Across the EU economy, women earn on average around 16.1% less than men.1 Governments across Europe are pushing more legislation: in the UK, all private and public companies with more than 250 employees must now report gender difference
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lmost daily we see media coverage of potential downturns or various bubbles bursting.
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The communications industry has never been quick to innovate.
You became chief communication officer at Credit Suisse Group in 2004. After four years of residing in the country known best for the Alps, expensive watches and delicious cheese, how would you describe the Swiss?