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The World Economic Forum started today and will run until Friday in Davos, Switzerland. The Meeting’s theme will be Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World. The key topics will cover the economy, Society, Geopolitics, Industry and yes, Technology. There will be aproximately 3,000 participants from around the world.


On the topic of technology, the focus will be: "How to create a global consensus on deployment of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies and avoid a ‘technology war.’


Tonight in Davos, Apple and Microsoft CEO's had dinner with Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro. The photo of the dinner table was widely shared after Axios reporter Felix Salmon posted it to Twitter.



In a photo of a second tweet we see Tim Cook with the CEO of Bank of America. Both holding signs saying Brazil, country of opportunities.


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Tomorrow, in a more down to earth agenda, another report states that Apple's Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook plans to attend a breakfast with U.S. President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland.


On Wednesday, Cook and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty will brief Trump on a new campaign that highlights multiple ways to get an education, according to people familiar with the plan.


Trump and Cook have cultivated a unique working relationship, and these ties may have helped Apple in the administration’s recent trade deal with China.


Earlier today in Davos, Cook met with the prime ministers of Finland, Spain and Croatia. For more read the Bloomberg report titled "Apple CEO Cook Plans to Attend Trump Breakfast in Davos," that's on Bloomberg's home page today.


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