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We've been through one of the most challenging times: Samsung

Jean-Daniel Ayme, head of Samsung's mobile division in Europe, discusses the company's exploding Note 7 fiasco as it launches two Galaxy tablets at MWC.


Transparency issues could be risk in OBOR: Academic

Companies involved in the One Belt, One Road project could face "capital deployment" issues, says Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at NUS Business School.


71% don't think label China will be labeled a currency manipulator: Survey

China only meets one of the Treasury's currency manipulation criteria. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah takes a closer look.


Warren Buffett and Steve Jobs recruited her. Here's Sue Decker's best advice for getting ahead

Sue Decker is one of the few people that some of the top U.S. companies seek for guidance.


Trump says he won't attend White House Correspondent's dinner amid testy relations with media

Amid a growing controversy over his relationship with the press, the newly elected president will bail on one of Washington's premier events.


A healthy diet should be based on your personality and not 'one size fits all,' this author says

"Biggest Loser" trainer and author Jen Widerstrom said it's important to create a diet and fitness plan based on your personality, she explains to CNBC.


Cramer’s Exec Cut: One company that’s not afraid of Amazon

Jim Cramer spoke with top executives about the impact of Amazon, the fate of retail and innovation in U.S. energy production


Here’s a work perk you don’t see in America: Paid ‘sex breaks’

One Swedish politician wants to ramp up work perks with a paid midday ‘sex break.’


Even the Mad Men could be replaced by machines someday

Advertising agencies are using AI to create better ads, and one day machines may understand people better than they do themselves.


Here's the one word great CEOs never use

Gokul Rajaram has worked for Google, Facebook and Square. And here's the word he noticed that great CEOs never use.