Davos 2012

Davos Discussions Must Centre on Why 'Profit as Purpose' No Longer Washes for Big Business

Jim Prior | Posted 28.03.2012 | UK
Jim Prior

As the world's most influential leaders gather this week in Davos it is clear that much of the world is looking on, whether from igloos immediately outside or further afield, with a certain degree of hostility towards business and, more specifically, big businesses.

We Tweeted The Pictures - You Wrote The Captions (PICS)

The Huffington Post UK | Andrea Mann | Posted 27.01.2012 | UK Comedy

Forget Britain's Got Talent. Know who's got talent? You, dear followers of @HuffPostUKCom. Because we've been tweeting out topical photos again th...

The World Economic Forum's Great Transformation: Collaboration and the Seductive Fairytale of Davos

Ian Richardson | Posted 25.03.2012 | UK Politics
Ian Richardson

That business should have a voice in global governance initiatives is not being disputed here. What is being disputed is whether we should place our trust in an organisation funded primarily by those interests to deliver a vision of the most equitable and inclusive of global governance frameworks.