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Europe’s unicorns, zombie workers and other top stories of the week

Two stag deer are seen through the mist at dawn during the annual rutting season in Richmond Park in London Britain September 22, 2017.

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Adrian Monck
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Where unicorns roam. Meet Europe’s tech titans.

No need to compete with China? India's democratic advantage.

Climate change, migration & conflict. Preparing for a possibly violent future.

Going to London? Try not to breathe.

Too many zombie workers. Disengagement costs companies & countries.

How to help small business all over: trade finance 2.0.

An Emmy for a virtual reality film that premiered in Davos. And a ‘thank you’ for the Forum from the podium!

How to confront a multi-polar world’s risks and opportunities? The Forum’s new Geostrategy Platform curates and presents insights from top global research organizations to promote shared understanding.

The battlefield is history. War is now everywhere.

Low corporate tax rates are good for competitiveness, right? Not so fast!

Profiling mass killers. They are men, and the peak ages for murder are 23 and 41.

Transformative future or a mythical past? What belonging means for populism and immigration.

DNA is rewriting human history. But genetics breaks down identities.

The false narrative of Realpolitik. (Project Syndicate)

Why invest in teenage girls? Quotes Global Gender Gap Report. (Financial Times)

The ‘Thucydides Trap.’ Cites session at World Economic Forum meeting in Dalian. (Japan Times)

Joined-up politics: how social networks have shaped events. The Forum is referenced in Niall Ferguson’s new book. (Financial Times)

Indian executives want more reforms. Coverage of the Forum India summit. (CNBC)

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