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McLaren Applied Technologies is looking to apply loggers and sensors used in Formula 1 to Singapore's subway.
Lego aims to stabilize the business and invest to get back to sustainable growth after suffering a drop in revenue last year.
Airbnb wants to build authentic experiences where travelers could take part in, with guidance from locals.
India, is one of Disney's largest markets in South Asia, and a company executive said he remains "very optimistic" even as the "whole digital landscape is changing."
Video streaming for esports is "big business" for ESL Gaming, says the company's COO of Asia.
Mahesh Samat of the Walt Disney Company South Asia says the media firm remains focused on "great" content as competition heats up over delivery platforms like streaming services.
Turochas "T" Fuad of WeWork says demand from firms in Southeast Asia for shared work spaces has been solid.
Anthony Tan of Grab says the company is "battle-tested" and has proven itself capable of competing against firms which are larger.
Richard Socher of Salesforce says algorithms are likely to be able to handle "simple" customer service queries in the "next five years or so."
Celia Gaffney of McLaren Applied Technologies discusses its business reach in Asia including work in Singapore on public transportation.
Parin Mehta of Airbnb says the firm wants to become "the default place for millennials to book their next trip."
Frank Sliwka of ESL Gaming explains why the company's move to establish an ecosystem in Asia "makes a lot of sense."
Marjorie Lao of the Lego Group says it plans to incorporate digital platforms into its core products.
SenseTime said it has more than $1.6 billion in funds, following a fresh $620 million Series C+ funding round.
Cultural norms could have a large impact on how video game companies make money.
Singapore-based SGInnovate's CEO explains why he thinks A.I. is poised to be a game-changer for the health care industry.
Razer, the U.S. gaming hardware company, earlier this year acquired smartphone-maker Nextbit, was tight-lipped about plans to move into the mobile space.
Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer, talks about the gaming company's expansion plans.
From a start that saw Jakarta's traffic jams as an opportunity, Go-Jek is finding more niches to expand.
Investors explain why the personality and management skills of startup founders is important in influencing their investing decisions.
As the need for high-level financial advice grows, wealth managers handling high-net-worth clients grow more important.
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In 2009, Damon teamed up with Gary White to launch Water.org, a charity dedicated to delivering safe water and sanitation to everyone.
At 84, Goodall continues to raise awareness surrounding wildlife, and travels some 300 days a year.