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Italy is likely to face early elections, expert says | Street Signs Europe

Lorenzo Codogno, founder and chief economist of LC Macro Advisors, said the only political solution for Italy right now is a pact between the Democratic Party ...

Why this fintech is offering funding to students from emerging markets | Squawk Box Europe

Sarah Harvey, COO of Prodigy Finance, says the fintech company wants to develop a "borderless credit model" for students from emerging markets.

German industry supports EU on Brexit renegotiations, BDI director says | Squawk Box Europe

Joachim Lang, director general of German industry body BDI, discusses U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans to negotiate with the German government ...

Salvini is in a good position, economist says | Squawk Box Europe

Silvia Dall'Angelo, senior economist at Hermes Investment Management, discusses Italy's latest political crisis and what it means for the country's economy.

Salvini will benefit from the Italian crisis, academic says | Capital Connection

The tensions in Europe will increase, says Stefan Auer, associated professor of European studies, The University of Hong Kong.

Global economy risks are rising, macro strategist says | Capital Connection

It's not necessary on the cliff edge, as far as U.S. economy and recession fear is concerned, says Simon Ballard, executive director and macro strategist at FAB ...

We did a careful pre-planning for Brexit: Wisetech CEO | Capital Connection

Brexit creates a big opportunity for us to prove how capable we could be, says Richard White, founder and CEO, Wisetech.

Workforces need creative skills to protect themselves from automation: Expert | Squawk Box Europe

John Abel, VP of cloud and innovation at Oracle, discusses Generation Z — the newest generation to enter the workforce.

How data and AI can help tennis players win Wimbledon | The Edge

CNBC's Adam Reed goes behind the scenes at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships to discover how IBM use data from the matches to boost player ...

The Tour de France's tech transformation | The Edge

Since NTT became the official tech partner of the Tour de France in 2015, the number of social media fans grew by 159%. CNBC's Adam Reed discovers how ...

Boris Johnson is 'toothless' in his approach to the EU right now: Expert | Street Signs Europe

Kallum Pickering, senior economist at Berenberg, says the U.K. prime minister won't make progress with the EU until the threat of a hard Brexit becomes ...

Companies perform better with diverse teams: Women Who Code | Street Signs Asia

Alaina Percival of Women Who Code says companies have a fiscal responsibility to be invested in closing the gender gap because firms do better when women ...

A.I. and big data are among top skills for employers: LinkedIn | Capital Connection

Feon Ang, VP, APAC talent and learning solutions at LinkedIn discusses the future of workforce and opportunities.

Amazon, Facebook and Google testify on French digital tax | Squawk Box Europe

CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze discusses France's tax on digital companies and a potential U.S. retaliation.

Deutsche Post DHL CEO on e-commerce and the environment | CNBC Conversation

Deutsche Post DHL CEO, Frank Appel talks to CNBC's Annette Weisbach about the business's sustainability efforts and e-commerce's impact on the ...

Deutsche Post DHL CEO: No-deal Brexit 'not better for the UK or Europe' | CNBC Conversation

Despite new British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson's threats of exiting the EU without a deal, Deutsche Post DHL CEO, Frank Appel expresses his concerns over ...

Pearson CEO: A college education no longer 'defines' you for life | Street Signs Europe

John Fallon of Pearson talks about the big challenges facing the education sector right now.

The consumer is the only pillar holding the US economy up, strategist says | Squawk Box Europe

Altaf Kassam, head of research and strategy at State Street Global Advisors, says investors are closely watching to see whether Trump's next set of tariffs on ...

How children in Singapore are learning to code | Squawk Box Asia

CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports on efforts to incorporate coding into school curriculums for children as young as three years old in Singapore.

Smart tech and devices make learning personal for children: Principal | Capital Connection

Melissa Maria, smart campus principal at Global International Indian School, explains how technology makes learning easier in modern classrooms.

No 'scaremongering' in UK's Yellowhammer report: Gibraltar Chief Minister | Squawk Box Europe

Fabian Picardo, chief minister of Gibraltar, discusses the leaked Operation Yellowhammer report and the implications of a no-deal Brexit.

Celebrity chef Nobu's top picks for eating sushi | Squawk Box Europe

CNBC's Tania Bryer meets celebrity chef Nobu, who gives her a masterclass in making and eating sushi.

