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  • ZDNet
  • Alphr
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by David:

Metrics for Corporate Behavior

What are the right metrics for measuring corporate behavior in the light of the Business Roundtable statement? → Read More

Google's End of an Era

With Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepping down, Google once again becomes just a search-and-advertising business. → Read More

Changes in CEO Succession

A new report from The Conference Board shows how CEO succession trends are shifting. → Read More

Fine Wine vs. Big Tech: How France's Digital Tax Sparked a Trump Tariff Backlash

Europe is preparing to strike back against threatened U.S. tariffs on French goods, which are themselves retaliation for a controversial new tax. → Read More

Trump's New Trade Offensives

The White House has been emitting tariff threats in the direction of France, Brazil and Argentina. → Read More

Amazon Demonstrates the Inequality of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

A deep dive into Amazon's dealings in Baltimore show how the company's practices leave many behind. → Read More

The Global Internet Is Splintering Apart and No-One Is Patching It Up

A landmark report warns of a "dangerous spiral of uncoordinated policy making" that threatens the global nature of the Internet. → Read More

Oil Divestment: Readers Push Back

Many CEO Daily readers were not pleased with the suggestion that oil divestments are folly. → Read More

Against Oil Divestment

Divesting from coal may make sense, as may pressuring oil companies to invest more in renewables. But divesting all fossil fuels doesn't. → Read More

‘Not Fit and Proper:’ How Uber Could Lose 1 of Its Top 5 Markets

A new ruling risks a huge market for Uber—and its stock is sinking as a result. → Read More

The Sordid Tale of Juul

The e-cigarette firm started with good intentions, but now seems poised to pay a heavy price for marketing to teens. → Read More

Lawmakers Are Wielding a New Weapon Against Business: The Threat of Delisting

The radical idea has been proposed on both sides of the Atlantic. → Read More

Purpose Leads to Performance

The best companies pursuing digital transformation are also putting purpose at the center of their business. → Read More

Ten Questions Today’s Business Leaders Must Answer

The McKinsey Global Institute has some burning questions that business leaders need to mull over to survive in today's world. → Read More

Nestle's Plant-Based Bacon Cheeseburger Is Coming

Veggie meat, Chinese beauty market, A.I. and automated cars - Day Two of the Fortune Global Forum had it all. → Read More

Why Acting Renault CEO Isn’t Worried About Autonomous Cars Killing Sales

People may need fewer autonomous cars but their lifespan will be shorter, Groupe Renault Acting CEO Clotilde Delbos said at Fortune's Global Forum in Paris. → Read More

Data Doomsday? Why Such Fears Aren't Freaking Everyone Out

Connected devices proponents say the value they create will outweigh security fears - for now. → Read More

GDPR: Europe's First Big Privacy Crackdown on Big Tech Is Being Delayed By WhatsApp's Procedural Concerns

The Irish Data Protection Commission was due to give its draft decision on a WhatsApp privacy case in December, but it's now pushed back into early January. → Read More

Fortune's Businessperson of the Year Is...

The accolade this year goes to Microsoft's Satya Nadella. Here's why. → Read More

U.S. Has Ukraine's Back, NATO Ambassador Asserts as She Also Hits Back at Macron 'Brain Death' Comment

U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison said the U.S. is backing up Ukraine in its conflict with Russia. She also took umbrage with the implication NATO is suffering from a "brain death." → Read More