Away With Europe's Sob Stories
LONDON, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/31/13 -- Europe is too often
written off as an infertile economic landscape of uncompromising cuts
and lacklustre job opportunities despite much of the region's flair
and dynamism remaining relatively unspoiled. As the debilitated bloc
bumbles on through tumultuous waves of economic turmoil, the region's
many and varied success stories have been left largely untold by a
crowd too easily led to believe its fortunes have faded.
Apart from the mire of negativity, this season's issue of European
CEO is now available for those requiring the necessary numbers,
analysis, strategy and guidance to make informed business decisions
in Europe's diverse marketplace. Addressing the corporate needs of
Europe's leading business figures, European CEO's coverage is
compiled to suit the ever-complex and evolving needs of the region's
senior-most management personnel.
This quarter's issue ponders the lessons to be learned from Greece's
long love affair with austerity, and analyses the ways in which
continued cuts have curtailed investment and growth. We consider the
potential profits and losses to be gained from banker bonus caps, and
the fiery debate surrounding the pros and cons of financial
transaction tax. We collect our thoughts on the many issues of this
year's G8 summit, and delve into Western Europe wherein Francois
Hollande has become the most hated French president of all time and
Angela Merkel is embarking upon an election campaign. This edition
also uncovers the illustrious careers of a great many individuals, as
this issue's CEO profiles range from Nokia's Stephen Elop to Russia's
"Darth Vader" and Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin.
Apart from Europe, we speak to the CEO of one of Qatar's leading
private investment firms, Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah al Thani, as we
consider the ways in which international investment may well prove
vital in bolstering Europe's depleted fortunes.
By delving into matters of business and management, finance, and
culture we seek to uncover the best that Europe has to offer, and to
provide an unparalleled reading experience, both in print and online,
for Europe's foremost business leaders.
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