I am responsible for all the business, finance, economics and technology coverage in the UK’s Daily and Sunday Telegraph
I’m at Davos this year. The void left by politicians is a huge issue. Trump hasn’t come, May hasn’t come. Bolsanaro’s speech lasted just 15 minutes. And he’s a sceptic in climate change, the issue that WEF members believe is the main threat to the global economy. But how can executives step into this void? Many of these issues can only be addressed with political input.
We’ve just broken quite a big UK media story. The Telegraph has been a seven day operation for several years now. Two points to make: a) it’s the right thing to do and b) it’s hard.
Three of the scariest words in business: “related party transactions”.
If you live in the city you could see how this might be possible. If you don’t you won’t.
Good tip. Here’s another don’t look at you email until a predetermined point at the day - 10am, 11am, whatever works. Otherwise your inbox is the first thing you look at in the morning and becomes your de facto to do list - just written by other people.
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