Davos day three and there’s plenty more to see.
These three things are going to have a significant impact on the wider world.
It’s all still happening in Davos! Here’s what to look out for on day two of the 47th annual World Economic Forum.
There’s a whole lot of things going on in Davos today.
As the global elite descend on Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum, Verdict is keeping an eye on which celebrities are making an appearance.
These three things are going to have an effect on the wider world.
These three things are going to have an impact on the wider world.
The UK’s vote last June to quit the European Union is set to be a key theme at this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland next week.
Climate change is set to rank alongside income inequality and societal polarisation as a top trend for 2017, according to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Risks Report 2017.
Global trade has boomed in the last few years and for many countries it is expected to continue to climb.
There was blood on the high street this morning after Next — the first retailer ahead of a flurry to divulge their Christmas trading performance — warned this coming year was not going to be good.
Bitcoin is on a tear.
Super Mario Run — Nintendo’s first official foray on to the mobile platform (Pokemon Go doesn’t count) — has broken mobile gaming records but investors aren’t sure what to think.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to buy Bank of America’s MBNA credit-card business in the UK for £1.9bn ($2.4bn), targeting expansion in the consumer finance market.
Next year the cloud wars that have pitted Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce and Oracle against each other will go stratospheric.
Fuel sales in the UK dropped to their lowest in two years last month, blamed on the biggest price jump since 2011.
UK consumer future sentiment increased in December as consumers got into the festive spirit and shrugged off fears of a worsening UK economy.