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Jan 26, 2011
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Will there be charitable action at Davos?

Reuters Editor Jennifer Ablan would like to see a different kind of monetary stimulus come from Davos this year — charitable giving:

Jan 21, 2011
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The new Medicis and a new medieval world

I spoke with Parag Khanna, author of “How to Run the World” and a young global leader of the World Economic Forum, about global imbalances and creating better corporate citizens. The following are some excerpts of our conversation:

KH: Parag, what’s the key issue for you this year at Davos?
PK: The key question is this: whether the WEF can succeed in repositioning itself as an organization about risk issues.

Jan 20, 2011
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Why Davos is not pretentious

Former editor in chief of Business Week, Stephen Adler, explains why Davos is such a gold mine for journalists and talks about his encounters there with Vladimir Putin and Jane Goodall:

Dec 16, 2010
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Video: Bill Schomberg: News from DSK

Economics Editor for Reuters William Schomberg says what the news is from the event with Dominique Strauss-Kahn:

Dec 15, 2010
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There’s still time to post your questions

Our one-on-one with Dominique Strauss-Kahn is just about 24 hours away.

Please join the conversation already underway.  The debate on twitter has heated up.

Amol Agrawal at Mostly Economics is taking questions from his community and will be covering the event, and yes, Mediabistro, intriguing indeed!

Dec 14, 2010
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Agnes Crane’s two questions for DSK

The two questions Reuters Breakingviews columnist Agnes Crane wants Dominique Strauss-Kahn to answer on Thursday:

Dec 10, 2010
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Should DSK run for president of France?

Speculation is swirling around Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s possible run for presidency of France in 2012. Strauss-Kahn is already three years into his term as the managing director of the IMF and has two more to go. But whether he’ll finish his term is the the most looming question right now.

What makes it more plausible that he will run is that he made a bid for the Socialist party’s nomination for the 2007 presidential election. And, recent opinion polls show that DSK would defeat incumbent president, Nicolas Sarkozy, in 2012. Either way, we will know in June of 2011 — candidates must enter the race by then. The Socialist party will select its nominee in the autumn of 2011.