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Cyber Rated as Top Three Economic Risk for 2017 - Infosecurity Magazine;

Cyber Rated as Top Three Economic Risk for 2017 - Infosecurity Magazine

Infosecurity MagazineCyber Rated as Top Three Economic Risk for 2017Infosecurity MagazineConnected devices and the potential for cyber-attacks has featured as one of the top risks for 2017. While economic inequality, societal polarization and intensifying environmental dangers were identified as some of the top risk trends in the World ...and more »

Weaponised AI, IoT hacking among tech threats, says World Economic Forum - ZDNet;

Weaponised AI, IoT hacking among tech threats, says World Economic Forum - ZDNet

ZDNetWeaponised AI, IoT hacking among tech threats, says World Economic ForumZDNetExecutives across the globe list cyber as the biggest risk facing their businesses. Image: iStock. The rise of new and emerging technologies are driving new forms of cyberattacks which will expose businesses to threats they're unprepared to face, the ...and more »

Chinese President Xi to Promote Globalization at Davos - Breitbart News;

Chinese President Xi to Promote Globalization at Davos - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsChinese President Xi to Promote Globalization at DavosBreitbart NewsChina's President Xi Jinping will promote “inclusive globalization” at this month's World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos and will warn that populist approaches can lead to “war and poverty”, Chinese officials said on Wednesday. This year's forum, from Jan.and more »

Brian Mehling, MD, US orthopedic trauma surgeon, stem cell researcher, founder of Blue Horizon International to ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Brian Mehling, MD, US orthopedic trauma surgeon, stem cell researcher, founder of Blue Horizon International to ...PR Newswire (press release)NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Brian Mehling, M.D., world-renowned stem cell researcher, board-certified orthopedic trauma surgeon, and founder of Blue Horizon International (BHI), will be attending the 47th Annual World Economic Forum ...and more »

From Brexit to Trump, polarisation heightens risk: WEF - The Sydney Morning Herald;

From Brexit to Trump, polarisation heightens risk: WEF - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldFrom Brexit to Trump, polarisation heightens risk: WEFThe Sydney Morning HeraldRising inequality and social polarisation are set to shape world developments for the next decade after contributing to Britain's decision to leave the European Union and the ballot-box success of US president-elect Donald Trump, the World Economic ...and more »

Populism, Inequality are Primary Risk to Global Economy - Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Populism, Inequality are Primary Risk to Global EconomyHellenic Shipping News WorldwideThe rising income gap and growing rifts in Western societies that led to the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote are the main global risks, according to a report by the World Economic Forum ahead of its annual forum in Davos next week. Climate ...and more »

#FightInequality: Week of Action Aims to Tackle 'Crisis Reaching New Extremes' - Common Dreams (press release);

#FightInequality: Week of Action Aims to Tackle 'Crisis Reaching New Extremes' - Common Dreams (press release)

Common Dreams (press release)#FightInequality: Week of Action Aims to Tackle 'Crisis Reaching New Extremes'Common Dreams (press release)Protesters demand improved wages at an action in New York City in 2014. (Photo: UFCW International Union/flickr/cc). Economic inequality tops the list of global risks, the World Economic Forum (WEF) said Wednesday, just ahead of a global week of action ...and more »

China Is Now The De Facto Leader Of Globalization - Huffington Post;

China Is Now The De Facto Leader Of Globalization - Huffington Post

Huffington PostChina Is Now The De Facto Leader Of GlobalizationHuffington PostWith Donald Trump in office, Xi Jinping will become the foremost proponent of an open global economy and the battle against climate change. By Nathan Gardels. POOL New / Reuters. President Xi Jinping will be the first Chinese leader to attend Davos ...and more »

China to promote inclusive globalisation at Davos - The Straits Times;

China to promote inclusive globalisation at Davos - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesChina to promote inclusive globalisation at DavosThe Straits TimesChina's President Xi Jinping speaks to his Gabonese counterpart Ali Bongo Ondimba during a meeting in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Dec 7, 2016. PHOTO: AFP. Divided societies, rising populism and fears for the world's climate top the list ...and more »

Here are the five biggest risks facing the global economy - Telegraph.co.uk;

Here are the five biggest risks facing the global economy - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHere are the five biggest risks facing the global economyTelegraph.co.ukPolarised societies, "weaponised" gadgets and a backlash against globalisation are three of the biggest risks facing the global economy over the next decade, according to the World Economic Forum. Ahead of its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, next ...and more »

Davos meet: It's threein a row for Naidu - The Hindu

Davos meet: It's threein a row for NaiduThe HinduVIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will participate in 47th meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos Klosters in Switzerland from January 17-20. WEF Managing Board member Philipp Rosler had invited Mr. Naidu in November ...and more »

