David Meyer, Fortune

David Meyer

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Recent articles by David:

Air France-KLM and Lufthansa bailouts highlight debate over how green the coronavirus recovery should be

France and the Netherlands have attached strong green conditions to their flag carriers' rescue packages. So why has Germany not done the same with Lufthansa? → Read More

Bayer could settle the Roundup cancer litigation, but the drama is far from over

An independent expert panel envisaged in the proposed $10.9 billion settlement deal could still find that Roundup causes cancer. → Read More

The big question now is how to reopen

Fortune just published an online-only mini-magazine devoted to the subject. → Read More

As would-be travelers from the U.S. to Europe may soon learn, local pandemic decisions can have global effects

U.S. infection rates are way above those in Europe, and they are getting worse. → Read More

Bending the curve of capitalism

The latest Leadership Next interviewee is Paul Polman, a leading proponent of stakeholder capitalism. → Read More

The pandemic's unequal effects are becoming ever more obvious

COVID-19 feeds on and widens inequalities, making them harder to ignore. → Read More

Here's when CEOs think their businesses will have recovered from lockdown

Half think their revenues will be at least back to pre-crisis levels by January. → Read More

As Chinese state-backed firms eye acquisitions, Europe considers new ways to block them

The European Commission wants to examine takeovers by state-backed foreign firms, to make sure they won't distort the EU's single market. → Read More

Decades of Jeff Bezos's thoughts are collated in a new book

CEO Daily has had a sneak peak at the upcoming Invent and Wander: The Collected Writings of Jeff Bezos. → Read More

GM's Mary Barra represents a new style of leading

The General Motors CEO has dealt with a lot in her six years at the helm. → Read More

The U.S. economy has become less competitive in the last couple years. Here's why

The latest competitiveness ranking from the IMD business school in Switzerland shows the U.S. dropping out of the top five for the first time in 31 years. → Read More

U.S. tech firms are pausing facial recognition, but that creates a problem

Microsoft's Brad Smith points out that Chinese companies are less concerned about privacy and profiling. → Read More

‘Personnel overhang’: All the job cuts each airline has announced so far

The number of announced job cuts among airlines now stands at roughly 70,000. And that's before factoring in cuts at the carriers' suppliers. → Read More

Europe's internal borders are opening again—but not fast enough, says the European Commission

As coronavirus infection rates fall, the EU's internal borders are reopening—but not all of them. The European Commission says this makes it harder to reopen the EU's external borders. → Read More

Lessons from Asia’s reopening

The CEOs of Rakuten, Yum China, Alibaba and Grab have a lot of wisdom to share on the subject. → Read More

How Cisco is responding to the death of George Floyd

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins described the killing as "horrific," "maddening" and "truly abhorrent." → Read More

IBM pulls out of facial recognition, fearing racial profiling and mass surveillance

The company made the move as part of a push for police reform, following the death of George Floyd. → Read More

On racial equity, how can companies show they mean what they say?

A commitment to pay equity is a good start. → Read More

Diageo, H&M and Rolls-Royce join drive to avert climate catastrophe

On World Environment Day, a host of companies have signed up for a U.N.-backed campaign to eliminate zero carbon emissions by 2050. → Read More

Friday feedback: Readers' views on the corporate response to the George Floyd protests

Readers share their thoughts on the statements companies have made regarding the death of George Floyd and the anger it sparked. → Read More