Cem Karakas may be running the world's newest snack conglomerate, Pladis Group－established less than one year ago last April－but his ambitions to grow the company's market share in China are as big and mature as any of the veteran players in the country.
"Do What You Love" is Adam Neumann's catchphrase and no-one who has visited a location of WeWork－the world's biggest co-working space operator ...
When he first came to Hong Kong to play tennis as a teenager in the late 1970s, Bruce Rockowitz didn't become a professional tennis player as he originally planned. Instead, he met Allen Zeman ...
Luxury sports car brand McLaren has gone a long way from selling its first car in China four years ago to now generating a major chunk of its global sales from the country, riding on the keen interest in the marque shown by China's rapidly growing wealthy consumers.
For Roelof Joosten, a love of life and milk led him to work in a dairy company. When he landed the job as the CEO of Dutch dairy producer Royal FrieslandCampina, one of the world's five largest dairy companies, he refreshed its strategies and changed it to be a more purpose-driven company., 1 Comment
What Lloyd's of London chairman John Nelson sees is a "perfect storm" facing the global insurance market.
Sitting in front of a room-sized aerospace simulator for pilots, Darius Adamczyk, president and chief operating officer of Honeywell, deftly shifts from topic to topic ...
Daniel Sennheiser, chief executive officer of Sennheiser Electronic GmbH & Co KG, one of the world's biggest audio system producers by sales revenue, cannot stop thinking about how many lower-tier Chinese cities his products have yet to reach, every time he visits the country.
After successfully orchestrating a series of remarkable corporate turnarounds, Fenno Chang has gained a reputation for his fearless attitude when it comes to business.
"Doing more with less" is Blake Moret's buzz-phrase. And, in his book, even in the age of cost-conscious corporates culture, "less" need not always mean fewer workers or a thinner wage bill－and "more" could very well mean more "indirect" jobs.