When chief executives start to lose confidence we should be worried. And today's global chief executives are worried.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum, President Jacob Zuma said the state is not the primary job creator in South Africa.
Bill Gates has rescued a beleaguered health fund by pledging $750-million to fight three of world's killer diseases -- Aids, malaria and TB.
Davos has called for global action against cybercrime, saying countries should have clear laws against it.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned the world's elite that it is time for women to seize control of the world and sort out the mess men have made.
Pravin Gordhan has told South Africans to learn from Europe's mistakes, and not worry about bad news coming out of the World Economic Forum meeting.
Economists and investors across the globe will be digesting a host of economic reports for signs that recent rallies may continue.
Our A-Z analysis unpicks the significance of the World Economic Forum talkfest taking place in Switzerland this week.
The sovereign debt crisis is set to cast its shadow over Davos this year, where world leaders will meet to discuss the future of the global economy.
Left-wing activists claimed responsibility for a minor explosion on Thursday at a hotel in Davos, close to the World Economic Forum meeting.