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What can you believe anymore? Social media are full of misinformation and manipulation. DLD speakers explain what could be done. Some solutions lie with us…
The Great Disruption: Scott Galloway on Business in Times of Covid-19
NYU Prof. Scott Galloway explains why the coronavirus pandemic is likely to make tech companies even more powerful and change entire sectors of the economy…
Quick Take: Highlights of DLD20
An astronaut, a Nobel Prize winner, a chess champion, many champions of a sustainable future: Take a look at select videos of DLD20.
Fashion Star About You: Making Online Shopping “Fun and Inspirational”
Combining social media and e-commerce has made Germany’s fashion retailer AboutYou one of the fastest-growing startups in Europe. Co-Founder Tarek Müller explains the secret of his company’s success.
Responsible technology: “A New Era of Leaders Will Take Us There”
Winners in the digital economy benefit from network effects and their own popularity, as user growth tends to attract additional users, fueling further growth. In…
Two Elephants in the Room
Four powerful women on the stage at DLD Munich 18: Kara Swisher (ReCode) moderated a passionate and intelligent debate between Miriam Meckel (Wirtschaftswoche), Hilary Rosen…
Highlights about Building Community In A Polarized World with Facebook’s Elliot Schrage
Watch Facebook’s Communications Director Eliot Schrage describe what Facebook is doing about community building when the world is becoming increasingly polarized. Here’s the talk he…
“Facebook Is Not the Digital Wild West!”
Sunday at DLD Munich started with Elliot Schrage’s for Facebook surprisingly open and self-critical keynote. He is Vice President of Public Policy and Communication at Facebook, where…
“A credible source is not defined by its popularity”
Art, culture and design are always important topics at DLD. This year co-founder Steffi Czerny was very happy to welcome Hito Steyerl. The German filmmaker, visual artist, writer…
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Consumers and investors are forcing companies to act more responsibly. But to really make a difference, impact investing needs transparency, argues Sir Ronald Cohen.