BMW China President and CEO Karsten Engel on how China became the company’s largest market globally, and how things are shaping up in the ‘New Normal’.
American entrepreneurship rates are not that good right now. But is the picture as bleak as it is made out to be?
Jim Collins, author of classics like Built to Last and Good to Great, on great companies, managing in a networked world and leadership
In a bid to prevent users from venturing out of their proprietary environment, Alibaba and Tencent are aggressively adopting a walled garden strategy.
Laurence Barron, Chairman of Airbus Group China, on the company’s growth in China’s expanding aviation sector
The Digital Economy warrants a fundamentally new social contract, says Don Tapscott, a leading expert on business and technology issues
Peter Cuneo, former CEO of Marvel Entertainment and the man behind seven corporate turnarounds, on what really goes into resurrecting a failing company.
The price you are able to command for your services doesn’t just depend on how much customer value you create.
Liquor tax in China is lower than in most other countries. Prof Brian Viard on whether there is a case for raising it.
CKGSB professor Brian Viard on why Chinese banks are resorting to paying bank interest through Mercedes Benz cars, iPhones and even vegetables.