In the past 20 years, "Managing Asia" has spoken with some of the top business leaders in the world to drill down the recipe for success. » Read More
Tory Burch, Soho China's Zhang Xin, ICICI Bank's Chanda Kochhar tell CNBC what has driven them to reach the top of their respective fields through the years.
CNBC's "Managing Asia" goes down memory lane with interviews from 2000 with business leaders including Robert Yap, Patrick Grove and the late Anita Roddick.
INSEAD might have roots in Fontainebleau in France, but the elite graduate business school is also focusing on Asia.
INSEAD Dean Ilian Mihov tells CNBC about the rise in demand for MBAs from the institution's Asian campus as students seek greater exposure to the region.
INSEAD Dean Ilian Mihov talks about how the institution seeks to change the mindsets of its students through its focus on sustainability.
Brexit occurred just as India's Lodha Group was expanding its presence in London, but the company says it hasn't taken too much of a hit.
Abhishek Lodha, MD of the Lodha Group, tells CNBC about the impact of demonetization and new regulations on the real estate sector in India.
Abhishek Lodha, Lodha Group, tells CNBC why the property developer decided to strike it out in the residential sector in London.
Whether it's popularizing "cushion foundations" or making snail slime an "It" ingredient in skincare, Amorepacific has had a hand in it.
Suh Kyung-Bae, chairman of Amorepacific, tells CNBC how the cosmetics giant keeps track of trends its millennial consumers are adopting.
Amorepacific Chairman Suh Kyung-Bae talks about the company's journey from its beginnings as a door-to-door cosmetics business to cracking the Chinese market.
Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Changi Airport Group, tells CNBC about the development of real estate in Singapore and the rest of Asia through the years.
Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Changi Airport Group and Surbana Jurong, makes the case for building road networks and hospitals underground in Singapore.
Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma tells CNBC in a 2006 interview about how he's happy to compete with tech giants like Google and eBay.
Half of Hang Lung Properties' revenues come from China but the company's chairman said he was sanguine about U.S.-China tensions escalating.
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Properties, tells CNBC about his expectations for the Chinese economy and the Hong Kong property market.
Hang Lung Properties' Chairman Ronnie Chan talks to CNBC about the growth of Hong Kong and the SAR's push for democracy.
CNBC's "Managing Asia" goes back in time with interviews from 1998 with corporate leaders including Hang Lung's Ronnie Chan and Trend Micro's Steve Chang.
"Managing Asia" is the Asia Pacific region's ground-breaking interview programme featuring CEOs, entrepreneurs and other business leaders. Hosted by award-winning anchor Christine Tan, the show looks at what makes the region's corporate titans and top entrepreneurs tick.
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