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The Hong Kong-mainland China high-speed train will enhance connectivity and be economically beneficial, says Lincoln Leong, MTR Corportation CEO.
Singapore remained the world's most expensive city for the third year in a row, but Hong Kong leapfrogged higher, a new survey found.
The Hong Kong government promises to provide better psychological support services to students.
The Hong Kong government has pledged better psychological services for schools after four students committed suicide in just five days.
Sotheby's Asia CEO Kevin Ching talks about Hong Kong art's increasing prominence, and whether China's slowdown will hurt his industry.
Among Hang Seng Index companies, representation of women in the boardroom stands at 11 percent, notes Fern Ngai, CEO of Community Business.
Kohler's Larry Yuen expects business opportunities as Hong Kong property rentals fall to more reasonable levels.
Some investors may be nervous about China but UBS's Min Lan Tan says there are some great investment opportunities in the region right now.
B..G Srinivas, group MD of PCCW, says the firm's core businesses, which includes telco, media and IT services, had healthy growth in 2015.
Unless China's economic slowdown worsens dramatically, Hong Kong will likely grow by 1-2 percent this year, says HSBC's John Zhu.
HKU's Danny Gittings explains why the Hong Kong government can't break away from the expensive annual distribution of budget sweeteners.
Mike Rowse, MD at Treloar Enterprises, says the new measures in the Hong Kong 2016/2017 Budget are not "building for the future."
Hong Kong should sell the bricks hurled during recent riots to democracy-loving tourists, like Germany did the Berlin Wall, one HK MP proposes.
Charles Kinsley from KPMG China and Alexander Lee from DBS Vickers Securities discuss what will be introduced in Hong Kong's 2016-2017 Budget.
Michael Tien, Hong Kong legislator and chairman of G2000 Group, says Hong Kong's retail and tourism sector needs increased tax relief measures.
Peter Toogood, from City Financial Investment Company, doubts whether Liu Shiyu, China's new chief securities regulator, will change anything.
Investors will look to East Asia for clues on the region's economic health and news out of the G20 Finance Ministers meeting this week.
China has hit back at U.N. criticism of its human rights record, saying missing Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo was "safe and sound."
HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, the bank said on Sunday, following a review into a potential move to Hong Kong.
After a rip-roaring week, Wall Street should be in better spirits when it gets back to work Tuesday.