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Jorgen Vig Knudstorp reveals how author Roger Martin has influenced his leadership philosophy.
The demand for South African food and beverage is growing in an unlikely place. CNN's Jon Jensen reports.
Prince William said at the World Bank that "time is not on our side" in the effort to stop the illegal wildlife trade.
The company's East African GM talks about growth opportunities for multinationals looking to gain a foothold on the continent.
Samaria Rice, whose 12-year-old son was fatally shot by police, publicly speaks to the media publicly for the first time.
CNN's Soni Methu meets Shakeel Shabbir Ahmed, one of the country's few MPs of Asian origin.
A massive fire has shut down the 101 freeway in downtown Los Angeles.
Ahead of the release of the torture report former President George W. Bush rebuts any claims that diminishes the CIA.
The Duchess of Cambridge attends an event in Harlem during her weekend trip to New York.
CNN's Soni Methu travels along the path of the Uganda Railway and explores how this group has contributed to Kenya.
CNN's Ben Wedeman has the latest details on Israel's recent airstrikes in Syria.
The historic Uganda railway holds immense meaning for a group of Africans. CNN's Soni Methu reports.
CNN's Jim Sciutto interviews outgoing Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel from Afghanistan.
Saturday Night Live mocked Star Wars aging actors as they return back for the upcoming film series.
The pending release of a CIA "torture report" has officials putting U.S. bases on increased security alert.
A young ALS patient reveals the realities of the disease in order to raise awareness and money for research.
Pres. Obama meets Prince William in the Oval Office before his address to World Bank members in Washington.
CNN's Brian Stelter and UVA Professor Susan Fraiman discuss what's next for Rolling Stone Magazine and UVA.
Ghanaian businessman Alhaji Mustapha Oti Boateng on building schools for Ghana's youth.
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