Summers: The Euro is worth saving

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers speaks with Reuters Chrystia Freeland about the European Union’s chances for survival during a discussion at The University of Western Ontario.

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers speaks with Reuters Chrystia Freeland about the European Union's chances for survival during a discussion at The University of Western Ontario.

Stories of intuition and hope

Infosys’ head honcho S.D. Shibulal revealed he is an INTJ type.  It is hardly surprising then that Shibu, as he likes to be called, was one of the pioneers of the Global Delivery Model – corporate…

Infosys’ head honcho S.D. Shibulal revealed he is an INTJ type.  It is hardly surprising then that Shibu, as he likes to be called, was one of the pioneers of the Global Delivery Model – corporate...

A garage, a beaker and a Bunsen burner

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, one of India’s most influential businesswomen and among the world’s most powerful women, says she’s an accidental entrepreneur. Mazumdar-Shaw has shown that modest garage…

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, one of India’s most influential businesswomen and among the world’s most powerful women, says she’s an accidental entrepreneur. Mazumdar-Shaw has shown that modest garage...

The Finance Crisis: Part Three

At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Robert Rubin, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, shares his thoughts on the EU debt crisis, the pros and…

At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Robert Rubin, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, shares his thoughts on the EU debt crisis, the pros and cons of the United States and the impact of Occupy Wall Street, with Chrystia Freeland, Global Editor-at-Large of Reuters.

The challenges of India’s industrialization

Professor Ashutosh Varshney of Brown University analyzes the current state of India’s democratic system as well as the strengths and challenges in this rapidly growing nation. Full interview.

Professor Ashutosh Varshney of Brown University analyzes the current state of India's democratic system as well as the strengths and challenges in this rapidly growing nation. Full interview.

The Finance Crisis: Part Two

In this panel discussion from “The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward,” Reuters’ Chrystia Freeland moderates a conversation focused on the success of Canada’s financial system through global economic turmoil and what lesso…

In this panel discussion from "The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward," Reuters' Chrystia Freeland moderates a conversation focused on the success of Canada's financial system through global economic turmoil and what lessons can be learned by countries with less healthy financial systems. Panelists: Ted Price, Assistant Superintendent, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada, Gordon Nixon, President and CEO, RBC Financial Group, CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers, Tom Glocer, CEO Thomson Reuters and Nicolas Veron, Senior Fellow, Bruegel and Visiting Senior Fellow Peterson Institute.

Global model for regulation? Try Canada

How do we get the world’s largest economies on the same page moving forward with regulation? CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers outlines some of the progress and challenges the U.S. has had and Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer touts Canada as a template for…

How do we get the world's largest economies on the same page moving forward with regulation? CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers outlines some of the progress and challenges the U.S. has had and Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer touts Canada as a template for a great country in which to do business in.

Financial regulation: to study or ignore history

OSFI Assistant superintendent Ted Price explains that most regulation is based on previous history, something that Gordon Nixon of RBC Financial Group points out as looking in the wrong direction.

OSFI Assistant superintendent Ted Price explains that most regulation is based on previous history, something that Gordon Nixon of RBC Financial Group points out as looking in the wrong direction.

The positives of the U.S.

What does the U.S. have going for it? At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Robert Rubin, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, tells Chrystia Fr…

What does the U.S. have going for it? At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Robert Rubin, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, tells Chrystia Freeland what he believes are the U.S.'s good points while also assessing what it needs to do to improve.

The impact of Occupy Wall Street

The Occupy Wall Street protests has enlarged the spotlight on the financial district’s questionable practices that have contributed to the country’s economic downturn. At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and th…

The Occupy Wall Street protests has enlarged the spotlight on the financial district's questionable practices that have contributed to the country's economic downturn. At a panel discussion called, The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Robert Rubin, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, sat down with Chrystia Freeland and told her what he thinks of the Occupy Wall Street movement.