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Credit Suisse salaries are unbelieveable: Hans Jacob Heitz

Swiss lawyer Hans Jacob Heitz expresses his frustrations with Credit Suisse's performance and the compensation packages being paid to executives.

Source: CNBC.com

'Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 is step in right direction'

Banque Internationale a Luxembourg's Hans Goetti reckons that investors will be attracted to Saudi Arabia if it successfully transitions away from oil.

Source: CNBC.com

Is the PC dead?

Mizuho Securities Managing Director Vijay Rakesh and Raymond James Analyst Hans Mosesmann discuss the virtual reality market and if it can save Intel.

Source: CNBC.com

UPDATE 2-Ericsson shares hit by weak first quarter, plans shake-up

STOCKHOLM, April 21- First quarter sales and profit for Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson fell short of forecasts on Thursday, sending its shares more than 10 percent lower and lending added urgency to plans to reorganize its business. "We are not satisfied with our overall growth and profitability development over past years," Chief Executive Hans...

Source: Reuters

More headwinds ahead for Ericsson?

Ericsson CEO, Hans Vestberg talks to CNBC about its outlook on foreign exchange and whether there are any headwinds facing the company.

Source: CNBC.com

Ericsson is in transformation phase: CEO

Ericsson CEO, Hans Vestberg talks about the company’s latest earnings report and how it is handling a changing environment in the tech and telecoms space.

Source: CNBC.com

The future of online streaming

Hans-Holger Albrecht, CEO of Deezer, talks about what sets his company's streaming platform apart from rivals Spotify and Apple Music.

Source: CNBC.com

UPDATE 2-Next ECB president must be German, Merkel's Bavarian allies say

BERLIN, April 18- The next European Central Bank president should come from Germany, German conservative politicians said on Monday, ramping up pressure on what they see as too much free-spending by the ECB and not enough rigour. Germany also has a long history of preferring strict fiscal and monetary policy. Hans-Peter Friedrich, a leading lawmaker for the...

Source: Reuters

Raymond James upgrades Micron to strong buy

Hans Mosesmann, Raymond James analyst, explains the bull case for Micron as Raymond James upgrades the name to a strong buy.

Source: CNBC.com

VW's bonus cuts modest for a German blue-chip in crisis

FRANKFURT/ BERLIN, April 13- The apparent reluctance of Volkswagen managers to give up their bonuses amid the carmaker's biggest ever corporate scandal has sparked outrage among the German public and shareholders who have suffered heavy losses. "The VW affair has many losers and one winner: Hans Dieter Poetsch" business daily Handelsblatt wrote in a...

Source: Reuters