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DOMO 2 / 2021

DOMO 2 / 2021

ePaper DOMO 2 / 2021

«There is fighting tooth and nail»

After 13 years as editor-in-chief of Beobachter magazine, Andres Büchi is retiring. He takes stock in the big interview with DOMO. «There is no such thing as completely objective journalism.»

«Education is everything»

Almost twenty years ago, Thomas Trüb created the Dariu Foundation in Vietnam. Since then, it has been able to help over one million people, not least thanks to support from Ringier.  

Copycat

Having a great business idea in Silicon Valley means you need to implement it fast, as the competition will not hesitate to copy business models.

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«There is fighting tooth and nail»
After 13 years as editor-in-chief of Beobachter magazine, Andres Büchi is retiring. He takes stock in the big interview with DOMO. «There is no such thing as completely objective journalism.»

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«Education is everything»
Almost twenty years ago, Thomas Trüb created the Dariu Foundation in Vietnam. Since then, it has been able to help over one million people, not least thanks to support from Ringier. 

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Dariu provides perspectives
The Dariu Foundation allows young people to get an education. How a fisherman and a young disabled woman were given an opportunity – and seized it.

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Artificial Ignorance
Publisher Michael Ringier on how AI tries to foist a fleece jacket on him. 

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Focus on Ringier
Ringier’s best photos of the last quarter.

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Copycat
Having a great business idea in Silicon Valley means you need to implement it fast, as the competition will not hesitate to copy business models.

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Get out of the offside position!
«Men see us women as alien elements in sports journalism,» says iconic reporter Sabine Töpperwien. But an increasing number of women are making their mark in this male domain. 

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«Not without my smartphone»
Noizz Serbia editor-in-chief Ana Ladjarevic starts the week in her office in Belgrade and ends it on the beach in Greece.

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Interwoven with Ringier
Anniversary: Cornelia Bär / Recommended reading by Marc Walder