The leaders of the world economy expressed cautious optimism over the prospects for the global economy this year as the Davos forum wrapped up on Saturday.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/cautious-optimism-on-world-economy-1.1636951#.UuUO-KL8IfY

The leaders of the world economy expressed cautious optimism over the prospects for the global economy this year as the Davos forum wrapped up on Saturday. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/cautious-optimism-on-world-economy-1.1636951#.UuUO-KL8IfY

The World Economic Forum, where only 16 percent of the delegates this year are women, on Saturday heard impassioned arguments for gender quotas to boost female participation in the workplace.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/davos-boys-club-hears-call-for-gender-quotes-1.1636955#.UuUONqL8IfY

The World Economic Forum, where only 16 percent of the delegates this year are women, on Saturday heard impassioned arguments for gender quotas to boost female participation in the workplace. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/davos-boys-club-hears-call-for-gender-quotes-1.1636955#.UuUONqL8IfY

Pepsico, Nestle and Cisco on Friday announced major investments that together totaled more than $7 billion in Mexico, where the government has pushed through a series of economic reforms that aim to boost foreign investment and growth.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/mexico-gets-over-7bn-in-investment-1.1636973#.UuUM6aL8IfY

Pepsico, Nestle and Cisco on Friday announced major investments that together totaled more than $7 billion in Mexico, where the government has pushed through a series of economic reforms that aim to boost foreign investment and growth. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/mexico-gets-over-7bn-in-investment-1.1636973#.UuUM6aL8IfY

Hi-tech bosses on Wednesday demanded authorities change their murky ways in the wake of revelations of a vast snooping campaign by the US and other governments that has raised concerns on privacy.  Click here for the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/tech-leaders-issue-warning-at-davos-1.1635362#.Ut_kvx38IfY

Hi-tech bosses on Wednesday demanded authorities change their murky ways in the wake of revelations of a vast snooping campaign by the US and other governments that has raised concerns on privacy. Click here for the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/tech-leaders-issue-warning-at-davos-1.1635362#.Ut_kvx38IfY

Billionaires attending the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting this week in Davos, Switzerland, expect to be richer when they return to the Alpine village next year.  To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/davos-billionaires-expect-to-get-richer-1.1635053#.Ut-LGqL8IfY

Billionaires attending the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting this week in Davos, Switzerland, expect to be richer when they return to the Alpine village next year. To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/davos-billionaires-expect-to-get-richer-1.1635053#.Ut-LGqL8IfY

World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab was in a “constant fight” to keep corporate interests from commandeering the annual meeting in Davos, he said, even as his organisation collects about $200 million (R2.17 billion) from sponsors.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/summit-founder-tries-to-balance-interests-1.1634814#.Ut9sk6L8IfY

World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab was in a “constant fight” to keep corporate interests from commandeering the annual meeting in Davos, he said, even as his organisation collects about $200 million (R2.17 billion) from sponsors. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/summit-founder-tries-to-balance-interests-1.1634814#.Ut9sk6L8IfY

Pope Francis challenged business leaders assembled in Davos on Tuesday to put their wealth at the service of humanity instead of leaving most of the world's population in poverty and insecurity.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/serve-humanity-with-wealth-pope-to-davos-1.1634732

Pope Francis challenged business leaders assembled in Davos on Tuesday to put their wealth at the service of humanity instead of leaving most of the world's population in poverty and insecurity. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/international/serve-humanity-with-wealth-pope-to-davos-1.1634732

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