Confusing maps, traffic jams and road works... Our guest has built her career out of those annoyances. Corinne Vigreux is one of the four founders of the navigation company TomTom. But as smartphones and even tablet computers begin offering similar services, will the company remain relevant? She speaks to Markus Karlsson on The Business Interview.
In a world that is becoming more and more connected, and where smartphones and tablets sales are increasing, it is easier than ever to be online while you're on the move. Markus Karlsson talks to one CEO who wants to cash in on that trend. Hans Vestberg is the head of Ericsson, the world's largest supplier of mobile phone infrastructure.
Markus Karlsson talks to Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute of International Economics, an influential think-tank. He's also a former policymaker at the Bank of England. He underlines the slow recovery of Europe and the role that austerity has played.
At the 14th International Oil Summit in Paris, the head of OPEC, Abdullah al-Badri, tells France 24 that current oil prices are "comfortable" for both producers and consumers, claiming that the current price is high enough for producers to invest but not too high to hinder the world economy.