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CEO Talks
For online booking boss, the world is his oyster
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.
 
Luxury watchmaker knows what makes it tick
Raynald Aeschlimann, global president and CEO of premium watch producer Omega SA, first came to China about 20 years ago.
 
Mortgage executive reflects on market challenges
From the outside, the housing market looks solid: Sales are climbing. So are prices. Mortgage rates are near historic lows.
 
Luxury market key to reviving auto brand
Once an iconic luxury car brand in the United States, Cadillac has seen its market share slip to rivals like BMW and Lexus. Johan De Nysschen is trying to recapture the magic that made Cadillac a world-wide symbol of automobile luxury.
 
Top hotelier takes down-to-earth approach
The year 2017 will be the 60th anniversary of Hyatt, which was founded by Chicago billionaire Jay Pritzker in 1957, when he acquired the Hyatt House motel adjacent to the Los Angeles International Airport.
 
My Humble House managing director confident about future of hotel market
Riding on growing revenues, the five-star Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel (喜來登) and Le Meridien Taipei (寒舍艾美) operator My Humble House Hospitality Management Consulting (寒舍餐旅管理顧問) went public in May.
 
Radical model to escape negative woes
When the Tokyo-headquartered Fujifilm Corp elevated Shigetaka Komori, 77, its CEO since June 2003 and group president since 2000, to chair-man in 2012, photographic products, the company's mainstay, were reeling from the digital onslaught.
 
UMC's John Hsuan eyes biotech market across strait
Taiwan's high-tech guru John Hsuan (宣明智) aims for significant growth in mainland China's market in order to make the biotech industry the next pride of Taiwan.
 
Love of milk leads to a lifelong career
Theo Spierings had deep experience from a range of leadership roles before he landed the job as chief executive officer of New Zealand's Fonterra Cooperative Group, the world's biggest dairy exporter known for its high-end milk products.
 
Passion runs deep in family tradition
Greg Johnson, chairman and CEO of global financial giant Franklin Templeton Investments, owes his success to an innate passion about what he does.
 
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