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Even the ultrawealthy had to wait in long lines at Davos — and they were reportedly annoyed about it

Even the ultrawealthy had to wait in long lines at Davos...

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Davos attendees complained about the long lines they had to wait in, NYT reported.Some guests at the conference's go-to hotel reportedly had to wait up to an hour to get in.Tech execs and the ultrawealthy also had to wait to get into the hottest parties.  Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a…
What the global elite are saying about AI behind closed doors

What the global elite are saying about AI behind closed doors

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Business Insider editor in chief Matt Turner attended the World Economic Forum. He had more than 20 conversations about AI over the span of four days.Here are his takeaways on task automation, workforce reskilling, human augmentation, and more. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on the go. download…
People think self-driving cars should be ‘better’ than human drivers, executive says

People think self-driving cars should be ‘better’ than human drivers, executive...

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Laura Majors of Hyundai-backed Motional said autonomous vehicle firms had to "raise the bar" on safety.The technology is facing growing scrutiny amid high-profile recalls by Cruise and Tesla.Cruise recalled all its robotaxis following a crash in San Francisco.  Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on the go.…
Everyone’s buzzing about AI — including plenty of people who clearly don’t understand it

Everyone’s buzzing about AI — including plenty of people who clearly...

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AI — artificial intelligence — is this year's buzzword at the World Economic Forum in Davos.While there's much chatter about AI, not everyone grasps how companies can start implementing it.Nela Richardson, chief economist at ADP, says there's a big learning gap about what constitutes AI. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a…
2024 will be a perilous year for the world economy as geopolitical tensions ramp up, top economists warn

2024 will be a perilous year for the world economy as...

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Top economists are fretting about geopolitical tensions, according to a World Economic Forum survey. Over 80% of respondents said they're expecting heightened economic and stock-market volatility. Wall Street execs Ray Dalio and Jamie Dimon have also warned about global conflicts. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on…
China opens its doors to the world by kicking off its first in-person ‘Summer Davos’ since the pandemic

China opens its doors to the world by kicking off its...

The Chinese city of Tianjin is hosting the World Economic Forum's "Summer Davos." Chinese Premier Li Qiang opened the conference, acknowledging global challenges and warning about future public health crises. Saudi Arabia has sent a top delegation to the event, reflecting the importance of its oil trade relationship with China. Loading Something is loading. Thanks…
Big Tech’s wipeout sends workers scrambling

Big Tech’s wipeout sends workers scrambling

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Hi, I'm Matt Turner, the editor in chief of business at Insider. This is Insider Weekly, a roundup of our top stories. Get this newsletter in your inbox each Sunday – sign up here.On the agenda today: Breaking news this morning: At least 10 people have died at a mass shooting at a Lunar New…
Cloudflare’s CEO says he is ‘kind of excited’ about an upcoming recession for these 4 reasons

Cloudflare’s CEO says he is ‘kind of excited’ about an upcoming...

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Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince said his company is prepared for an upcoming recession. According to Prince, who spoke to Insider at the World Economic Forum, economic downturns can have a silver lining. See 4 reasons the CEO is "kind of excited" for an upcoming recession.  Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access your…
How to speed up the transition to green energy, according to leaders at Davos

How to speed up the transition to green energy, according to...

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Transitioning to a low-carbon energy system is critical to reaching global net-zero emissions goals. Leaders at Davos say government policy to incentivize the transition can push things forward. But there's no "silver bullet" — solutions will vary from country to country. Insider's reporting from WEF is part of our company-wide One Planet initiative. Loading Something is loading.…
Here are 3 things you should do immediately if you get laid off

Here are 3 things you should do immediately if you get...

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Layoffs are sweeping many companies right now. If you're laid off, you can take some steps immediately to boost your chances of finding another job soon. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Manpower Group president Becky Frankiewicz told Insider that laid-off workers should reflect on achievements and focus on their skills. Loading Something is…

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