Producer - CNN Passion to Portfolio: H. Moser

For two hundred years Swiss watch maker H. Moser & Cie has been hand building luxury time pieces that can take months to come to life.

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Producer - CNN Money English Wines

2016 may have been the year the UK voted to leave the EU but across Southern England's growing vineyards, that hasn't spoilt the hopes for another fruitful harvest. CNN International visited the Chapel Down Winery in Kent to find out why for British vintners, Brexit doesn't necessarily mean sour grapes.

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Producer - CNN Money Brexit boost for tourism

As the pound has weakened against the dollar in the wake of the Brexit vote, one group of people have started to cash in and bag some bargains. American tourists are flocking to the UK, many booking last minute flights, to take advantage of the exchange rate. London's new Mayor, for one, is very happy about that.

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Producer - CNN Money Is Brexit bad for business

Six weeks after the UK Voted for a ‪Brexit‬, the Bank of England is set to vote on interest rates, perhaps cutting them for the first since the credit crunch. There have been many signs the economy is souring but how is British business faring? CNN International went to see how Brompton Bicycle is faring in today’s economic cycle.

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Producer - CNN Money EU Referendum: Fishing

Amid heavy rules and regulations from Brussels, UK Fishermen would like the country to set a course for a Brexit. CNN International visited the fishing port of Whitstable and spoke to sailors about why they feel EU has left their industry high and dry.

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Producer - CNN Money EU Referendum: Farming

Swallowing more resources from Brussels that any sector, agriculture has a lot to lose if the UK votes to leave the EU. But farmers in the South West of England are still tempted by the idea of independence, as Nina dos Santos found out.

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Producer - CNN Money EU Referendum: Family Split

She's in -- he's out. With polls showing Britons are divided on whether to stay inside Europe, Nina dos Santos meets one family of farmers - who despite receiving half their income from the EU - are split on how they will vote.

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Producer - CNN Money EU Referendumn: Ford Motors

Ford EMEA president Jim Farley sits down with CNN's Nina dos Santos about the company's investment in electric vehicles and Ford's stance on Brexit.

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Producer - CNN Money Spain Stalemate

The Spanish economy has been a model of defiance so far this year, recovering against the country's worst political crisis in decades.

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Producer - CNN Money Return of 'Dumbphones'

People like actor Eddie Redmayne are ditching their smartphones in favour of simpler handsets. Self-styled 'dumbphone' users actually use their phones, well -- as a phones. Nina dos Santos looks at this new trend of people switching off from an increasingly connected world.

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Producer - CNN Money Jeppe Gjervig Gram Interview

‘Front running’ and ‘insider trading’ and in Danish hardly sounds like exciting television, but audiences across Europe have been gripped to Follow the Money which concluded this weekend in some countries. Nina dos Santos caught up with the show’s writer Jeppe Gjervig Gram – who also wrote BAFTA award winning political drama Borgen – and began by asking him why he focused on finance for his latest series.

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Producer - CNN Money Finance on Film

Its like a cross between Wolf of Wall Street and The West Wing, Follow the Money is a gripping new Nordic blockbuster that delves into the murky world of finance, corporate crime - and murder. Nina dos Santos spoke to the show's creator about how to make finance interesting for viewers.

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Producer - CNN Money London Games Festival

A new festival that has seen games take over London, hopes to make transform the British capital in to the centre of the world's $81 billion gaming industry.

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Producer - CNN Money EU Referendum: Britain worse off?

British Chancellor George Osborne said a vote to leave the European Union would do permanent damage to the country's economy. But supporters of a Brexit say the EU will hold Britain back.

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Producer - CNN Money First Female Master Tailor

Britain's first female master tailor has opened a shop on London's famous Savile Row as the number of women in the industry grows

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Producer - CNN Money Panama Papers

A massive document leak connected to Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca allegedly links heads of state and FIFA officials to secret accounts. CNNMoney's Nina dos Santos explains.

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Producer - CNN Money Shell Companies

Shell companies: where the world's richest hide their cash. Kellie Morgan explains how easy it is to set one up.

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Producer - CNN Money UK Oil Bonanza

Oil is now flowing freely from a well in the south of England, just under a year since it was discovered near Gatwick airport. Sitting on a potential 124bn barrels of oil, CNNMoney's Nina dos Santos reports on the prospect of whether a "Dallas" style oil bonanza may be coming to Great Britain's countryside.

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Producer - CNN Money Negative Interest Rates

Central Banks around the world are experimenting negative interest rates in a bid to develop their economies. With institutions battling persistent low growth and inflation, below zero borrowing costs are seen as the image of monetary policy, but as Nina dos Santos reports will it create the picture perfect economy?

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Producer - CNN Money Gold glitters for investors

Poor performances on the stock exchanges and the plunging price of oil is leading investors to be drawn to the glitter of gold. To capitalise on the interest in the metal, London's oldest gold trader Sharps Pixley has opened its first one stop shop for those wishing to buy, bars, coins and even big bullion.

