Against a backdrop of reports that some multinationals are pulling back their low-end manufacturing operations from China in the face of struggles with rising labor costs and growing competition from local rivals, Dow Chemical Chief Executive Andrew Liveris is resolute, saying: "That's not Dow."
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said he was not concerned that China's continuing fight against overcapacity in its steel sector would hurt the business of the mining behemoth.
Having served more than three decades at the world's biggest oil producer, few know better than Amin Nasser about Saudi Arabian Oil Company, also known as Saudi Aramco.
Uwe Lauber said he's almost become half Chinese after countless visits to China. The CEO of MAN Diesel & Turbo, Lauber said that extremely heavy program of trips is because China is MAN's biggest and most important market.
Gregory Hayes, chairman and chief executive officer of United Technologies Corp, believes that globalization will not only increase trade among countries－but will also create global supply chain networks across developed and developing countries.
As China increases its efforts to provide low-cost and effective medical services through the government's healthcare reforms, the plan offers potential for all market players, including foreign companies.
Kevin Connelly, a seasoned corporate headhunter and managing partner and chief executive officer of US-based global headhunter Spencer Stuart, said he felt quite excited about fresh developments in his industry.
Jebsen Group－a conglomerate with a rich business portfolio ranging from beer to car components－believes the Chinese government's initiatives in boosting the consumption-led and services-led economy...
Michael Kaschke has a relentless focus, vision and passion for his company. Which is understandable, given that he is president and CEO of Carl Zeiss AG, one of world's biggest optical and optoelectronic solutions suppliers.
Disrupted by the wave of digital transformation coursing through industry, gone are the days when public relations professionals could solely focus on helping a client navigate a steady course within a predictable set of known business challenges.