The world’s business and political elite meet this week in Davos for the annual World Economic Forum shindig. Paige Morrow argues they should focus on an end to shareholder primacy to reduce inequality.
The annual Davos meeting kicks off with more than 2,500 members of the global elite discussing the world’s biggest challenges. This year’s theme is “Responsive and Responsible Leadership”, in recognition of the “frustration and discontent [that] are increasing in the segments of society that are not experiencing economic development and social progress”.
The WEF Global Risks Report 2017 identifies the most critical issues facing the world this year. Inequality tops the l
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