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Producer - CNN Money 'Set Jetters' flock to UK

Tourists are flocking to the UK to visit locations used in 'Star Wars,' 'Harry Potter' and 'Games of Thrones,' contributing millions to the UK economy.

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Producer - CNN Money Europe's last open outcry trading floor

For 139 years the London Metal Exchange (LME) has been at the centre of the global market for base metals such as aluminium and copper, and is the only financial exchange in Europe still trading using the open outcry method.

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Producer - CNN Money Murdoch Hall Engagement

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 84, and former model Jerry Hall, 59, announced their engagement in The Times.

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Producer - CNN Money ECB Options

The European Central Bank looks set to inject lots more money into the eurozone. CNN's Isa Soares looks at what options are available to policy makers to help lift the European economy.

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Producer - CNN Money Black Friday Backlash

Several retailers here in the UK are shunning Black Friday events this year, after their stores descended into chaos and violence in 2014. For some it was simply frenzy and the stampedes was just too much. For others the event just didn't provide enough of a profit to make it worth all the drama. But some stores are still persevering, and Isa Soares reports it's going to take some time for this U.S. export to find its place with some UK shoppers.

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Producer - CNN Money Vodafone CEO Interview

Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao sits down with CNN's Isa Soares to explain why a Brexit would be bad for his company.

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Producer - CNN Money Bond Villain's Jaguar

The striking orange Jaguar C-X75 driven by Dave Bautista in the new James Bond film SPECTRE attempts to steals the show from Aston Martin DB10. Like the Aston, movie goers may not recognise the Jaguar as both supercar are concept cars created specially for Bond and will never make the production line.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: LVMH

As Head of LVMH's Watch Division Jean-Claude Biver is responsible for icon Swiss watch brands like Hublot, Tag Heuer and Zenith. CNN's Isa Soares spoke to Biver and began by asking him about the challenges of managing the three different brands in an increasingly digital world.

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Producer - CNN Money Portugal Elections

Portugal will go to the polls this weekend in a general election that is being viewed as a referendum on austerity. The choice for voters: continue with the centre right government of Pedro Passos Coelho or, the uncertainty of a new government led by Socialist Party Candidate, Antonio Costa. In exchange for a €78bn bailout from the EU the county has faced steep tax hikes and sweeping economic reforms. Fatigued by austerity and disenchanted with politics CNN’s Isa Soares looks at what this elections means for the country and austerity.

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Producer - CNN Emissions Testing

After Volkswagen admitted that they cheated on emissions tests involving about 11 million diesel vehicles, there is more scrutiny than ever on emissions testing. Governments worldwide rely on the car makers, to police themselves when it comes to emissions. CNN's Sherisse Pham visits one independent test house who says its test results are far more accurate than those found in a lab.

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Producer - CNN Gett Taxi App

In the highly competitive taxi market of the British capital, through app Gett, London's famous black cabs are fighting back Uber and are now offering fixed prices as well as substantial discounts. Isa Soares spoke to Gett CEO, Remo Gerber about how the service differentiates itself from other transport apps in London and 52 cities around the world.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Tata Group

With revenues of $108 billion, the Tata group is a global powerhouse, but is better known for the individual brands and companies the organisation owns: Corus, Jaguar Land Rover and Tetley tea to name a few. Isa Soares spoke to Nirmalya Kumar, a member of the Group Executive Council of Tata Sons, about how the DNA and unique identity of those individual brands is more important to the company and consumers over being recognised as part of the Tata group.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup is underway and is expected to attract huge audiences from around the world. While it is easy to engage the world's estimated 6.6 million players in the tournament, the challenge for organisers is to bring in new audiences and participants to the sport. CNN's Isa Soares spoke to Managing Director of England 2015, Stephen Brown

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Land Rover

Land Rover vehicles are instantly recognisable around the world. Known for their heritage, off road capability and engineering integrity the manufacturer is setting itself apart in an increasingly crowded SUV market through design. Isa Soares spoke Land Rover’s Chief Creative Officer Gerry McGovern about how design is key to communicating the brand to consumers.

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Producer - Rugby World Cup Interview

The 2015 Rugby World Cup is one of the biggest sporting fixtures on the international calendar. For 44 days, 20 nations will compete in 13 stadiums around the UK for the chance of lifting the William Webb Ellis trophy. CNN's Isa Soares speaks to the Managing Director of England 2015, Stephen Brown, about the challenges of organising an event of this magnitude.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Ryanair

For a long time Ryanair was considered a brand that consumers loved to hate. The airline has spent 2 years rebranding and redefining its entire customer experience, including a new website, app and social strategy. Isa Soares spoke to Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer who is leading the company's changes.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Eurostar

Since starting in 1994 Eurostar, the first train to carry passengers under the sea, has taken over 150mn people between major European cities. Isa Soares speaks to Lionel Benbassat the Chief Marketing Officer of the company about the challenges of creating geographical, cultural and business links for a huge range of travellers while remaining a brand that is truly European.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: QVC

