To keep up with the times and ensure its staying power, organizers of the World Economic Forum have made a point of including young people to inject some much-need vitality.
Fifty young people - all under the age of 30 - have been invited to this year's World Economic Forum. They want to make an impact and be disruptive - in the business sense.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has hailed the benefits of globalization, stressing that free trade is a "precondition of fair trade." Li also said China can control growing financial risks and hit this year's growth targets.
Nothing will remain the way it is now. Welcome to the digital world, one of the main topics this year at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Each year during the World Economic Forum, global attention turns to the small town in the Swiss Alps. We look at Davos beyond the headlines, to the posh winter sports resort with a long history.
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