GFLC Morning Links



The Global Financial Leadership Conference brings together newsmakers from the worlds of finance, economics, media and politics to discuss the ideas that will shape the future of financial markets and the global economy. The 2012 conference  begins today in Naples, Florida. Some links on what the newsmakers at this year’s conference have been saying lately:

Condoleezza Rice on the future for the GOP (CBS)

Richard Branson on how to delegate control of your finances (Entrepreneur)

Karl Rove is far from finished (Dallas Morning News)

James Carville: Political demographics are changing (CNN)

Jimmy Wales on online protest and the flow of information (Memeburn)

Madeline Albright: Fragmentation in Europe is not a good thing (The Express, U.K.)

Ted Koppel takes on the truthsayers (NBC)

As India’s economy sags, Raghuram Rajan asked to help (New York Times)


You can find a full listing of the 2012 GFLC speakers and agenda here. Watch OpenMarkets for highlights of GFLC throughout the week.



Debbie Carlson has focused on commodities for much of her writing career. She spent more than a decade at Dow Jones covering the Chicago-based futures exchanges. As a Dow Jones editor, she worked closely with The Wall Street Journal and Barron's in planning commodities coverage.

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