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Freshly Brewed or Overly Roasted?

by Mark Andrews | Dec. 1 2019

Starbucks had coffee lovers in China’s main cities wrapped up until Luckin arrived.

Charitable Giving in China—from Passion to Impact

by Mable-Ann Chang | Oct. 25 2019

Philanthropy has taken a firm hold amongst middle-class urban residents in China, especially through CKSGB's Social Innovation programs.

Knowledge Magazine

CKGSB Knowledge is the school's quarterly English language publication.

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CKGSB Knowledge Summer 2014 Issue: China’s Urban Pulse

The Summer 2014 issue of CKGSB Knowledge is out! It has articles and interviews like: COVER STORY:  The Business of.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jun. 4 2014

Private Healthcare in China: Will Business Sentiment Survive?

China’s public healthcare system is ill-equipped to handle growing demand. On the other hand, private healthcare in.

by Suzanne Edwards | May. 26 2014

Music in China: The Beat Goes Online

The rise of indie music in China, and how China’s musical talent navigates piracy and red tape. It’s.

by Greg Isaacson | May. 19 2014

Gender Equality in the Workplace: Is China Ahead?

CKGSB Knowledge cuts through the punditry and asks three women business leaders to air their views on gender equality in.

by Suzanne Edwards, with reporting by Greg Isaacson | May. 12 2014

China Roundup: The Alibaba IPO Filing; Zhaopin’s NYSE Listing; and Baby Formula Woes

The week that was: The Alibaba IPO, possibly the biggest IPO ever, is finally coming; online recruitment site Zhaopin plans.

by Neelima Mahajan | May. 9 2014

Stem Cell Research in China: Regenerative Economics

What is the state of stem cell research in China? Who is positioned to make the most money from stem.

by Colin Shek | May. 5 2014

CHINA ROUND-UP: Workforce Shrinks Again; Lenovo Buys IBM Server; And Big Four Auditors Barred

The week that was: China workforce declines two years in a row; trust product distributed by ICBC faces default;  Lenovo.

by Major Tian | Jan. 24 2014

The Rich and the Rest 1: What Higher Executive Pay means for Corporate Growth

In this series of articles, we take a look at the business impact of the global divergence between the rich.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 9 2013

Sustainability and inclusiveness primer: The need for multi-stakeholder engagement in China

In mid-July, the city of Jiangmen in Guangdong province staged one of the largest demonstrations in recent years to.

by Anson Wong | Aug. 1 2013

Bottom of the Pyramid and Beyond: The Thinker Interview with Stuart Hart

  In the year 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart published a groundbreaking article in Strategy+Business magazine that.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jun. 6 2013

Business on the Battlefield: Sun Tzu’s The Art of War

Sun Tzu’s The Art of War is the gift that keeps on giving in the world of business strategy.

by Don Weinland | Apr. 28 2013

Can Shanghai Tang Become the definitive Chinese luxury brand?

  What luxury clothing retailer Shanghai Tang’s ascent means for made-in-China luxury brands that play up.

by AmbikaBehal | Apr. 9 2013

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