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Why Coke is betting on milk

Bread and milk: staple foods it's hard to imagine could ever be too different from one's childhood days.  But hold on. Some might consider the enormous range of products on bakery shelves today to be ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-26

Liaison Office has exquisite taste for property

Everyone knows the Chinese Central Government’s Liaison Office exerts a lot of influence over how Hong Kong is run, but not too many people realize that it is also a heavyweight player in the local pr ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-26

Hong Kong tops world in ratio of women among super-rich

Hong Kong has seen its ranks of super-rich swell to a record 3,335, according to the latest survey by Wealth-X and UBS, with one of the striking features being that women make up one-fourth of the lis ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-20

Why Hong Kong finds it hard to recruit international talent

Parents have been scrambling to secure school places for their kids only to find that students have been on an extended summer holiday because of the pro-democracy protests. Ironic perhaps, but findin ...More

EJ Insight2014-10-08

Breaking up is hard and costly to do

In Hong Kong, it pays to build in the price of property into the break-up costs when love ends. Take the interesting case of Canto pop diva Faye Wong, 45, and actor Nicholas Tse, 32, rekindling their ...More

EJ Insight2014-10-07

Is China making progress on rule of law?

China’s Communist Party has announced that a plenary session of its Central Committee will meet next month and the focus will be on the rule of law. While no one expects the party to allow a fully ind ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-23

Professionals seek pay cut to be eligible for HOS flats

Soaring home prices are making more Hongkongers eye government-subsidized apartments, with many families viewing the Home Ownership Scheme (HOS) units as their only chance to have an apartment in the ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-15

Chinese friends for Mickey Mouse: Pleasant Goat?

Who can Mickey Mouse and company play with when he comes to Shanghai? Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf, or the Boonie Bears, perhaps? "Who knows?" said Stanley Cheung, chairman of Disney Greater China, ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-04

Citi to pay allowances to skirt bonus cap

Citigroup has told its senior staff that they will receive fixed monthly payments in addition to their salaries to compensate for new rules limiting their bonuses to up to twice the level of base sala ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-01

How Jobs is being rediscovered by this French retailer

Nearly three years after his death, Steve Jobs is being rediscovered. For instance, people are unearthing his inspirational 2005 Stanford commencement address hidden inside every Mac computer. In Fran ...More

EJ Insight2014-08-27

Time to ground false ideas about third runway

Ever since the release of an environmental impact assessment and cost analysis for Hong Kong's proposed third runway, the project has become a lightning rod for clashing ideas and opinions. Some of th ...More

EJ Insight2014-08-21

US banks plan ahead for Britain exit from EU

Wall Street banks are considering moving some of their London-based operations to Ireland amid concerns that the United Kingdom may one day exit the European Union, the Financial Times reported. Sourc ...More

EJ Insight2014-08-18

Incoming Hong Kong airport chief defends experience

Hong Kong's incoming airport chief is pushing back against claims he has zero experience in the aviation industry. Fred Lam, chief executive of the Trade Development Council (TDC) has been appointed b ...More

EJ Insight2014-06-18

Consumer Council shakes up fat claims for vibration plates

The Consumer Council is sensing not-so-good vibrations from machines manufacturers claim can help with weight loss. The council investigated the claims of makers of seven vibration plates promoted as ...More

EJ Insight2014-06-17

Well, well, well? MTR in hole again over rail link survey

Confusion reigns over the state of two more "wells" along the path of MTR Corp.'s planned Shatin-Central Rail Link. An archaeological survey of the line was due to finish in December but had to be ext ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-23

Hard-working developers need to work out more

Casino king Stanley Ho Hung-sun is probably right. He once kidded that many Hong Kong property developers are so jelly-belly they can't even put on their socks.  Physical fitness may be the furthest t ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-20

3, 2, 1: Galaxy, Lui and a top moneymaker

Two things stood out at a launch party three years ago in Macau on a casual Sunday: The hundreds of familiar but not very popular faces from local politics and business, and their appearance at the bi ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-15

Don’t give up on emerging markets

Blackstone At the start of the year, there were three potential areas of asset allocation that very few global portfolio managers wanted to consider seriously. As I traveled around the United States a ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-13

Field trip sparks controversy over biology class practice

One bright, sunny day, two biology teachers, along with a laboratory technician, took their 44 students to Turtle Cove Beach in Hong Kong's Stanley district to experience the wonders of nature and lea ...More

EJ Insight2014-04-30

Artists have designs on one-time CY Leung home

The Hong Kong alma mater of national hero Sun Yat-sen and Macau gambling king Stanley Ho will become a temple to upscale food when the renovated Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters (PMQ) reopens in ...More

EJ Insight2014-04-15

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