Monthly Archives: January 2017

Susheel Koul: Fitbit overtime, ‘wefie’ moments and my last takeaways from Davos

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Susheel-KoulThis being my first time at Davos, I arrived not knowing exactly what to expect. It was an eye-opening experience – the security systems, evening parties, protocols, choosing sessions, cold weather management with temperatures of around -18 degrees Celsius at times … My Fitbit watch had to work overtime – clocking an average… Read More

Sheila Penrose: Business optimism and hopes for emerging clarity

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Sheila PenroseA few reflections as I leave the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos…

In the U.S. and UK, voters have changed economic policies to be more internally focused, and China is stepping up to fill the international vacuum.

There’s a shift from monetary to fiscal stimulus, as tax policies and infrastructure investments play a greater… Read More