WOULD you see the rise of Asia through the eyes of Edmund Koh, president of UBS Asia Pacific? If you let him show you, then see you will.

HE'S a Taiwanese-American Harvard grad from the tech industry, tasked with the transformation of a century-old Hong Kong broadsheet.

AS AN advocate of gender equality and a more inclusive workplace, Jennifer Johnson, president and chief operating officer of Franklin Resources, Inc, had no better role model than her mother, who...

SIR Martin Sorrell, godfather of the advertising industry, has quite possibly bested the 60-is-the-new-40 happy ageing mantra.

FOUR years after he began looking for a successor within the firm, Ronald Ong, Morgan Stanley's chairman and chief executive for South-east Asia, says he has now found a few candidates, whom he is...

ALMOST four decades ago, in his last year of high school and wondering what to study at college, a young Robert Moritz decided on accounting.

IT has been quite a journey for Epsilon Telecommunications, which provides interconnection services through dedicated networks. Starting out from a basement of a Victorian building in London's...

LOOKING out at an audience of hundreds, the woman who facilitated the historic Paris Agreement on climate change delivered an ultimatum: "Decide today whether you are going to be part of the...

THE business of investing in startups is complex. Sure, venture capitalists would tell you to bet on disruptive companies with high growth potential and outstanding founders.

SEATED in a conference room of the company he now chairs, Chan Ka-keung remarks breezily about his new role at Hong Kong's largest independent online lender, WeLab: "The job is the easiest (I've...