Here is our Top 7 pick - please note that the ranking still might change as readers continue to engage with the various articles. However do not expect much as most of the social media hype is over after 4 to 6h depending on the topic.
#1: Mashable wrote: "ACTA is More Dangerous Than SOPA" by Lance Ulanoff (@LanceUlanoff)
The stunning declaration came during what was actually an upbeat panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Social Media Impact: 10.555 or live stats here#2: CNN wrote: "Gates donates $750 million to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria" by Irene Chapple (@IreneChappleCNN)
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will inject $750 million into the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates announced Thursday at the World Economic Forum.
Social Media Impact: 4.508 or live stats here#3: The Telegraph wrote: "Google's Eric Schmidt predicts the future of computing - and he plans to be involved" by Kamal Ahmed (@kamalahmed1)
We are talking at Davos, the World Economic Forum conference in the Swiss Alps where some of the biggest names in economics and business come together for four days of discussion and deal making, argument and contract signing.
Social Media Impact: 2.902 or live stats here#4: Bloomberg wrote: "Geithner Says Obama Won’t Ask Him to Remain Past First Term" by Ian Katz and (@iankatz1000) and Trish Regan (@trish_regan)
Social Media Impact: 2.822 or live stats here#5: BBC wrote: "The rich, worried about inequality?" by Robert Peston (@Peston)
The UK is certainly not alone in debating whether the widening gap between the super-haves and the have-littles is an altogether good thing. It is one of the big talking points here at the World Economic Forum, for an obvious reason.
Social Media Impact: 2.626 or live stats here#6: Mashable wrote: "Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore Earns World Economic Forum’s Leadership Award" by Stacy Green (@stacygreen)
The World Economic Forum Wednesday named its Young Global Leader honorees of 2011, and we’re excited to share that Pete Cashmore has been named one of the Young Global Leaders.CEO and founder
Social Media Impact: 2.227 or live stats here#7: Harvard Business Review wrote: "Is the Next Karl Marx a Management Consultant?" by Justin Fox (@foxjust)
I got a press release last night from the World Economic Forum (presumably written in a Davos garret) headlined, "To Serve Society Better, Capitalism Needs a Redesign."
Social Media Impact: 2.116 or live stats here
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