Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities, says he's on the side of minority shareholders in the Tsui Wah Group property purchase saga.
A new U.S. report on issues, such as the one China policy, is unlikely to be paid attention to by Trump, the SCMP reports.
A fund manager is issuing a call to action against a Hong Kong eatery chain, claiming that a proposed deal would only benefit insiders.
China is fertile ground for theme park operators, but geopolitics may ultimately stymie the success of foreign entrants.
John Tsang was particularly muddle-headed in advocating a two-tier tax regime, the SCMP reports.
Quentin Sannie, CEO of Devialet, talks about how the audio hardware company is exploring inventive ways of creating retail experiences for customers.
The money mill that undergirds many of China's aggressive assets buying in Hong Kong may be coming to a temporary halt, the SCMP reports.
A double whammy of a strong greenback and higher oil prices is set to weigh on earnings of Asia's premium airlines.
Gregory So, secretary for commerce and economic development of Hong Kong, talks about how the city has to boost its cultural attractions.
Gregory So, secretary for commerce and economic development of Hong Kong, talks about how the encouraging mainland tourist arrivals will impact retail.
The abduction of Xiao Jianhua from Hong Kong by Chinese agents last week is stoking investor concerns, the FT reports.
A billionaire who disappeared from his hotel over the Lunar New Year is on the mainland and "assisting investigations," the SCMP reports.
The abduction stokes fears that Hong Kong is losing its autonomy, Financial Times reports.
NOSH, an Alibaba-backed food startup in Hong Kong, is exploring the distribution of healthy, boxed meals out of vending machines.
Justina Chiu, CEO of Fortune REIT, talks about the impact of Chinese New Year on the retail scene and domestic retail spending.
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Properties, weighs in on the scarcity of residential land in Hong Kong.
Norman Chan, CIO of Oreana Private Wealth, says capital outflow are a reason for flagging Hong Kong markets.
CNBC's Emily Tan looks at how banks and authorities in Hong Kong are preparing new banknotes for customers exchanging their bills for the Lunar New Year.
A sixfold surge in seizures of bogus HK$100 banknotes was recorded last year, the SCMP reports.
Hong Kong will release Singapore's armored vehicles impounded and detained in the Chinese-ruled territory during shipment from Taiwan.