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The Power of Individuals

by Mable-Ann Chang | Nov. 9 2020

Jeremy Heimans is the co-founder and CEO of Purpose, a public benefit corporation. In this interview, Heimans explores the.

A Balancing Act

by Mable-Ann Chang | Nov. 4 2020

Hans Vriens, founder and Managing Partner of Vriens & Partners, looks at the growing relationship between China and South-East.

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The Potential of Professional Women in Emerging Markets

When talking about gender equality, people think of blue-collar workers in the garment industry in Bangladesh or women in.

by Tom Nunlist | Nov. 2 2016

Coffee in China: A New Beverage for a New Age

In the past two decades, coffee has been making significant in-roads in China. Although it might not be a.

by Tom Nunlist | Oct. 26 2016

URwork, China’s WeWork?

Inspired by the unicorn WeWork in the US, Chinese entrepreneurs have been starting their own co-working spaces. And renting.

by Teng Bingsheng | Oct. 19 2016

Big data’s pursuit of the perfectly tailored ad: An Interview with Anindya Ghose

Imagine when you walk in a shopping mall, a mobile advertisement pops up on your phone, giving you a coupon.

by Deng Yuanyuan | Oct. 18 2016

Mohamed El-Erian on Central Bank Effectiveness and China

Central banking is not enough. While monetary policy did much to recover from the global financial crisis, its instruments have.

by Maurits Elen | Oct. 12 2016

Mark Pinner on Brexit and UK-China Relations

Three months after the Brexit vote, although some people are still in shock and refuse to take the result, most.

by Deng Yuanyuan and Liu Sha | Oct. 6 2016

Water Sustainability, Disaster Relief and Business Ethics: Coca-Cola China’s Sustainability Officer Talks CSR

“Sustainability is one of those issues that I am very passionate in, it is linked to my beliefs,” says Zhang.

by Neelima Mahajan | Oct. 5 2016

Roger Martin on the Lost Art of Strategy

Companies today are less enthusiastic about corporate strategy. Strategy as a way of thinking has become “a lost discipline”, as.

by Tom Nunlist | Sep. 21 2016

Dorie Clark on Defining Your Personal Brand

With new innovations taking place every day, we have entered an era where industries and companies are increasingly at risk.

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 19 2016

New regulations may hit Didi-Uber and give Yidao Yongche a chance: an interview with Yidao’s CEO

Yidao Yongche was the first car-hailing business in China. At first, the company was badly affected by opposition from.

by Liu Sha and Deng Yuanyuan | Aug. 22 2016

Torben Pheiffer on Chinese Consumer Behavior in a Rapidly Changing Market

Torben Pheiffer from SapientNitro explains how MNCs need to adapt their branding strategies in China.

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 17 2016

Unequal, but in it Together: An Interview with Tony Atkinson, author of Inequality

In the early 20th century, the world managed to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty, yet the.

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 15 2016

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