How long will inflation last? Will the semiconductor crisis end in 2022? Is a global regulation on Crypto in the works? What is the future of work? Moneycontrol’s Sonal Mehrotra Kapoor decodes the top 10 trends emerging from Davos.
At a time when the world faces twin challenges of energy inflation and energy transition, Indian businesses, too, are looking to make a switch to greener and cleaner fuels
From the Ukraine conflict to warnings of climate cataclysm and soaring inflation, the world's political and business elites tackled some gloomy matters in their first Davos summit in more than two years. Instead of the usual snowy winter wonderland of past gatherings, grey skies and rain added to the gloomy mood during the four-day forum that wrapped up May 26. Here is a roundup of the main issues tackled by the WEF:
Nuseir Yassin, best known for his YouTube channel Nas Daily, is one of the two YouTube influencers invited to cover the World Economic Forum annual meeting. In a candid chat with Moneycontrol, Nas Daily talks about the power of social media, his India plans, and more.
Health minister Mansukh Mandaviya talks about India’s healthcare and wellness centre, preparedness for monkeypox, fertiliser subsidy, and more.
Moderna Inc. Chief Executive Officer Stephane Bancel said he plans to donate the bulk of his family wealth, focusing his philanthropy on issues such as health care and ghobal food security.
"The state of global affairs has forced us to confront the resulting realpolitik directly rather than hide behind a facade of global cooperation," Adani stated in his blog, 'The Paradoxes at Davos 2022'
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has sharply condemned Russia's war on Ukraine and called for global cooperation to overcome life-threatening challenges
Bright colours and bold logos proudly signal where India has set up base on the main street in Davos this year, as the country trumpets its pro-business and foreign investment drive.
Moneycontrol spoke to the Global Shapers community of the World Economic Forum about what today's youth want, their mission and the next generation's purpose of existence.
Speaking to Moneycontrol, Petroleum Minister Hardeep Singh Puri says that he doesn’t think there is a shortage of oil in the world. He adds that the problem of high oil prices can be reversed very easily. Watch the video for more.
World Economic Forum, Davos: In an interview with CNBC TV18, Kumar Mangalam Birla said that he wanted to switch from being a builder who works in the trenches to an architect whose job is envisioning and “making sure all right levers are in place”.
"It would have been nice to have clinched the Holcim deal," added Birla, who was in the race to acquire the Swiss cement maker's India business along with rivals Adani Group and JSW Group.
Leaders at the World Economic Forum emphasized the need to get the capital component right in expanding the renewable energy space and the role multilateral institutions and political leaderships will play in facilitating it.
MCAtDavos Day 3 top newsmakers: This edition of the World Economic Forum holds special relevance, for it is after two years that the gathering has convened at Davos, in person. Coming to you at a time global politics is extremely polarised and a business order that is under duress, we will be telling you what are the issues the global leadership is talking about. Every evening, block your calendar, as we come to you with the day's top news from Davos, and the newsmakers.
He was speaking during a session on 'advancing digital cooperation', moderated by Observer Research Foundation President Samir Saran, during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022.
Two popular YouTubers have been invited to go behind the scenes to cover the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting at Davos.
The First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund said the war in Ukraine has been a major setback to the global recovery.
Speaking to MoneyControl at Davos 2022, Screwvala says the world is on an 'incredible cusp' of the reskilling revolution and the next pull in power and economy will come from countries that focus on learning
In an exclusive conversation with Moneycontrol on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer of NITI Aayog, talks about the success of India's growth story, electric mobility, and the role of green hydrogen going forward.
US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Wednesday said it would sell its patented drugs at a not-for-profit basis to the world's poorest countries, as part of a new initiative announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Moneycontrol in conversation with Ronnie Screwvala on startup funding freeze, excessive capital in the ed-tech space, and why India is at the cusp of a reskilling revolution. Watch the video for more.
DPIIT Secretary Anurag Jain is upbeat about the fact that India's presence is being felt at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. Hear out India's roadmap for the next 25 years, on the road to being a knowledge & innovation economy
Vidit Aatrey, Founder & CEO of Meesho said that expectations of investors have changed and people now want growth with profitability.