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How to rise the ranks at Point72; a leaked pitch deck reveals WarnerMedia’s aggressive HBO Max strategy; Apple and Amazon could dismantle health...

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, including Davos dispatches, an inside look at Point72's training programs, and a leaked WarnerMedia pitch deck.

Louise Linton briefly posted and deleted a message of support for Greta Thunberg, whom her husband Steve Mnuchin dissed at Davos

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mnuchin dismissed Thunberg as not knowledgable to weigh in on climate issues. His wife took Thunberg's side.
It shouldn't be a surprise Davos' Wall Street wing eventually warmed up to Trump. They are a people of consistent inconsistencies.

Trump just exposed a dirty secret in Davos

The business executives at Davos seem to have embraced President Trump, and in doing so turned their backs on everything they purport to stand for.
Shortages at Whole Foods.

The Drive-Thru: Whole Foods shortages, Davos, and delivery drama

Welcome to another week of The Drive-Thru, Business Insider's weekly roundup of the biggest stories in restaurants and retail.
Accenture's HR chief Ellyn Shook

Why humans, not machines, are companies’ biggest competitive advantage

Even as more work gets automated, Accenture's HR chief Ellyn Shook said "uniquely human skills" are companies' biggest edge.
Chief Executive Christian Mumenthaler of the world's second largest reinsurer Swiss Re addresses a news conference to present the company's full year results, in Zurich, Switzerland, February 23, 2018.

Big companies lack concrete plans for dealing with climate change despite their outcry about the problem, Davos panelists warn

According to one insurance CEO, companies talk about the problems 90% of the time and devote only 10% to real solutions.
FILE PHOTO: Lebanon's caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil is seen after a news conference in Beirut

‘We’re not allowed to have friends like that’: Former Lebanese foreign minister takes heat at Davos for revealing how he funded his ...

Former Lebanese foreign minister Gebran Bassil raised eyebrows when he told a panel that he was "invited" to Davos without using government expenses.

‘Haters gonna hate & deniers will deny’: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defends Greta Thunberg after Steven Mnuchin dissed the activist

"If you don't have an economics degree like Greta, they'll mock you for not having one. If you DO have one, as I do, they'll claim it's illegitimate."

The CMO of Dell wants a broader, deeper conversation on tech: ‘Is tech good or is tech bad? It depends how you use it.’

Dell CMO Allison Dew argues for a broader conversation around both the positive and negative impacts of technology.
JLL CEO and President Christian Ulbrich speaks onstage at Women's Forum Of New York Breakfast Of Corporate Champions on November 07, 2019 in New York City.

The CEO of the commercial-real estate giant JLL explains how data is shaping the office of the future

JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich told Business Insider at Davos that data is one of the biggest value adds that the company gives to its clients.