Davos Diary: Thursday
Reuters interviewed Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, directly in front of the Reuters Library this morning. No sooner had the cameras packed up than UK Prime Minister David Cameron and his posse walked by on their way to the Congress Center, while an armored van with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev exited in the opposite direction. Our prime location at the Davos Library ensures that everyone entering or exiting the Congress Center passes in front of Reuters.
Above, Global Sales & Marketing Managing Director Christopher Perry smiles as Reuters interviews Boris Johnson in the background.
Davos Today continued another banner day of live television interviews. To add to our politico sightings, the Prime Minister of Sweden came in to tape this morning, followed by the Prime Minister of Norway this afternoon. Peter Sands, Chairman of Standard Chartered, is taping an interview now as I type.
Our Thomson Reuters Mountain Lunch, to be held at a mountain restaurant, will take place this Saturday, the closing day of Davos. The guest list of clients and media is filled to bursting, with a wait-list!
More World Economic Forum coverage:
- Follow live and taped interviews with financial and government leaders online on Reuters Insider.
- Watch coverage and read what Reuters journalists are saying on Reuters.com.
- Check out the video interview with David Craig.
- And catch up with our correspondent’s earlier posts: Davos Diary: Day one, Day two and Day Three