Two recaps from Davos:
1. Davos 2007 - Mergers, Acquisitions, Venture Capital, Hedge Funds -- DealBook - New York Times: "The five-day event, meant to generate discussion of major global issues, featured dozens of panel sessions, nonstop networking among its high-powered attendees and, for those tired of such serious fare, a long list of private parties"
2. From Forbes:
"While there wasn't much of a "wow factor" this year, there were certainly interesting developments: YouTube's Chad Hurley, for example, said his company may soon give users a cut of the advertising revenue generated by the site's 70 million video views each day. Dupont, Caterpillar, General Electric and other companies told us they are actually lobbying the government to restrict the greenhouse gasses that American companies produce. And in a little-publicized announcement, a new business council made up of 200 Israeli and Palestinian CEOs was formed. They plan to host their first joint meeting this May."From Nichol a Milton Friedman day party hat!!