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Latest update : 2014-01-24

Davos: Networking opportunities keeps world's elite coming back

The World Economic Forum attracts hundreds of CEOs and dozens of world leaders every year. We asked Howard Davies, who has been to Davos 25 times, what keeps them coming back. He also says that proposals for a new airport in London - dubbed "Boris Island" - are still being examined by the UK's Airports Commission.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2014-04-16 technology

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2014-04-14 Washington D.C.

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French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said that France is on track to reduce its deficit to 3% of GDP by 2015. Brussels has already placed Paris under disciplinary action for not...

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2014-04-10 markets

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