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.
Italian menswear designer Ermenegildo Zegna has taken Chinese customers to heart with salespeople speaking their own language at its new and largest store in London's Bond Street.
Every morning Matt Levatich walks into his garage and listens to his three Harley-Davidson motorcycles to hear which one of the Harleys－known affectionately to owners and fans as "hogs"－"speaks" to him, and picks the one that he feels right for the day.
Jussi Pylkkanen thinks himself more of an aficionado and part of the cultural landscape - that connects museums, foundations and art dealers from the four corners of the earth - than the president of Christie's, one of the two biggest international auction houses.
Taiwanese food company Hsin Tung Yang Co. (HTY, 新東陽), famed for its trademark beef jerky and pineapple cakes, is on a mission to prove old can still be gold.
Global biotechnology company Roche Group is committed to driving innovation forward in China, which offers a market of 1.3 billion people.