There's always a buzz at Davos, and this year attendees couldn't stop talking about China, and how the country's economic rise appears on the backdrop of the U.S. and Europe's financial concerns. Stephen Beard reports.
Bankers were among the many groups ending their talks over the weekend at the World Economic Forum. But while many agreed on the overall need for global rules, they didn't seem too keen on actual curbs. Stephen Beard reports.
When the folks at Davos knock off for the day, when workshops on the future of capitalism are done, there's no shortage of things to do. The nightlife goes on into the wee small hours. Christopher Werth reports from some of the piano bars in town.
At the Davos conference, business leaders warned cracking down on the banks could sabotage economic recovery. Bankers criticized President Obama's plans to cut big banks down to size. Stephen Beard reports.
Rebuilding Haiti has been a central focus at the World Economic Forum. Steve Chiotakis talks to Catherine Bragg, assistant secretary general of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, about how people are getting involved.