02:17 PM GMT, March 26th, 2014

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(CNN) -  Prudential CEO Tidjane Thiam opens up about his reading habits and preference for tablets.

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02:32 PM GMT, March 25th, 2014

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(CNN) -  CNN's Zain Verjee explores how the Kakira Sugar factory is providing sweet returns in more ways than one.

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06:45 PM GMT, March 21st, 2014

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(CNN) -  CNN's Samuel Burke looks at the vast array of sites owned by Alibaba and compares them to their western counterparts.

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02:46 PM GMT, March 11th, 2014

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(CNN) -  Lebanese entrepreneurs Serene Abbas and Narina Najm explain how hard it was to set up their online business in Lebanon, where Internet connectivity is among the slowest in the world.

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04:57 PM GMT, March 4th, 2014

(CNN) - Julius Baer Group CEO Boris Collardi discusses emerging markets, Asia's wealth management trends and Italy's economy. Collardi says there was an "unfocused sell-off" at the end of 2013 - and investors are now returning to emerging markets.

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11:51 AM GMT, February 26th, 2014

As chief futurist at Intel Labs, Steve Brown envisions future trends in technology and business. From driverless cars to human-like robots, Brown says the next decade will bring innovations that have so far been seen only in the world of science fiction.

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05:03 PM GMT, February 11th, 2014

(CNN) - When Christopher Luxon became Air New Zealand CEO, he focused on growth and profitability without losing sight of the customers’ needs, and earned his company numerous industry awards. While Luxon says there is always room for improvement, he admits that translating every new idea into dollars isn’t always easy.

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02:26 PM GMT, January 28th, 2014

(CNN) – The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong blends tradition and innovation to raise its guest experience to new heights. CEO Clement Kwok explains how the hotel's $58 million renovation boosted three key areas – design, technology, and service.

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04:57 PM GMT, January 23rd, 2014

A nonprofit organization in Mexico called Envia is helping women in poverty by providing microloans. Envia founder Carlos Topete told CNN that he was inspired to start the organization by 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, who pioneered the idea of microloans, small loans for poor borrowers with a zero rate of interest.

The program was launched in 2008 with 12 women and operating with Topete's own money. In three years, it has grown to serve 260 women in five different communities in the valley of Oaxaca. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

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03:02 PM GMT, January 15th, 2014

(CNN) - During their heyday at the start of this century, emerging markets were often referred to as the "engines of global growth."  I can almost hear them revving back up again, but let's not refer to what we are witnessing as a high speed recovery.

It's more like a recovery at a reasonable speed limit.

The latest World Bank global outlook suggests they will climb back above 5% - hitting 5.3% -  which is up 0.5% over last year, but more than 2% below their pre-financial crisis run rate of 7.5%.

Once one digs through the numbers you will find that not all emerging markets are created equal.  This rings true in the BRICS economies themselves.  China, under the relatively new leadership of President Xi and Premier Li, will hum along at a projected 7.7% in 2014.  India is recovering from a near decade long low to hit nearly 6%.  In fact, we should give a collective cheer to Asia, with regional growth pegged at 7.2%. FULL POST

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