Alan Rappeport, who’s 4,000 miles away in New York, does some real reporting while the crowds of journalists at the schmooztastic gabfest play spot-the-mogul in the Kongresszentrum:
ExecuJet, which is handling private business jets flying to the World Economic Forum at surrounding airports, said there have been more requests for private flights than ever this year and they are already servicing more aircraft than the record 325 in 2008.
In its own way, this is even more damning than the bonuses. At least those are down on the year. Can nothing burst the Davos bubble?