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.
German companies usually conjure up a serious, no-nonsense image when it comes to management styles. But Ken Allen, CEO of DHL Express, often belts out a song with spirit at work.
Air France-KLM says its passengers will be impressed by the many new Chinese cultural features it is now offering on its services between China and Europe－including Chinese interpreters and a lavish Chinese menu.
Dara Khosrowshahi, the CEO of Expedia Inc, said he didn't know how much he would love it, when he first joined the company 11 year ago.
Raynald Aeschlimann, global president and CEO of premium watch producer Omega SA, first came to China about 20 years ago.
From the outside, the housing market looks solid: Sales are climbing. So are prices. Mortgage rates are near historic lows.