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DAVOS, Switzerland For 25 years he had the ear of world leaders, CEOs and even rock stars at Davos, but the Swiss ski resort's most-listened to man has moved on.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22 For 25 years he had
the ear of world leaders, CEOs and even rock stars at Davos, but
the Swiss ski resort's most-listened to man has moved on.
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