Despite a slowing economy, Europe still presents opportunities for robust growth, the chief of America's biggest jeweler, Tiffany & Co., told CNBC.» Read More
Douglas Benjamin, Co-founder of Raoul and COO of FJ Benjamin Group, tells CNBC how the Singapore fashion label plans to make further inroads into international markets.
Two years after leaving the food and beverage industry, Singaporean Lee Meng Tat is now living a wild life – quite literally.
Lee Meng Tat, CEO of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, describes the challenges he faced while running one of Asia's top wildlife parks.
While global luxury brands are stepping up the battle for Asia's shoppers, Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe prefers to keep things slow.
CNBC's Christine Tan speaks to the father and son team behind Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe on why it's taking its time to expand in China.
Lui Che Woo, founder and chairman of Galaxy Entertainment, runs six casinos in Macau but he told CNBC that gambling isn’t really his cup of tea.
Lui Che Woo, Founder and Chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group, tells CNBC why he's optimistic that his gaming business will reap better profits this year despite a slowdown in China.
Royal Group Holdings, a Singapore property group, isn't worried about competition even as the supply of hotel rooms continues to expand.
Asok Kumar Hiranandani, Chairman of Royal Group Holdings, says the carving up of its family business in 2011 was necessary for its succession and future expansion plans.
Popular micro-blogging site Weibo is thriving but the CEO of parent firm Sina Corporation told CNBC he neglected investment in its core portal.
Charles Chao, Chairman and CEO of SINA, describes what his priorities are for this year.
Hary Tanoesoedibjo, CEO of Indonesia's MNC Group, discusses how he made the switch from investment banking to establish one of the country's top media conglomerates.
The rise of mobile on-demand content consumption has led to predictions of the death of television but media mogul Haim Saban couldn't disagree more.
The founder of Shanghai Tang told CNBC that he has been described by people who work for him as a "tyrant."
In a preview of this week's Managing Asia episode, David Tang, founder of Shanghai Tang, tells CNBC's Christine Tan plans for his "next big thing" - retirement.
Oversupply is a major issue in the Chinese hospitality market, CEO of luxury hotel group Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels Clement Kwok told CNBC.
While Europe is showing signs of an economic recovery, no region is likely to see robust growth, the CEO of Deutsche Post DHL told CNBC.
Budget carrier Tigerair has had a bumpy ride recently, but CEO Koay Peng Yen, told CNBC he's confident the firm will turn things around.
Since Dell's business went private, the PC giant has focused on shifting from a product provider to a problem solver, its president for Asia said.
Catch a preview of this week's Managing Asia episode with Amit Midha, President for Asia Pacific and Japan at Dell.
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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