Despite a slowing economy, Europe still presents opportunities for robust growth, the chief of America's biggest jeweler, Tiffany & Co., told CNBC.» Read More
In an exclusive interview with CNBC's Christine Tan, U.S. fashion mogul Tory Burch outlines her expansion plans in the mainland.
A deepening slowdown in China's property sector has triggered fears over a domino effect on Asia's builders, but some Asian builders remain optimistic.
China's property slowdown could benefit the rest of the region. Four influential Asian builders share their perspectives in this week's "Managing Asia."
Working in China requires "extraordinary persistence," according to world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie.
Speaking to CNBC's "Managing Asia" as part of the "Asia Builders" event, Moshe Safdie, Founder of Safdie Architects, explains why he's not worried about a market bubble in Asia.
Blue Bird Group, Indonesia's largest taxi operator, is banking on its initial public offering (IPO) to fuel growth.
Speaking to CNBC in this week's "Managing Asia", Noni Purnomo, President Director of Blue Bird Group, hopes the upcoming initial public offering can speed up the firm's expansion.
As the world clamors for a slice of the burgeoning Chinese market, Malaysian pewter maker Royal Selangor believes China holds the key to innovation.
CNBC's Christine Tan speaks to the fourth-generation leaders behind the world's largest pewter maker Royal Selangor about their expansion plans in the mainland.
Once the ailing part of a family business, Singapore-listed Eu Yan Sang International, is in the pink of health.
Richard Eu, Group CEO of Eu Yan Sang International, is the fourth generation leader of the Singapore-listed family business. He tells CNBC how he is looking for his successor.
In this web-exclusive video for "Managing Asia", Richard Eu, CEO of Eu Yan Sang International, recommends some traditional Chinese herbs that fellow CEOs can take to stay healthy.
Amid rising wages in China, Luen Thai Holdings has been seeking greener pastures in the likes of Southeast Asia so as to stay competitive. CNBC's Christine Tan has more.
The CEO of Australian oil and gas producer Linc Energy said the firm does not regret switching its share market listing from Sydney to Singapore.
Peter Bond, CEO of Linc Energy, explains why he took over the resources firm when it was on the verge of bankruptcy. He also tells CNBC the reason behind the switch in market listing from Sydney to Singapore.
Despite expectations for weaker growth in the Philippines this year, Teresita Sy-Coson, one of the country's most powerful women, isn't daunted by the prospects of an economic slowdown.
Teresita Sy-Coson, Vice-Chairperson, SM Investments Corporation, recalls how she learned the ropes of her family business, which is one of Philippines' most well-known conglomerate.
After years of disappointing results, Hong Kong Disneyland saw its first profit in 2012 and the key to its financial turnaround is expansion.
Andrew Kam, managing director of Hong Kong Disneyland, discusses how the Disney theme park overcome a global financial crisis and a swine flu outbreak in its early days.
Fashion label Raoul's plans to go global got a royal boost when Britain's Kate Middleton donned its pieces during her visit to Singapore in 2012.
Friday, 19 December 2014
Anchor Kaori Enjoji
Michael Kowalski, CEO of Tiffany and Co., has kept the global sales of America's biggest jeweler shining through rough times. As he prepares to step down, he talks to Kaori Enjoji about the plans he has set in motion to keep the sparkle on the 177-year-old icon.
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