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As in-person networking returns, it is time to reassess the benefits of corporate schmoozing
Klaus Schwab’s group hopes to finally resume in-person gatherings after being upended by the pandemic
The addictions and the contradictions that lie at the heart of the circus that is the World Economic Forum.
Gathering had been moved from Switzerland but Covid concerns have flared in Asian city state
Vaccine nationalism will make it harder to revive the world economy
Lee Hsien Loong cautions of ‘generational twilight struggle’
More than 2.3m if country’s healthcare workers have received a Covid-19 jab
Israel’s leader sees long race ahead between Covid vaccinations and mutations
Ursula von der Leyen calls for US to join clampdown on Big Tech
In-person events will be back and that is — mostly — good news
World Economic Forum to hold 2021 event outside Switzerland for only second time in 20 years
Next annual gathering will be smaller, later — and in Lucerne
Annual landmark of global power brokers’ calendar pushed back to next summer
World Economic Forum tests desire for networking in a post-coronavirus world
Chancellor says does not want to move UK regulation away from EU for sake of it
Executives urge tax cuts and increased spending as favoured path to economic growth
UK chancellor says EU deal the priority but US warns of car tariffs in tech tax row
Talk of putting stakeholders first ignores mistrust among employees
Fifty annual meetings on, forum’s creator argues that it is now more needed than ever
Trump officials threaten tariffs if London does not back down
Financial services leaders reject demand that they should refuse to work with major polluters
Authorities suggest agents posed as tradesmen in order to bug world leaders
Antitrust, privacy issues and ‘technology for good’ feature on World Economic Forum agenda
Downward revision will cast shadow over opening of World Economic Forum in Swiss resort
And why meaningful corporate-specific targets are needed if social impact objectives are to be achieved.