Our Hong Kong Foundation slams failure to include green finance measures in public engagement drive that will draft city's climate action plan for 2050 Investors need to be informed about climate change-related risks when making their business decisions, says think tank researcher
Politics cannot be avoided but firms face damage to their image if they take stance that offends customers, warn advertising agencies Tough balancing act in catering for customers on either side of the border, with erosion of 1.2 billion-strong consumer market the cost of getting it wrong
Overspending on infrastructure in places like Baotao underscores limits of Beijing's traditional stimulus policies Rising debt levels and falling revenue leave local governments with few options to offset slower growth
The German bank plans to cut 18,000 jobs globally, close its equity sales and trading business Realignment will open up new capital for technology investments in Asia, new hiring in wealth management, according to Werner Steinmueller
Shanghai-listed Fushun Special Steel was found to have fabricated financial numbers including for its inventory, earnings and fixed-asset investments Regulator fined the company US$87,200, named and shamed 45 of its executives and slapped individual fines on them too
Romano Prodi, the former head of the European Commission, says his long experience of China has convinced him its rise cannot be stopped Ex-Italian PM got a sense of the country's grand ambitions when he learned the country's leaders were trying to court one of the world's biggest sports stars
Liaoning reported 6.1 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2019 But its state-owned industrial giants continue to haemorrhage funds
ChromaDex's Tru Niagen is distributed by Watsons and won the investment backing of Li Ka-shing Li began taking the 'healthy ageing' supplement in 2017
President Xi's promotion of nationalism, China's growing business prowess change what Chinese companies want at strategy meetings, CEO says Businesses are more interested now in learning from what is going on in China
Constitutional affairs chief Patrick Nip reveals move in late night Facebook post Hong Kong government source says deletion done to avoid any misunderstanding that scheme will be implemented locally
Dozens of shops and restaurants either closed early or shut for the day fearing trouble Young, masked protesters target pharmacies by disrupting operations or building barriers in front of stores
Barry churned into the Louisiana coastline as a Category 1 hurricane, with some areas of the state bracing for as much as two feet of rain from the slow-moving storm.
Suncity's founder and CEO Alvin Chau held a press conference that lasted 7 minutes, where he read a prepared speech without taking questions The junket operator said it will cease all illegal operations in mainland China even if they are allowed in other regions
Complaint over bowl of soup ends up costing restaurant owner more than HK$110,000 in bribes and pay offs in mainland Soup saga shows why some veteran Hong Kong entrepreneurs are leery of extradition bill and mainland's business culture
Pig auction prices hit more than HK$4,000 per picul this week, more than double prices in May Professor Sophia Chan warns 'shrinkage in supply and soaring prices' to continue in the short term
A quarter of 442 new flats on offer in Tuen Mun and Tai Po were sold, with tepid sales also being reported elsewhere around the city The weekend's sale was the biggest since an estimated 1 million protestors took to the streets on June 9 to voice their opposition to a controversial extradition bill
Management styles, language skills and keeping expectations reasonable are just some of the challenges US and Chinese companies are both arrogant, experts say: having succeeded in their giant home market, they dive into others using a similar playbook
The world's brewer has cited 'prevailing market conditions' as one of the factors for its decision to scupper the IPO of its Budweiser unit The brewer will continue to evaluate its options to enhance shareholder value, Anheuser-Busch said in a statement
Jim Cramer tackles the market highs and how investors should react to them, Trump's tweets about Facebook's Libra, and what investors should watch for during Amazon's Prime Day.
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The Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq all closed at record highs Friday as Wall Street bets on a rate cut from the Federal Reserve.
This market has momentum and a dovish Fed on its side heading into earnings.
'If you are not at the top of the pyramid, you cannot earn much,' a 22-year-old professional video gamer says A cautionary tale for those who imagine a life of fun and games in a sport with 350 million Chinese fans
The bigger issue appears to be global, long-term supply and demand issues.
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