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What started as a personal dissatisfaction with an old boys' club mentality in venture capital led Pocket Sun to co-found what she calls the first female-led millennial venture capital firm.
Trends like technology are obvious targets for investment, but there are less apparent ones like population aging that also present vast opportunities, said an expert.
Amid steeply declining IPO activity in China this year, there's an ongoing push by the country to lure its tech companies to come back home to list.
Mo Gawdat, the former chief business officer of Google X, is attempting to take an engineering and "hyper predictable" approach to happiness.
In machine learning, mathematical models are built and then fed with huge volumes of data, experts said.
China's move to ban 24 types of imported waste, announced last July and implemented in January, was hailed by environmentalists as a big win for global green efforts.
Tommy Koh, ambassador-at-large at Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, discusses trade tariffs between the U.S. and China, as well as Korean peace talks.
Mo Gawdat, former chief business officer of Google X, explains the reason behind his dedication toward helping a billion people find happiness.
While there is a common perception that millennials are "lazy," they are actually driven by a sense of mission and purpose and just need the right motivation, says Pocket Sun of SoGal Ventures.
Technology is the area where there is still "so much innovation" being driven at the moment, says Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe of Credit Suisse.
Thematic investments in areas such as aging societies can help investors identify sources for growth outside of the markets, says Vafa Ahmadi of CPR Asset Management.
Fresh trade deals will be difficult to negotiate, the former British Prime Minister said.
The West's rising protectionism is a threat to Asia’s prosperity, Tommy Koh, Singapore's ambassador-at-large, said Thursday.
Credit Suisse's Nannette Hechler shares her views on investing in megatrends.
Asia will grow old at a faster pace in the coming decades, hampering growth in emerging markets such as China and Thailand before they can become rich.
Nannette Hechler of Credit Suisse International Wealth Management explains how the rising trend of angry societies worldwide could impact policy.