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No midlife crisis for Davos, who's ready for an epidemic and other top stories of the week

Also in this week's round-up: understanding the EU’s Green Deal and which 5 things can give you a longer, healthier life.

Adrian Monck
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Renewing capitalism’s licence to operate. How the Forum is avoiding a midlife crisis.

Live long and healthy. 5 behaviours that can add 10 years to your life.
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Who’s ready for an epidemic? These countries are the best prepared.

How countries around the world rank when it comes to dealing with a pandemic Image: Statista

Companies must walk the walk. A Nobel laureate on building a better economy.

Europe’s man on the moon moment. Understanding the EU’s Green Deal.

Africa could emulate China’s rapid rise. How to fulfil the massive potential.

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Age discrimination is widespread. Time for a mindset change on career timetables.

Why to see this year’s Oscar winner: its analysis of neoliberalism.

Your company’s workers win, your competitors’ lose. Robot adoption and employment.

Nonviolence must be more than a tactic. Reshape your rage.

Music isn’t what it used to be. Pop songs are getting sadder.

How a trillion trees triumphed. A discussion of the Forum’s initiative. (New York Times)

The man who called the financial crisis has a new warning. Cites Global Risks Report. (Barron’s)

Forum President and Saudi crown prince discuss partnership opportunities. (Arab News)

A hopeful change in world leaders. A Vatican view on Davos. (Crux)

More ambitions for the Sustainable Development Goals. Cites discussions at Davos. (GreenBiz)

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