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Past articles by David:

Delta variant fears batter European travel just as the summer seemed safe

Europe was banking on open borders this summer to fuel its economic recovery. The highly contagious delta variant is putting that at risk. → Read More

Business travel is showing signs of life

Airline and hospitality CEOs say they see signs pointing to a much more rapid business travel recovery than generally expected. → Read More

Post-Brexit data transfers from the EU to the U.K. are safe—for now

Even so, privacy experts say the European Commission hasn't paid enough attention to British surveillance practices. → Read More

Recognizing fundamental changes in the nature of capitalism

Tech-driven transformation, the reinvention of office work, and increased focus on ESG are no passing fads. → Read More

CEOs are optimistic about the economy

A slight majority believe the pandemic won't be affecting business much after this year. → Read More

Ad-tech shares soar as Google delays major Chrome privacy push

Investors on both sides of the Atlantic sent shares in ad-tech firms higher following the surprise announcement by Google of a two-year delay. → Read More

Unbound by Brexit, largest U.K. mobile operator announces roaming charges for EU travel

EE will soon charge new customers nearly $3 a day for data roaming across the English Channel. → Read More

Indra Nooyi's advice for women who want to be CEOs

“First, understand the politics in your organization, but don’t play the politics in your organization.” → Read More

The crime of 'ecocide' now has a definition—but what will it mean for polluters?

If the definition were to make its way into law, corporate bosses could find themselves being dragged before the International Criminal Court tribunal in the Dutch city of The Hague. → Read More

The path to zero isn't as costly for consumers as you might think

The effect on the consumer is not that great, once you trace costs through the entire supply chain. → Read More

Google's ad-tech tactics spark yet another EU antitrust investigation

The probe could lead to a fourth mega-fine for the company. → Read More

CEO turnover has picked up again

Total shareholder returns had much less correlation with turnover than in previous years. → Read More

Europe's privacy regulators call for a ban on facial recognition in publicly accessible spaces

The watchdogs have given their opinion on a blockbuster proposal for an EU A.I. law. → Read More

The design challenge of hybrid work

Good timing for our Brainstorm Design conference. → Read More

The WTO's survival hinges on the COVID-19 vaccine patent debate, waiver advocates warn

"The credibility of the WTO will depend on its ability to find a meaningful outcome on this issue that truly ramps-up and diversifies production," South Africa's ambassador to the WTO says. → Read More

Online outages hit banks and airlines, again showing the fragility of the digital economy

U.S. airlines got hit, as did Australian banks and other services. → Read More

Workers want flexibility and are willing to walk if they don’t get it

Slack's Future Forum did a survey. → Read More

PwC's 'once in a generation' strategy change targets checks and balances

It's all about trust and sustained outcomes. → Read More

The basic inequity in the tax system is hard to swallow

The challenge in fixing it is avoiding oscillation between economically destructive extremes. → Read More

British regulators will shape Google’s future, as antitrust watchdog reveals Privacy Sandbox deal

After Brexit, Big Tech has both the EU and the U.K. to fear. → Read More