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DOMO 2 / 2017

DOMO 2 / 2017

DOMO 2 / 2017
Art at work

Contemporary art moves into Ringier’s Medienpark offices in the Zurich neighborhood of Altstetten. As the works are selected, shipped and hung, the sacred meets the profane.

Iris Bohnet E

Professor Iris Bohnet’s research at Harvard gives her insight on how companies can find the best possible employees. She is certain: «Big data will bring huge changes to the field of human resource management.»

Social Influencer

They pose, smile and eat incessantly – and make a living from it. How digital influencers turn their followers into funds.

Contents

4 Art at Work Contemporary art moves into Ringier’s Medienpark offices in the Zurich neighborhood of Altstetten. As the works are selected, shipped and hung, the sacred meets the profane.

14 «Big, dirty, fast!» Alumni of the Ringier School of Journalism report on their internships at editorial offices in Berlin, Hamburg and Brussels. 

16 Focus on Ringier The best press photos of the last quarter.

18 «Almost a revolution» Professor Iris Bohnet’s research at Harvard gives her insight on how companies can find the best possible employees. She is certain: «Big data will bring huge changes to the field of human resource management.»

22 Employer: Social Media They pose, smile and eat incessantly – and make a living from it. How digital influencers turn their followers into funds.

25 «The Piazza is amazing!» Scottish singer Amy Macdonald will be performing at Locarno’s Moon & Stars Festival for the first time since 2014.

26 Breathless? No. Gasping! DOMO writer René Haenig gets such explosive answers from singer Helene Fischer that his interview is deleted
from every archive.

28 Finite  Publisher Michael Ringier on why journalism assists people in perceiving reality.

29 My Week – Dong Tran Why the son of the director of Marry Network, Vietnam, is called Zurich. 

30 The Man with the Cloud  Anniversary: Heinz Schär  / Recommended Reading by  Marc Walder