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Teo Siong Seng of PIL discusses the importance of "staying calm," a lesson he picked up from his father, shipping tycoon and company founder Chang Yun Chung.
Teo Siong Seng of PIL explains why blockchain "will be a revolution" for the company's business.
Teo Siong Seng of PIL reflects on his memories of visiting China in his younger days.
Bill Winters of Standard Chartered Bank discusses what the organization is doing in preparation for the next recession, which he says is likely to come in "the next several years."
Bill Winters of Standard Chartered Bank says the organization is "working extensively" with partners in the financial technology space and beyond in its quest for supremacy as a digital bank.
Bill Winters of Standard Chartered Bank reflects on his efforts to reform the British lender since his appointment as group CEO in 2015.
Masahiko Uotani of Shiseido reflects on the company's rejuvenation and shares his aspirations for its future.
Steve Simon, chairman and CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association, speaks to CNBC's Christine Tan about running and reforming the women’s tour.
Tennis icon and Women's Tennis Association founder, Billie Jean King, discusses the challenges faced in her quest to achieve equal pay at the workplace.
Steve Simon, chairman and CEO of the Women's Tennis Association, says the decision to relocate the WTA finals to Shenzhen, China, in 2019 "has solidified" the investment the organization has made into the country.
Christopher Nassetta of Hilton says the company is in the business of "people serving people."
Christopher Nassetta of Hilton discusses the two "megatrends" being observed in the travel and tourism industry.
Steve McCann of Lendlease sheds more light on the "portfolio approach" taken by the company,
Steve McCann of Lendlease discusses some of the obstacles faced by the company in meeting the demand for homes catering to senior citizens.
Steve McCann of Lendlease says the company looks for projects which require "placemaking capability."
Bill McDermott of SAP discusses the importance for leaders of successful companies to "beat back the complacency disease."
Bill McDermott of SAP explains why he is now "living the dream" despite losing his left eye in an accident several years ago.
Bill McDermott of SAP says China is a "massively important market" for the company.
Glenn Fogel of Booking Holdings says there is an "incredible benefit" for the company to work with businesses in the tours and activities space.
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