46% of U.S. social media users now access platforms such as Twitter and Facebook via their mobile phone, up 9% – almost one-quarter overall – from 2011.
The inaugural #ReutersNext summit drew 40,000 delegates, set global agenda for Professionals and featured across more than 115 TV channels worldwide, with headlines generated in hundreds of local, national, international news outlets around the world https://t.co/uE5zLIXHY5
"Sometimes we need those troublemakers to hold us to account, to challenge our privilege and our power. Even if it makes us uncomfortable." @FordFoundation boss @darrenwalker on how to reform #philanthropy: https://t.co/PNqxC9duiQ #ReutersNext @_EVPA_ @The_EFC https://t.co/3CVqiJwnbD
"I believe demand for financial services in India exceeds supply by a multiple ... more competition is not an issue," Aditya Puri, retired CEO of India's HDFC Bank, tells @ugalani. Register to watch live https://t.co/G7tUwFjpjY #BVPredictions2021 #ReutersNext
You still have another week to make the most of #ReutersNext and catch up on any sessions you missed. Recordings of all interviews, panels, fireside chats and Q&A are available until Friday January 22nd at 5pm (GMT) https://t.co/tLS2bLAOeC https://t.co/JdHphW5zzx
“The #PalmOil industry is a very large industry so… yes, you can have a few bad apples but does it mean that it is a systemic issue and the systems are not in place?” – @ortichit, our Director of #Sustainable Supply Chain, @Reuters #ReutersNEXT https://t.co/NVE1yPSM6C
河野太郎 行政改革担当大臣 ロイターに英語で回答 Decision on Olympics 'could go either way' The once-delayed #TokyoOlympics may not go ahead this summer as planned, Japanese cabinet minister Taro Kono said in an interview at the #ReutersNext conference https://t.co/Ypsoi0EzKz