• CEOs Should Be Worried About Automation, Populism, and Data Manipulation

    9 days ago - By Fortune

    What should keep CEOs up at night?
    Jami Miscik, the vice chairman and CEO of Kissinger Associates, an international geopolitical consulting firm, speaking at the Fortune Most Powerful Women International conference in Montreal, Canada on Tuesday morning, noted that the world has become a more unpredictable place in recent years-largely due to the unconventional leadership of President Donald Trump-and that uncertainty presents challenges for companies. She noted that the changing relationships between longtime allies and the U.S.'s retreat from the Middle East and Asia are changing the...
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