Hackers working for China's army appear to have resumed their attacks on U.S. companies. The NYT reports.» Read More
Failing to acknowledge a culture gap partly explains why some brand messages are not well received and integrated in China.
Barry Cheung, Chairman, RUSAL, also Chairman of Hong Kong Chief Executive-elect Leung Chun-ying's campaign, talks about issues the incoming leader of Hong Kong has to tackle. He also addresses questions on his role post-election, and the latest leadership change at Rusal.
I wonder if the thousands of protestors who clashed with police here on Sunday realized the irony that it was April Fool’s Day, because a lot of what took place on a lovely cool and crisp bright weekend made Hong Kong look really foolish.
SouthGobi Resources may be about to lose one ‘big brother’ but stands to gain an even larger one with greater clout, if a proposed deal by Chalco to buy Ivanhoe Mining’s controlling stake in the Mongolian-focused coal producer is completed.
Alex Wong, Director, Asset Management, Ample Capital, says the selloff in Sun Hung Kai Properties is an overreaction and recommends investors buy shares in the company at HK$95.
Shares of Sun Hung Kai Properties, Asia’s largest real estate developer, tumbled 12 percent on Friday after the company’s billionaire owners were arrested on suspicion of corruption.
Qantas’ planned joint venture with China Eastern Airlines could run into regulatory headwinds in Hong Kong, according to an expert on aviation policy but the airline says it's confident of getting approval.
China's top 3 airlines are thriving due to the growing domestic market. But Leithen Francis, Asian Editor, Aviation Week told CNBC that Chinese carriers need another 10 years to catch up with their global peers to successfully compete in the international market.
Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways, explains how the Qantas-China Eastern partnership will lower travel costs for those in Hong Kong. He adds there is a tremendous amount of opportunity in the Hong Kong market that the airline can tap.
Malcolm Wood, Head of Investment Strategy, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Australia and Dickie Wong, Executive Director, Kingston Securities say CY Leung's victory in Hong Kong's leadership election is positive for the HK market & the property sector.
Brian Fong, Lecturer, Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, discusses the outcome of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Election. Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ joins in the conversation.
The ultimate aim of Hong Kong’s “mini” constitution called the Basic Law is that the chief executive of the city should be elected by the people. Beijing has set a date for this – 2017 when the fifth chief executive election takes place.
Giles Morgan, Head of Sponsorship and Events at HSBC, justifies the bank's sponsorship of the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens at a time of cost cutting and job losses at the firm.
Alan Leong, Leader, Civic Party, says if there is a draw between CY Leung and Henry Tang, another round of CE election will happen in 42 days. He thinks going forward, Beijing will probably continue to keep election under firm control, and candidates will still be hand-picked by Beijing.
As Hong Kong gears up for elections this weekend, one of the looming questions is whether the new leader will work to bridge the wealth gap.
It’s the dirtiest, nastiest election yet in Hong Kong’s short modern history as a part of China. The race between Henry Tang and Leung Chun-ying has decomposed into mudslinging over Tang’s infidelity, illegal construction, and Leung’s alleged ties to organized crime, commercial conflicts of interest, and allegations that he advocated draconian police crackdowns on protestors nearly a decade ago.
As China’s construction boom slows, steel mills across the country are scrambling to find ways to bolster profits, and one has hit on an unusual strategy: raising pigs. The FT reports.
Martin Cubbon, CEO of Swire Properties Gerard Lyons, Chief Economist & Group Head of Global Research, Standard Chartered Bank talk about Hong Kong's retail and office property market.
With Galaxy Entertainment's net profit coming in below expectations, Andrew Leung, Chairman, Andrew Leung International Consultants, says its Macau casino is targeting China's growing middle class, which is seeing rising household incomes. He adds the Guangzhou-Zhuhai railway built to bring Chinese to Macau will increase Galaxy's business.