World Economic Forum

The firm’s two main funds moved back into the black; meanwhile the firm is undergoing a major shake-up to its management team.
The agreement of six institutional investors to support a long-term stock benchmark is a sign of the need for a different strategy.
Finland, South Korea, Switzerland? Innovation rankings can’t agree on the winner but could help inform long-term investment decisions.
Although he’s more diplomatic than predecessor Yanis Varoufakis, Euclid Tsakalotos has agreed to reforms that clash with his politics.
Russia central bank governor skips Davos; European PMI weaker than anticipated; Yahoo mulls its options.
Key macro points from China and the U.S.; big-name U.S. banks report earnings; Davos and Sundance Film Festival bring in the A-listers.
Suitors like ExxonMobil and Blackstone Group won’t rush into deals, given weak energy prices and past investment flops in the sector.
Dutch pension manager PGGM and U.S. bond shop Breckinridge Capital Advisors are confronting corporate water risk.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivered a confident address at the World Economic Forum, where Russian President Vladimir Putin was a no-show.
Emerging-markets turmoil hasn’t shaken belief in the global recovery, but volatility is here to stay, according to industry leaders like BlackRock’s Laurence Fink.