DAVOS
2020
January 21 - 24
RECAP OF #WEF20
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Paid for and presented by Cognizant
January 21, 2020 / 12:30PM CET
Reimagining Leadership in the Digital Age
Digitalization, upstart competitors, the need for agility, and an increasingly diverse and demanding workforce want more from leaders than what most can offer.
January 21, 2020 / 4:45PM CET
Culture Keepers: Pathways to a New Generation
Japanese culture and the arts embrace an innovative mindset and connection to nature. Reuters and our panel of experts will explore the ways this inherent mentality encourages both tradition and a continued emphasis on sustainability - all while inspiring creativity within the next generation.
Sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
January 21, 2020 / 6:15PM CET
Misinformation in Markets and Media
From AI-generated phone calls to deep fake videos, an intensified battle over the spread of false information seems inevitable in a U.S. presidential election year.
OVERHEARD AT DAVOS
"The science and voice of young people is not the center of the conversation, but it needs to be. It is about us and future generations and those who have been affected today."
Thunberg v Trump: A trillion trees is 'not enough'
Greta Thunberg
, 17-year-old climate activist
PODCAST

World@WEF Podcast

In the era of big data, is trust in tech companies being fatally undermined? Lauren Woodman, CEO of nonprofit consortium NetHope and EY chief Carmine Di Sibio tackle that question with host Axel Threlfall. Plus: UC Berkeley's Shafi Goldwasser on making encryption more sophisticated and Volocopter CEO Florian Reuter explains why we should trust his company's flying taxis.

The view from Davos

Davos Today: Friday 2020

On the final day of Davos 2020 we hear from the leaders of Colombia, Finland and the Netherlands, and ask whether there are any signs that U.S. president Donald Trump could be changing his mind on climate change.
Davos Today is sponsored by Refinitiv

Breakingviews in Davos

Viewsroom: Over beers from Davos

At the end of the World Economic Forum, Breakingviews’ three delegates reflected on the highs and lows of the annual gathering of world leaders, corporate executives and do-gooders. Overall, they conclude that Greta outdid Trump, and sustainability is now a boardroom fixture.

The world’s most important person who missed Davos

World leaders, chieftains of giant companies, the wealthiest investors and good people running organisations to save humanity from its excesses attended the World Economic Forum last week. But the most important person was absent from the summit: The Democrat who will challenge...

Do-gooder one-upmanship fuels optimism at Davos

For once, society may tangibly benefit from the do-gooder optimism among global elites at Davos. Corporate chiefs are brimming with purpose. Enterprises ranging from Russian aluminium smelters to Dutch ice cream makers are high on stewardship and sustainability - themes...

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