The WEF's 'Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2022', said that each successful cyber breach cost a company $3.6 million in 2021. Companies need 280 days on an average to identify and respond to a cyberattack
He also said there is a great deal of 'disinformation' around and that is entirely destructive to a comprehensive public health endeavour.
The WEF's annual meeting, which has been taking place in Davos for the past 50 years, is occurring digitally this year due to the COVID pandemic. The virtual event will continue till 21 January
The week-long World Economic Forum's summit will also have two virtual sessions: the first on COVID-19 and the second on technology cooperation in the fourth industrial revolution
Recession, high unemployment, another pandemic outbreak biggest near-term worries; economic distress to rise: WEF study
As per the study, two-thirds of respondents identified a "prolonged global recession" as a top concern for business.
On the World Trade Organization's (WTO) appellate body for dispute settlement, Goyal said the early restoration of the full strength of the body will help in realising the objectives of the WTO.
Billionaire investor George Soros, known for his outspoken liberal views, condemns the rise of nationalist dictators, says survival of open societies is endangered as the world faces an even greater crisis: climate change
If I were not a minister today, I would be bidding for Air India; assets make airline a goldmine: Piyush Goyal
Air India has been in the red for long and the government is now in the process of finalising the contours for its disinvestment.
Indian economy well-poised to take off; govt will hold discussions with Britain, EU on free trade agreements, says Piyush Goyal
On RCEP, Goyal said it was an "unbalanced trade agreement, which was really not fulfilling the guiding principles on which RCEP started about eight years ago, therefore India chose not to participate in it".
To do a textual reading of Donald Trump’s comments on Kashmir during his meeting with Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is to credit his words with meanings he may not have himself intended to
Davos 2020: WTO will survive but it will look different, says Roberto Azevedo amid growing call for protectionism over free trade
Amid a growing clamour among the political class for protectionism over free trade, WTO chief Roberto Azevedo on Tuesday said at the WEF Davos summit that the global trade body would definitely survive this wave but it might look different
India 4th best market for global firms looking for growth abroad; shows highest levels of confidence among major economies: CEO survey
China and India showed the highest levels of confidence among major economies at 45 percent and 40 percent, respectively.
Combined wealth of 63 Indian billionaires higher than total Union Budget for financial year 2018-19: Report
Rights group Oxfam also said the world's 2,153 billionaires have more wealth than the 4.6 billion people who make up 60 percent of the planet's population.
India has slipped four places to rank 112th globally in terms of gender gap amid widening disparity in terms of women's health and survival and economic participation -- the two areas where the country is now ranked in the bottom-five, an annual survey showed on Tuesday
Roula Khalaf, first woman editor at Financial Times in 131 years, creates history: Occasion indicates rise at workplace for women still rare
A slew of surveys reveals India's low ranking in gender parity and inclusion irrespective of government policies that mandate more women at the workplace
WEF's 2020 Davos meeting to focus on cohesive, sustainable world; 50th meeting to focus on stakeholder capitalism
While the names of the participants would be known by next month, the WEF announced on Thursday that the theme of its 50th Davos summit would be "Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World".
Ravi Shankar Prasad retracts statement on success of movies indicating 'no economic slowdown', says 'factually incorrect'
Day after Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that three Bollywood movies generating business of Rs 120 crore on the 2 October holiday suggested a 'sound economy', he retracted the statement saying it was 'factually incorrect'
Ravi Shankar Prasad dismisses IMF remarks on economic slowdown, says three movies earning Rs 120 cr in day points to 'sound' economy
Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad termed wrong the National Sample Survey Organisation's report which claimed that unemployment was at a 45-year high
'Concept wont apply to us': S Jaishankar dismisses speculation on India copying China's Belt and Road Initiative project
External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Friday shot down speculations on whether India would copy China's Belt and Road Initiative.
India Economic Summit: Many more structural reforms in offing to propel growth, says NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant
There will be many more structural reforms by the government in the coming days to push economy to a high growth trajectory, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Thursday