CMORE Automotive acquired by Luxoft of Switzerland

Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company, Completes Acquisition of CMORE Automotive

The acquisition builds on Luxoft’s capabilities in data-driven development, testing and validation of Autonomous Drive/Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Thursday, April 9, 2020 Zug, Switzerland: Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company (NYSE: DXC), today announced the completion of its acquisition of CMORE Automotive, an independent services provider dedicated to the development and validation of AI-driven mobility systems.

Switzerland's ASEA Brown Boveri Coronavirus Update March 30, 2020

ABB: COVID-19 Update - Monday, March 30, 2020 - Zurich, Switzerland - ABB is constantly monitoring the pandemic situation around COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). The health and safety of its employees, customers and partners remains the company’s number one priority and we are working hard to assess and mitigate any risks.

Galderma Research on Prurigo Nodularis, Nodule Forming Skin Disease

Investigational Therapy Nemolizumab in Patients with Moderate to Severe Prurigo Nodularis
Lausanne, Switzerland Friday, February 21, 2020: Results from Phase 2 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Nemolizumab met the primary endpoint of a greater improvement in Peak Pruritus Numerical rating scale (PP-NRS) from baseline to Week 4 compared to placebo.
Nemolizumab was recently granted FDA Breakthrough Therapy Designation for the treatment of patients suffering from prurigo nodularis.

Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa in Davos Visit

Indian State Head CM B.S. Yediyurappa is in Davos with full thrust to lure foreign investment for Karnataka India.

Davos News 23 January 2020 Global security and space firm Lockheed Martin, Danish prestigious drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk and global automotive parts manufacturer Denso are interested in investing in the state.

Highlights of the Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa Address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, inaugurated by the Curtain Riser Program at the Global Investors Conference in Bangalore.

Societal and environmental agendas success essentially need government, business and civil society to act together

New public-opinion poll calls for better climate education and urgent upskilling

Geneva, Switzerland, 21 January 2020 – A global survey of public opinion published today by the World Economic Forum finds that the world overwhelmingly blames global warming on human activity, with some regions slightly less trusting of climate science in 2020.

The survey also finds a majority of people in the world believe schools are under-preparing students for jobs. Outside of the Americas and South Asia, education is still viewed as a privilege for half of the population or less.