Leadership Series: Mario Draghi, The Man who Saved the Euro

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According to Mario Draghi, the Italian leader of the European Central Bank, the Eurozone can now exhale.  

Born just two years after the end of World War II into a broken country on the losing side of the war, Mario Draghi instinctively understands that the instability and hardship caused by en masse unemployment and uncontrolled inflation can be dangerous for even the most deep-rooted democracies.

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Habemus Papam


In just over 25 hours, the 115 cardinals from 50 countries gathered in the Sistine Chapel Conclave have chosen their new Pope.

After two signals of black smoke, at 7:10pm yesterday the arrival of the awaited white smoke stopped the world when the Vatican chimney announced the election of its new Church leader, with a surprise included – that he would be the first Latin American pope in History.

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