Reuters printed 5,000 copies for Davos and another 6,000 for clients and others.
Many of the stories are targeted for the Davos crowd; others are more general, such as Jack Shafer's inquiry into the impact of WikiLeaks on global relations, Jonathan Weber's assessment of Twitter's business model and David Rohde's story about the U.S.'s increasing reliance on drone warfare.
Save for a few ads promoting Reuters services, it's a substantial collection of analysis, photojournalism and infographics.
“I would be very surprised if there wasn't a print product in our future,” said Jim Impoco, executive editor of Thomson Reuters Digital. “We're having pretty extensive conversations about it right now.”