economy, debt outlook and political arena.
5:04 - Archbishop Desmond Tutu on what is behind the protests around the world from the “Arab Spring” to the “Occupy” movement and what is needed to achieve more equality in the economy.
4:12 - London Mayor Boris Johnson on how the city is gearing up for the 2012 Olympic games.
6:25 - Duncan Niederauer, NYSE CEO, at the Davos World Economic Forum, on the stock exchange's potential deal with Deutsche Boerse, and why all is not lost for it to go through.
4:43 - Google's executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, weighs in on the state of the Internet, privacy laws and Europe at the Davos World Economic Forum.
4:59 - Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt on the government’s investigation into its privacy policies and push for legislation on intellectual property on the Internet.
4:13 - Novartis CEO Joe Jimenez on the outlook for Novartis’ drug pipeline, competition from generics and the company’s expansion into other areas of health care.
6:01 - Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on efforts to increase taxes on the wealthy and the impact of taxes on job creation.
4:48 - Bain & Company Chairman Orit Gadiesh on Mitt Romney and why economic growth is a major concern for corporate leaders around the world.
5:33 - Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer on concerns over the European economy and Israel’s relationship with the U.S.
4:17 - Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic president and CEO, on the health-care industry and how to handle the aging population.
2:59 - Billionaire investor Jeff Greene on why it was important to meet with the “Occupy” movement protesters in New York as well as Davos, Switzerland.
4:12 - SAP Co-CEO Bill McDermott on company growth through innovation.
5:18 - NASDAQ CEO Bob Greifeld says he won't make an attempt to merge with the London Stock Exchange.
6:35 - Barclays Chief Executive Bob Diamond weighs in on the global markets and how to spark economic growth in the U.S.
7:37 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on his efforts to help The Global Fund and whether wealthy Americans should pay more in taxes.
5:51 - Medtronic CEO Omar Ishrak on the outlook for health-care spending, particularly for technology and medical devices.
2:47 - Tupperware CEO Rick Goings on the company’s global expansion and how it has helped woman around the world.
3:51 - U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue argues Obama’s State of the Union did not address economic growth or job creation.
5:54 - Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent on building confidence in the economy and the steps to boosting job growth globally.
6:49 - JPMorgan Chase International Chairman Jacob Frenkel weighs in on company's exposure to Europe and regulating the banking system.