Xi to Stress China's 'Responsible' Global Role in Davos - Wall Street Journal;

Xi to Stress China's 'Responsible' Global Role in Davos - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalXi to Stress China's 'Responsible' Global Role in DavosWall Street JournalXi Jinping is set to be the first Chinese president to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland, in a bid to present China as a benevolent global power amid differences with the incoming Trump administration. Photo: Getty. By. Mark Magnier.and more »

Rising Income Inequality Is Throwing The Future Of Capitalism Into Question, Says World Economic Forum - Forbes;

Rising Income Inequality Is Throwing The Future Of Capitalism Into Question, Says World Economic Forum - Forbes

ForbesRising Income Inequality Is Throwing The Future Of Capitalism Into Question, Says World Economic ForumForbesThe widening gap between the rich and poor has emerged as one of the biggest threats to the global economy, said the World Economic Forum in a report published on Wednesday, with its disruptive potential contributing to the Brexit vote and Donald ...and more »

Peter Schweizer: Your money is being used to help bankroll the World Economic Forum in Davos. Why? - Fox News;

Peter Schweizer: Your money is being used to help bankroll the World Economic Forum in Davos. Why? - Fox News

Fox NewsPeter Schweizer: Your money is being used to help bankroll the World Economic Forum in Davos. Why?Fox NewsLater this month hundreds of private jets are expected to descend on a small town in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland, for a few brief days. ADVERTISEMENT. They will be carrying the elite of the elite, who will be attending the World Economic ...and more »

Economic Collapse Next? The Globalists and Elitists at The World Economic Forum Claim Capitalism Needs Urgent ... - The Christian Truther;

Economic Collapse Next? The Globalists and Elitists at The World Economic Forum Claim Capitalism Needs Urgent ... - The Christian Truther

The Christian TrutherEconomic Collapse Next? The Globalists and Elitists at The World Economic Forum Claim Capitalism Needs Urgent ...The Christian TrutherA week ahead of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual meeting, Davos 2017, the globalists and elitists released their flagship annual report for 2017, which paints the reformation of capitalism as the most important topic. The group surveyed 750 ...and more »

Technology threatens to wipe out jobs and destroy businesses - The Times (subscription);

Technology threatens to wipe out jobs and destroy businesses - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Technology threatens to wipe out jobs and destroy businessesThe Times (subscription)Tighter regulation of technology is needed to counter the threat to security and society from the rapid pace of innovation, the World Economic Forum has warned. Technological advance poses a risk to employment that could undermine existing social ...and more »

Xi Jinping to become the first Chinese president to attend WEF in Davos - The Guardian;

Xi Jinping to become the first Chinese president to attend WEF in Davos - The Guardian

The GuardianXi Jinping to become the first Chinese president to attend WEF in DavosThe GuardianXi Jinping is expected to criticise Donald Trump's trade policies at Davos. Photograph: Xinhua/Rex/Shutterstock. Davos 2017. Xi Jinping to become the first Chinese president to attend WEF in Davos. President will lead delegation of business executives ...and more »

Longevity, inadequate retirement planning cited as looming dangers in economic report - Pensions & Investments;

Longevity, inadequate retirement planning cited as looming dangers in economic report - Pensions & Investments

Pensions & InvestmentsLongevity, inadequate retirement planning cited as looming dangers in economic reportPensions & InvestmentsThere is an urgent need to respond to the opportunities and threats posed by increased longevity, and retirement arrangements and social protection must be adapted to new-style employment patterns, warns the Global Risk Report 2017.and more »

World Economic Forum: Biggest Risk Over Next Decade Is Rising Inequality, Social Polarization - Benzinga;

World Economic Forum: Biggest Risk Over Next Decade Is Rising Inequality, Social Polarization - Benzinga

BenzingaWorld Economic Forum: Biggest Risk Over Next Decade Is Rising Inequality, Social PolarizationBenzingaThe World Economic Forum released its annual assessment of global risks Wednesday. According to Bloomberg, the report said rising inequality and social polarization will dominate risk headlines over the next 10 years. The report said that world leaders ...and more »

Davos 2017 - WEF, Wrongly, Says Inequality Is An Increasing Problem Globally - Forbes

Davos 2017 - WEF, Wrongly, Says Inequality Is An Increasing Problem GloballyForbesWe're coming up to the World Economic Forum at Davos again so we get all of their breathless studies of what are the world's major global problems. And as ever they're right in tune with the zeitgeit and also entirely wrong factually. This year they're ...and more »