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A billionaire investor at the world’s biggest hedge fund says the economy is headed for ’20 years of ugliness’

Bob Prince gave an exclusive interview to Business Insider last week at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Ellyn Shook, Accenture's chief leadership and human resources officer.

Accenture’s HR chief shares what the company has learned from retraining nearly 300,000 employees

The global consulting firm has developed a skills pipeline to avoid losing employees when clients no longer need a particular service.
Ken Moelis says there's lots of opportunity for young people at big banks.

The CEO of an elite investment bank says Wall Street needs to do a better job of marketing itself to young grads

For years, elite investment banks have been competing head-to-head for top talent with technology giants like Amazon, Apple and Google.
New York University professor Amy Webb.

An NYU professor says the debate about the future of AI is distorted by ‘a tremendous amount of misplaced optimism and fear’

NYU's Amy Webb noted that we should not be afraid of robots, but rather wary of the companies and nations controlling them.

From Davos: Dell and Bank of America discuss technology and Better Capitalism

Jenifer Berman, CMO of Insider Inc., led a panel at Davos on Wednesday titled, "Technology for Good: Better Capitalism Leading Innovation."
Microsoft Healthcare corporate vice president Peter Lee

Microsoft’s head of healthcare thought it was a ‘career-ending move’ when Satya Nadella offered him the job. Here’s why he say...

Peter Lee thought at first that taking on the tech giant's healthcare strategy would be a "career-ending move."
David Miliband, Britain's former foreign secretary.

David Miliband: Brexit has made Britain an object of pity around the world

'It is awful to be an object of pity,' International Rescue Committee CEO David Miliband told Business Insider.
President Trump attended Davos in 2018, but skipped the 2019 annual meeting amid the US shutdown.

Psst … Here’s what world leaders and top executives were quietly saying about Trump, Brexit, the market, and China at Davos this week

This weeks some of us from Business Insider went to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon

Goldman Sachs CEO warns the UK not to take ‘the hard way’ on Brexit because it will impact how the bank invests

"If this is resolved in a difficult way, or in a hard way, it will have an impact on where we invest and where we put people," CEO David Solomon said.