CNN's Nina dos Santos speaks to Sue Leeson, the Global Brand Experience Vice-President of the shopping channel QVC about the phenomenal similarities of shopping habits around the world and how they use celebrity endorsements to create a unique relationship with consumers.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Heineken

Nina dos Santos speaks to Hans Erik Tuijt, Global Sponsorship Director of Heineken about their sponsorship of global sporting events such as UEFA Champions League and what opportunities and challenges those deals pose for a brand.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Mind Candy

Nina dos Santos speaks to Darren Garnham, Chief Commercial Officer at London based games developer Mind Candy, the company behind Moshi Monsters and World of Warriors. Garnham explains the challenges of maintaining a brand in an ever changing digital space, especially when their ideal consumer is aged between 6 and 12.

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Producer - CNN Money eBook trends

With more and more readers consuming their content online, today’s change of habits is re-writing the code of traditional publishing. CNN's Nina dos Santos meets one London author – tipped as the next JK Rowling- who having gathered millions of fans by self-publishing has now landed a six figure book deal with movie rights on the cards too.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Unilever

Behind the Brand: CNN's Nina dos Santos speaks to Keith Weed, CMO of the world's largest supplier of consumer goods, Unilever.

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Producer - CNN Money Brands: Diageo

Behind the Brand: Overseeing a portfolio of more than 400 brands, CNN's Nina dos Santos interviews the CMO of Diageo, Syl Saller

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Producer - CNN Zimbabwe Currency

Starting next week Zimbabweans will be able to start exchanging quadrillions of local dollars for a few U.S. dollars, as the country ditches it's virtually worthless national currency. While it marks the official dropping of the currency, transactions in the southern African nation have been made using mainly the U.S. dollar and rand of neighbouring South Africa for the last six years.

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Producer - CNN 'Flash Crash' Hearing

Court reporter for CNN as Navinder Singh Sarao, appeared before Westminster Magistrates' Court accused of illegal trading linked to the 2010 "Flash Crash".


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Producer - CNN UK Election Economy

With the main parties having now released their manifestos for the UK election, the economy is at the forefront of voters and investors minds. CNN's Nina dos Santos looks at what the politicians plan to do about getting Britain firmly back on track.

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Producer - CNN Jean-Claude Biver Interview

TAG Heuer to launch a Swiss smartwatch powered by Intel technology and Android Wear.

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Producer - CNN MSC CEO Interview

In a rare interview Diego Aponte, CEO of Mediterranean Shipping Company, tells us how 'Oscar' will be the most efficient vessel on the planet.

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Producer - CNN Money QE comes to the EU

ECB chief Mario Draghi: 1.1 trillion euro stimulus plan already boosting the economy

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Producer - CNN Money Greece: Better off?

Greece's 4-month extension on debt repayments may be ratified Tuesday, but is it a step towards recovery or is it moving the problem further down the road?

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Producer - CNN Greece House of Cards

The house of cards, a metaphor almost built for the Eurozone. From the outside it's an impressive and cohesive structure, but actually may be something that is weak, fragile and easily toppled. Nina dos Santos looks at how Greece could potentially bring down the Eurozone House of Cards

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Producer - CNN Greece Russia

Will an array of issues force Russia and Greece into each other's arms. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.

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Producer - CNN Money Boyhood Interview

Shot over 12 years its production is unprecedented for a narrative film as is the way it was funded. Jonathan Sehring, the producer behind Boyhood tells Nina dos Santos he would do it again 'in a heartbeat'.

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Producer - CNN Money Filming in the UK

Star Wars Episode 7, Guardians of the Galaxy, and James Bond SPECTRE are just some of the latest blockbusters filming in Britain. Its wide range of locations and lucrative tax breaks makes Britain a haven for Hollywood producers and has created a billion dollar industry that employs almost 6% of the local workforce.

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Producer - CNN Money BAFTA CEO

As the film industry gears up for the 68th BAFTAs, the last big award ceremony before the Oscars, Nina dos Santos speaks to Amanda Berry the CEO of BAFTA on how they compete with the Oscars.

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Producer - CNN Money Greece: What Next?

Talks in Athens on Friday start the painful process of helping Greece, but how can the new government end austerity?

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Producer - CNN Money Eurozone Timeline

The euro, the dream of many a politician, was established in 1992 and adopted on January 1, 1999. But in the years following it became a nightmare for many of Europe's citizens. Nina dos Santos looks at the timeline of some of the key events as the threat of another eurozone crisis looms on the horizon.

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Producer - CNN Money Black Friday Brawls

A quintessential American shopping event is now becoming a firm fixture on the U.K. retail calendar. Jim Boulden looks at the global spread of Black Friday.

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Producer - CNN Money Duke of York Interview

Britain's Prince Andrew is bringing together entrepreneurs and big businesses.

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Producer - CNN Money Hilton Hotels

Hilton Executive Jim Holthouser says Hilton's new collection of independent and boutique hotels will bring a more local and authentic experience to travellers.

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