Wall St. returns to 'Davos in desert' as outrage over Khashoggi murder fades

Pedro Gonçalves
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If last year's Future Investment Initiative was snubbed by business and world leaders as outrage peaked over the killing of the Washington Post columnist,  this week the global finance and business elites are descending on Riyadh for Saudi Arabia's marquee investment summit. Former premiers Mr Cameron, Francois Fillon, of France, Matteo Renzi, of Italy and Kevin Rudd, of Australia, will attend the conference from October 29 to 31. Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman and SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son are among scores of executives due to speak at the three-day Future Investment Initiati...

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