Extreme Disparity of Wealth Dominates Davos

Don Tapscott reports from Davos:

(Davos) With extreme wealth also comes extreme political clout which results in extreme human suffering, said Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International at a panel session this week in Davos.

Byanyima helped set the tone for this year’s World Economic Forum by releasing the comprehensive report on Monday that disclosed the world’s richest one percent are on track own more than half the world’s wealth by next year.

It is fair to say the report stunned the decision-makers and opinion-leaders ensconced in this small Swiss ski town . . .

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