Schneider Electric exec: Cost of food tech 'coming down dramatically' | Street Signs Europe

Martin Walder, VP of industrial automation at Schneider Electric U.K. & Ireland, discusses innovation in the food industry.

Alibaba beats on Q1 revenue and earnings | Capital Connection

The company's core commerce and cloud computing businesses boosted results.

Domestically, Alibaba is in a good shape: BDA chairman says | Capital Connection

Duncan Clark, chairman of BDA China, discusses Alibaba's latest earnings.

Cooks around the world open their home for a unique dining experience | Capital Connection

Private room dining is experiencing a significant boost in Singapore. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports.

Slowdown is more likely than a recession: Investor | Capital Connection

We are seeing a weakness in industrial production, which is a by-product of the trade war, says Haren Shah, MD, head of investments at Taurus Wealth ...

Questions around the future of food fueling innovation, expert says | Street Signs Europe

Catherine Flood, co-curator of the Victoria & Albert Museum's "Food: Bigger than the Plate" exhibition, discusses how food is being radically reinvented.

The inverted yield curve is 'not an infallible indicator': JP Morgan | Street Signs Asia

Hannah Anderson of J.P. Morgan Asset Management says the inverted yield curve is not as good an indicator of recession as it used to be and, on its own in the ...

Gold prices may go 'well over $3,000' in the next few years | Street Signs Asia

Barry Dawes of Martin Place Securities says gold is in the very early stages of a "major long-term bull market."

Tencent reports Q2 earnings that beat expectations | Capital Connection

The Chinese giant missed on revenue, as the key gaming division saw a revival and other areas like fintech and cloud helped prop up the numbers.

OPEC has to keep the cuts in place, analyst says | Capital Connection

The oil cartel does not have a lot of choices, says Reza Amanat, deputy editor of crude markets at Argus Media.

Amazon investment will enhance competition, Deliveroo COO says | Squawk Box Europe

Rohan Pradhan, COO of Deliveroo, discusses the food delivery service's relationship with Amazon, which led a $575 million funding round for the company in ...

Yield curve inversion does not mean there will be a recession tomorrow, strategist says

Ralf Preusser, global head of rates research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses whether global markets are pointing toward a recession.

Alibaba expected to report slower revenue growth | Squawk Box Europe

CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze outlines what to look out for in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's earnings report on Thursday.

Not a single country has been successful with protectionism: Deutsche Post DHL | Squawk Box Europe

Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL, outlines the organization's is concerned about the state of the global economy.

Intel CEO Bob Swan on the company's future | CNBC Conversation

Arjun Kharpal sits down with Bob Swan, Intel's CEO, to find out about his vision for the 51-year-old company's future.

Environmental awareness driving rise in plant-based diets: allplants | Squawk Box Europe

Jonathan and Alex Petrides, the brothers who co-founded plant-based meal subscription service allplants, discuss the growing popularity of vegetarian and ...

US delay to some China tariffs is part of Trump's playbook: Strategist | Street Signs Europe

Louise Dudley, global equities portfolio manager at Hermes Investment Management, says the president likely came to a realization that the tariffs would hit U.S. ...

What it would take for Trump to agree to a deal with China | Street Signs Asia

Suresh Tantia of Credit Suisse says the U.S. tariff delay was good news, but doesn't change the narrative. He also says American President Donald Trump will ...

There will be an extension to Article 50, expert says | Capital Connection

At the same time, chances of no-deal have increased and we are entering an uncertain territory in the U.K., says Tom Rogers, head of macro consulting, Asia at ...

This start-up grows food in the desert in Abu Dhabi | Capital Connection

Pure Harvest is an Abu Dhabi based agriculture food start up. CNBC's Dan Murphy reports.

'Food computer' creates artificial climate to grow crops in any condition | Squawk Box Europe

David Mayman, associate director of Method, explains how the company's "Personal Food Computer" uses artificial intelligence to grow crops.

Intel CEO reveals a roadmap for autonomous vehicles | CNBC Conversation

Intel CEO Bob Swan tells CNBC's Arjun Kharpal exactly when he expects to see autonomous vehicles on our roads.

There's no single solution to Singapore's nutritional needs: Expert | Street Signs Asia

Beyond urban farming, Singapore also needs to develop new types of proteins to support nutritional needs, says Benjamin Smith of the Agency for Science, ...